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Kites (2010)

Kites

Overview


Genre

Romance, Comedy, Drama

Release Date

May 21, 2010 (Limited)

Duration

130 min.

Studio

Reliance BIG Pictures

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Nothing's perfect, but it's worth seeing.    Readers  2 of 5 [Rate It]

Cast and Crew


Director

Anurag Basu

Producer

Rakesh Roshan

Screenwriter

Anurag Basu, Robin Bhatt, Akarsh Khurana

Starring

  • Hrithik Roshan as Jay
  • Barbara Mori
  • Steven Michael Quezada
  • Luce Rains
  • Kabir Bedi
  • Kangana Ranaut
  • Nicholas Brown

Story


In the harsh terrain of the Mexican desert, a mortally wounded man is left for dead in the heat of the desert sun. This is J. Once a street smart, carefree young guy. Now, a wanted man. The only thing that keeps him alive is the quest to find the love of his life, Natasha. A woman, engaged to another man, but surely destined for J. A woman who comes into his life like a bolt of ligtning and changes it forever. KITES is a story of love that goes beyond barriers, boundaries and cultures. It is a story of passion that defies every rule, of a relationship that takes two lovers on a thrilling journey filled with precious moments- and unexpected betrayal.

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Hrithik Roshan stars as Jay and Barbara Mori stars as Natasha in Reliance BIG Pictures' Kites (2010)
A scene from Reliance BIG Pictures' Kites (2010)

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REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..It tells a simple story - an almost archetypal story - but it does so with a lot of passion and technical sophistication..”
by Mick LaSalle [San Francisco Chronicle]
“..The constantly shifting tone can be off-putting at first but, by the third act, you find the characters and story growing on you and the romance, despite the histrionics, moving..”
by Annlee Ellingson [Moving Pictures Magazine]
“..The deliriously entertaining and shamelessly derivative Hindi "Kites" owes more to Hollywood than Bollywood..”
by Peter DeBruge [Variety]