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Barbara Mori, Hrithik Roshan at Kites promotional event (with dad Rakesh Roshan) R City Mall and IMAX

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Hrithik Roshan, Rakesh Roshan and Barbara Mori at Kites promotional event at R City Mall and IMAX. Barbara Mori, Hrithik Roshan at Kites promotional event, Kites movie, finally the long wait for Hrithik Roshan fans is over. The much talked Hrithik Roshan’s Kites film was released on Friday all over the world. This highly ambitious film from Rakesh Roshan has been released in two versions, both for Indians and Hollywood movie lovers. With this action packed romantic thriller, Hrithik Roshan has made his debut in Hollywood. Hrithik Roshan’s macho appearance, the hot Mexican actress Barbara Mori, Anurag Basu’s direction and Rajesh Roshan music have scored good marks for Kites film. The chemistry between Barbara mori and Hrithik roshan rocked,but movie Kites still not rocked.

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Hrithik Roshan and Barbara Mori at Kites promotional event at R City Mall and IMAX.

Barbara Mori at Kites promotional event at R City Mall and IMAX Hrithik Roshan & Barbara Mori at Kites promotional event at R City Mall and IMAX

Hrithik Roshan at Kites promotional event at R City Mall and IMAX

Hrithik Roshan, Rakesh Roshan and Barbara Mori at Kites promotional event

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  1. Movie is just OK. Not too good. Overall Rating: 2.25/5

    Anurag Basu did a smart remix-job with his directorial extravaganza – ‘Kites’. He added the charming cinematographic sauce of Ayananka Bose to the magical chemistry between Hrithik Roshan and Barbara Mori, garnished the blend with the editing mastery of Avik Ali, frosted the mélange with the choreography of Flexy Stu and Loren L and beatified the cliché love story with the color of three different languages: English, Hindi and Spanish. The final product – a slick movie that scintillates the screen with the Greek God looks of Hrithik Roshan and the oomph of Barbara Mori, but unfortunately, terribly predictable and too long for my appointment with a predicted disappointment of 127 minutes

  2. In a bid to add an international flavor to the movie, the director invested heavily on the technical details of the movie and the chemistry between the light-eyed J (Hrithik) and Linda/Natasha (Barbara). While the Spanish language was sublimely romancing the lingua franca of ‘Main ullu ki pathhi hoon’ and was passionately kissing the tongue of ‘Now return my kiss…’ through the language of love, the screenplay lost all its hopes from the pale story that showed no zeal and rested its case.

  3. The second half of the film settles for repetitive chasing relieved at times by the pairs romance. Some part of the film appears like straight rip-offs from B- grade American television stuff.

  4. Kites is not all disappointing. It is film well tried and in parts well made. As a Hrithik fan I can label it as a ‘must watch’. If u settle for the romance between the leading pair, then you will have your money’s worth!

  5. Aimed as the biggest crossover venture with an assembly of a dependable bollywood superstar and a decent director, high quality Indian and foreign technicians and in-house maverick music composer all backed with humongous budget under one of the most prestigious and successful banner, one expects a volcano of entertainment and adventure. Sadly the outcome doesn’t match the expectations, and all one gets is a subtle Hollywood experience and a potpourri of a few bollywood debacles…

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