Get set for a thrilling `Talaash`
Last Updated: Monday, November 26, 2012, 19:57
  

New Delhi: After winning over audiences with his fun-loving and enduring character Rancho in 2009 film ‘3 idiots’, actor Aamir Khan is set to take his fans on a thrilling trip with his next film ‘Talaash’, which is ready to hit screens Friday.

Directed by Reema Kagti, the film promises a lot of suspense, drama and thrill.

It is among the list of much-awaited Hindi movies of the year, and comes two weeks after two big-ticket Bollywood releases - Shah Rukh Khan`s ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan’ and Ajay Devgn`s ‘Son Of Sardaar’.

With suspense at its core, ‘Talaash’ is a tale of love lost, fatal attraction and a quest to solve a perfect crime. It explores Mumbai`s underbelly.

Aamir plays a police officer named Surjan Singh Shekhawat in the film. An early morning call informing of an accident and death sets the ball rolling for some new investigation -- a case which turns into a life-altering chase for Suraj. He is forced to reel under the repercussions of a broken married life with wife Roshni played by actress Rani Mukerji and come face-to-face with his suppressed grief.

Being on his investigative quest and fighting it out with personal struggle, Suraj meets a sex worker Rosie, played by actress Kareena Kapoor, who adds shades of mystery to the puzzle.

What looks like a simple car accident investigation turns into a haunting mystery as further probe shows many anomalies were linked to the death of the victim.

Co-produced by Aamir, Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani, ‘Talaash’ has been given U/A certificate by the censor board. Made at a budget of Rs.40 crore, the movie is co-written by Kagti and Zoya Akhtar.

The film also features actors Raj Kumar Yadav, Shernaz Patel and Nawazuddin Siddiqui.

Aamir, who is playing a police officer after ‘Sarfarosh’, flaunts a moustached look in ‘Talaash’. Rani plays a simple Indian wife and is clad in saris, while Kareena has gone glamorous in short dresses and heavy make-up.

IANS


First Published: Monday, November 26, 2012, 16:20



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