22 October 2010 | ShyamNTK
Lahore, the directorial venture by Sanjay Puran Singh Chauhan is clichéd, highly predictable at times, having lot of flaws, etc etc.. But despite of all these shortcomings, it manages to moisten the viewers' eyes towards the ending. 'An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind', the quote of Mahatma Gandhi, is well depicted in the movie, and that alone is a reasonable factor to watch the movie.
Lahore is about two brothers, and two countries, too. The story has nothing so new, it goes as expected by the viewers, the director has managed to execute it in a not-so boring manner, that he saves it from being called as a Documentary.
The performances are fine, the main protagonist Aanaahad is a look-alike of Randeep Hooda, he does his part well, Sushant Singh was good, Farooque Sheikh, Nafisa Ali, Mukesh Rishi, Shraddha Nigam all were good, and special mention to Shraddha Das, she looked like the mock-female roles Shreyas Talpade and Reitesh Deshmukh had played in their previous films.
The music by MM Kreem is average, and the cinematography is fine.
On the whole, Lahore is a good movie with an awesome, fantastic ending. Watch it, you will know!!