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Starring: ARJUN RAMPAL, NASEERUDDIN SHAH, PRIYANKA CHOPRA, MILIND GUNAJI, MUKESH RISHI, ANUPAMA VERMA Synopsis: A high level kidnapping…A terrifying conspiracy… Drugs… greed… oomph… glamour…This is the intricate web that Capt. Aadit Arya has to penetrate to accomplish Mission Asambhav. Who is a friend? Or is everyone a foe?It's a deadly mission where a phone call can end your life and a serene vineyard can turn into a killing field; where a sunny island hides sinister secrets… and nothing is what it seems. He has to dodge danger and deceit and escape sudden death by the skin of his teeth. As he battles the impossible odds; treachery too reveals its ugly face and Capt. Aadit Arya, the Indian Army's best, finds himself playing a deadly cat and mouse game with the terrorists' worst.High octane action, dramatic escapades, technical wizardry, exotic locales and exciting music… such is the potent stuff that makes Asambhav such an edge-of-the-seat, one-of-its-kind thriller.
Unless you like watching blood and guts and lot's of bad acting don't watch this movie. A couple of the song and dance numbers are good, but not that good. "Asambhav" apparently indicates "impossible to sit through."
Typical secret agent stuff - Naseeruddin Shah steals the film - H. Bala - Carson - hey, we have an IKEA store! - CA USA
The plot, short and sweet: When the President of India and his daughter are abducted in Switzerland, it falls on supersoldier Army Captain Aditya Arya (Arjun Rampal) to come to the rescue. ASAMBHAV (Impossible), released theatrically in 2004, tries its darndest to be a slick, cutting edge secret agent film but falls short. Oh, the story is mildly interesting and convoluted enough as the movie introduces various conniving factions who cross into and out of each other's paths.
I was kept somewhat diverted at the schemes and betrayals of the villainous cast. And it's quite a large assortment of bad guys. Because this is an Indian spy movie, we are presented with the token terrorist group, led by a Pakistan general and the stiff-shouldered, hiss worthy Youssan Baksh. Then there's the kidnappers, led by their suave leader who does sit-ups with the requisite evil hot girl. Not to mention, a gang of drug smugglers and dealers and record producers. Then, the film writer evidently felt an added plot complication was required because, on top of all these obstacles for our hero, there's also a fiendish traitor skulking in the Indian embassy.
Arjun Rampal (DIL KA RISHTA) fits the bill as the one-dimensional action hero. With his display of unremarkable acting here, he ably channels action film cheeseheads Jean Claude Van Damme and Steven Seagal. Arjun is handsome, well-muscled, and can sort of fake his way thru a martial arts showdown (although the nunchuk was overdoing it). But he's got the personality of a doorknob. Of course, we need a good looking female lead and that role falls to Priyanka Chopra, of whom I've stopped expecting great stuff in the acting department. She's beautiful, has a gorgeous body, and dances quite well. I'll settle for that. And she's actually not bad here as the singer Alisha, who stumbles into the plot in a roundabout fashion. Sadly for her, her romance with Captain Arya is given very short thrift. To me, the highlight performance of ASAMBHAV belongs to Naseeruddin Shah (KRRISH) who makes his over-the-top character of Sam Hans very fun to watch.
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