Eight by Ten. Eight lines, ten words apiece. Here we go:

Once there was a man who through pictures could hop,

step behind the subject’s eyes and look into times past.

Thus does Akshay Kumar investigate a major crime fast.

(Though what would have been, had the killer used Photoshop?)

A comicbooky premise is made into a thriller so confused,

Tsk, from the Nagesh Kukunoor who once greatly Hyderabad Blues‘d?

Forget loopholes, this movie features too many half baked factors,

Basically, this is just Aa Dekhen Zara with real actors.

Published Rediff. April 3, 2009.

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