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Main Hoon Na
Cast
: Shah Rukh Khan, Suniel Shetty, Sushmita   Sen, Zayed Khan, Amrita Rao
Director
: Farah Khan
Music
: Anu Malik
Producer
: Red Chillies & Venus Films

Main Hoon Na, the directorial debut of choreographer Farah Khan is totally a commercial entertainer. It has every ingredient one could think of, be it emotional play, stunts, music, love, humour to make it a real masala movie.


Major Ram Sharma joins college as a student to protect his senior General Amarjeet Bakshi's ( Kabir Bedi) daughter Sanjana (Amrita Rao) from the ex army man turned terrorist Raghavan (Suniel Shetty). Raghavan is dead against 'Mission Milaap' a strategic move where two enemy countries, India and Pakistan will release 50 of their mutual prisoners as a  peace initiative. He is willing to go to great lengths to stop the project.
Instead of the General, Raghavan shoots down Major Ram Sharma's father Brigadier Shekhar Sharma (Nazeeruddin Shah). Before he dies, he reveals to his son about his wife (Kiron Kher) and step brother Laxman (Zayed Khan) who happens to be in the same college where Sanjana is studying. His last wish is to unite his family.
Ram conceals his real identity and pain of his father's death behind the fun and frolic in college and takes on his mission..  to distract him there is the sexy chemistry teacher ( Sushmita Sen).

The first half in college is enjoyable with the romance and fun angle. The director should have stuck to this angle instead of incorporating the issue of terrorists and peace between countries. The second half takes a turn for the worse and looses the pace. As a debutant, choreographer turned director Farah Khan does an okay job. Music by Anu Malik are hummable and has been picturised well. Action sequences are well taken.

Shahrukh Khan is in his usual steam.. playing his larger than life image to the tilt. Maybe he should try out something different for a change. Amrita Arora is cute and she and Zyed Khan does their role convincingly.  Boman Iran as the absent minded principal is first rate. Sushmita Sen looks good but she doesn't have much acting to do.

Overall it may appeal to crowds who like 'masala' movies.

 
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