Noor Shifts Original Novel From Karachi To Mumbai

From Babe Bindaas to Citizen Keen,that’s the journey Sonakshi Sinha undertakes in  director Sunhil Sippy’s Noor.The engaging trailer encapsulates the protagonist’s voyage from fun-seeking journo to conscientious citizen with a fun grip over the graph which rises and dips in disarming motions.

I felt a tickle in my belly watching the trailer , if not a surge in my veins.

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If you’ve read the novel  Karachi, You’re Killing Me you’d know that the book’s whimsical scribe is a Karachi girl. Well, sorry, we can have none of that in Bollywood .Not for now anyway. Sonakshi Sinha is a full-blown Mumbai girl and she even gets to taunt the original novel in the trailer by exclaiming, ‘Mumbai you’re killing me.’

The narrative adopts the tone of social awakening in much the same way as Subhash Kapoor’s Jolly LLB 2. Like Akshay Kumar’schichora lawyer act  in Kapoor’s film, Sonakshi Sinha’s Noor is a professional  who before too long will be served up lessons in professional scrupulosity as she gets into a situation that demands all her inner strength and conviction to come  out in the open.

Sonakshi Sinha who played the hero last year in the bone-crunching gruesome  tale of horrific renvenge Akira is here given a lighter tone to play around with. She flirts with the fluff-and-real blocks in the Rubik’s Cube of  life with fey abandon.

What can we say, except Tum aa gaye ho Noor aa gaya hai….

The film’s trailer has an infectious charm to it. It also has some interesting acting talent. The redoubtable Manish Choudhary as the goofy journo-heroine’s boss somehow seemed like  a gruff more poised version of Anu Kapoor in Mr India. I also caught a glimpse ofPurab Kohli as Noor’s love interest and stand-up comedian  KananGill as her best friend.

Manish Choudhary  orders Sonakshi to go interview ‘Sunny Leon(sic.)’

I guess the ‘e’ is just about the only thing that’s silent in the bustling trailer that promises  an engaging film about  a zany journalist who could have been in Karachi if only Mumbai was not the politically correct place to be .


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