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Cast : Shah Rukh Khan as Aryan Khanna / Gaurav, Waluscha de Sousa, Shriya Pilgaonkar, Deepika Amin as Gaurav’s mother, Yogendra Tiku as Gaurav’s father, Sayani Gupta
|Directed by||Maneesh Sharma|
|Produced by||Aditya Chopra|
|Starring||Shah Rukh Khan|
|Edited by||Namrata Rao|
|Production Company||Yash Raj Films|
|Release dates||15 April 2016|
|Running time||143 minutes|
The thriller produced by Yash Raj Films and directed by Maneesh Sharma is such a fantabulous and had standing ovations in some cinemas. It is playing on more than 3,500 screens in India and 1,100-plus internationally.
Bollywood icon Shah Rukh Khan is portraying the double role of Gaurav and Aryan. Fan also has Deepika Amin and Yogendra Tiku playing significant roles. The music of the movie is composed by Vishal Shekhar and Andrea Guerra. Shah Rukh undergoes 3D Scanning to obtain distorted into a 20 year old boy Gaurav.
The movie was widely hailed as tense, fun and emotionally gripping. This is a fabulous combination of two roles of SRK; one playing a young, ebullient fan reminiscent of his endangered younger days and the other playing the superstar that he’s today, with the fascination, magnetism and power of his personality all intact. The makeup done by the make-up wizard Greg Cannom adds to the impact.
Khan is predictably effective as Aryan, but he is solid as Gaurav. The head tilts and gestures that have made him a latter-day Dev Anand, Khan is hazardous as the deranged admirer who loses his balance and goes to extreme lengths to teach his icon a lesson. Khan commands the screen in a movie that is effectively a two-hander despite the presence of minor characters (Waluscha De Sousa as Aryan’s wife, Sayani Gupta as his secretary, Deepika Amin and Yogendra Tikku as Gaurav’s parents). Fan presents the star with the opportunity to take a good hard look in the mirror, even though the reflection isn’t quite what he might expect. Gaurav reminds Aryan: “You exist only because of me.” The message resounds beyond the climax, which neatly wraps up the movie’s themes and is the ultimate meta-moment in a movie that is stacked with possibly unintentional complexity.
Performance and transformation of khan is really a most delightful part of the movie. After a long time fans got the movie which is most awaited movie of king khan. Khan break away from the ego trip and the reverence to play the adolescent, gangly Gaurav with a fatal attraction.
Ratings: 3/5 Reviewed by: Amee Rughani
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