New York [Blu-ray]
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New York [Blu-ray]

New York [Blu-ray]

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Product description

Original Yashraj Films Blu-ray Disc.

Review

With high quality picturization, New York is a movie that takes you through a roller coaster of emotions with its display of young, carefree days, to that of heartrending dismay and then extreme tension between the characters. With outstanding performances, the movie manages to evoke extreme emotions and involvement of the audience. The story introduces us to the brutal world of racial discrimination faced by American residents. The scenes of John Abraham s detention are tear-jerking. With a topical theme and excellent representation of the same, teamed up with a well-developed script, the movie turned out to be a masterstroke among Bollywood lovers. --Platform47 Media

About the Actor

John Abraham was born in 1972 to a Syrian Christian-Parsi family in Alwaye, Kerala, to Abraham John and Phiroza Irani. He has a younger brother Alan. His Parsi name is Farhan.<pr>He studied at the Bombay Scottish School. He went higher up the education ladder at the Jai Hind College, graduating with a B.A in Economics. He also did an MMS from Mumbai Educational Trust. He entered into media, working with Time & Space Media Entertainment Promotions Ltd and later with Enterprises Nexus. This line of work changed when he won the Gladrags Manhunt Contest and went to win second place in the Manhunt International held in Singapore. He soon started working in commercials while taking up an acting course at the Kishore Namit Kapoor s acting school.<pr>He is associated with brands like Diet Pepsi, Yamaha, Castrol Power, Wrangler, Clinic All Clear and Fast Track. His debut into movies was in 2003 with the steamy Jism with Bipasha Basu, a story about seduction and deception.<pr>He was nominated for the Filmfare Best Debut Award. His second movie Saaya with Amrita Rao received fair reviews. Year 2005, saw him in the comedy Garam Masala and Deepa Mehta's controversial Water. He appeared as a villain again in Zinda in 2006 with Nana Patekar in Taxi Number 9211. John Abraham is actively involved with social communities like PETA and Habitat for Humanity. He recently addressed the issue of elephants entering urban areas and the need to contain that issue. His efforts earned him an Eco-Warrior award from the Vice President of India.

About the Director

Kabir Khan is a director, writer and cinematographer. Kabir Khan is a Pathan who has traveled extensively in war-torn regions like Afghanistan. He took his personal experiences and brought it to the big screen. He is married to Mini Mathur.

Kabir Khan began his journey as a documentary film maker. The Forgotten Army was the first documentary that he directed. While The Forgotten Army was about Subhas Chandra Bose s Indian National Army, The Taliban Years and Beyond was based on the Taliban in Afghanistan. The Titanic Sinks in Kabul was yet another documentary revolving around Afghanistan.

Khan was 24 years old when he shot the documentary, Beyond the Himalayas, which was aired on The Discovery channel.

He interviewed Marianne Pearl and was the cinematographer for The Journalist and The Jihadi: The Murder of Daniel Pearl.

Editorial Reviews

Product description

Original Yashraj Films Blu-ray Disc.

Review

With high quality picturization, New York is a movie that takes you through a roller coaster of emotions with its display of young, carefree days, to that of heartrending dismay and then extreme tension between the characters. With outstanding performances, the movie manages to evoke extreme emotions and involvement of the audience. The story introduces us to the brutal world of racial discrimination faced by American residents. The scenes of John Abraham s detention are tear-jerking. With a topical theme and excellent representation of the same, teamed up with a well-developed script, the movie turned out to be a masterstroke among Bollywood lovers. --Platform47 Media

About the Actor

John Abraham was born in 1972 to a Syrian Christian-Parsi family in Alwaye, Kerala, to Abraham John and Phiroza Irani. He has a younger brother Alan. His Parsi name is Farhan.<pr>He studied at the Bombay Scottish School. He went higher up the education ladder at the Jai Hind College, graduating with a B.A in Economics. He also did an MMS from Mumbai Educational Trust. He entered into media, working with Time & Space Media Entertainment Promotions Ltd and later with Enterprises Nexus. This line of work changed when he won the Gladrags Manhunt Contest and went to win second place in the Manhunt International held in Singapore. He soon started working in commercials while taking up an acting course at the Kishore Namit Kapoor s acting school.<pr>He is associated with brands like Diet Pepsi, Yamaha, Castrol Power, Wrangler, Clinic All Clear and Fast Track. His debut into movies was in 2003 with the steamy Jism with Bipasha Basu, a story about seduction and deception.<pr>He was nominated for the Filmfare Best Debut Award. His second movie Saaya with Amrita Rao received fair reviews. Year 2005, saw him in the comedy Garam Masala and Deepa Mehta's controversial Water. He appeared as a villain again in Zinda in 2006 with Nana Patekar in Taxi Number 9211. John Abraham is actively involved with social communities like PETA and Habitat for Humanity. He recently addressed the issue of elephants entering urban areas and the need to contain that issue. His efforts earned him an Eco-Warrior award from the Vice President of India.

About the Director

Kabir Khan is a director, writer and cinematographer. Kabir Khan is a Pathan who has traveled extensively in war-torn regions like Afghanistan. He took his personal experiences and brought it to the big screen. He is married to Mini Mathur.

Kabir Khan began his journey as a documentary film maker. The Forgotten Army was the first documentary that he directed. While The Forgotten Army was about Subhas Chandra Bose s Indian National Army, The Taliban Years and Beyond was based on the Taliban in Afghanistan. The Titanic Sinks in Kabul was yet another documentary revolving around Afghanistan.

Khan was 24 years old when he shot the documentary, Beyond the Himalayas, which was aired on The Discovery channel.

He interviewed Marianne Pearl and was the cinematographer for The Journalist and The Jihadi: The Murder of Daniel Pearl.