New York Cast and Crew Details
Banner -Yash Raj Films
Release Date – June 26, 2009
Genre – Action
Producer – Aditya Chopra
Director – Kabir Khan
John Abraham…… Samir
Katrina Kaif…… Maya
Neil Nitin Mukesh…… Omar
Irrfan Khan…… Roshan
Additional details -
Singers -K K, Sunidhi Chauhan, Mohit Chauhan, Pankaj Awasthi, Caralisa Monteiro
Lyricist – Sandeep Srivastava, Junaid Wasi
Music Directors – Pritam Chakraborty, Pankaj Awasthi, Julius Packiam
Background Music – Julius Packiam
Cinematography – Aseem Mishra
Action – Shyam Kaushal
Editor – Rameshwar S Bhagat
Screenplay – Sandeep Srivastava
Sound – Debasish Mishra, Ali Merchant
Dialogue – Sandeep Srivastava
Costumes – Rocky S
Publicity Designs – Fayyaz Badruddin
Story – Aditya Chopra
This movie is to be seen from the perspective of international students, and is basically about events of 9/11 right in New York. For most of us, larger events in the world are just headlines in the newspapers but these events can change our lives… forever. The film is one such contemporary story of the friendship, which is set against the larger than life backdrop of a city New York, which is often described as the centre of the world. The story is about the beautiful lives of 3 young friends, whose beautiful lives are turned upside down by larger events that are beyond their control. How the situation changes the entire life of people and the nation is to be seen in the movie itself.
New York Movie Review
After the paucity of good movies due to the dispute between the producers and the multiplex owners, New York comes as a whiff of fresh and rejuvenating air. An extremely gripping and thrilling film, it has picked up the emotive theme of the post 9/11 scenario in the US and turned it into an amazing film.
Kabir Khan had given us a taste of his directorial abilities in Kabul Express, but in New York he has surpassed himself. A story scripted by Aditya Chopra, the narrative takes us through the lives of three friends studying in a college in New York, to their present day relationships and their lives after 9/11.
The story revolves around the suspicion and trauma that most Muslims went through post 9/11. The atmosphere of fear and prejudices which seemed to have engulfed the nation are portrayed without going overboard and without losing the tautness and tenacity of the storyline.
Katrina Kaif has finally been given a role where she is a necessary part of the plot, and she has given a riveting performance as the girlfriend and the troubled wife. Neil Nitin Mukesh has come out of unsuccessful films and has played his complex role with an amazing grace and panache. John Abraham however steals the show, and you realise what a great actor he really is.
But the winner in the entire film is the storyline. The subject matter is very grim and dismal, since it deals with prejudices and suspicions and underlying emotions, but at no point do you lose interest in the film, nor do you feel overpowered by the gravity of the situation.
We thoroughly recommend this film to all our readers, because you will leave the theatre touched by the story, and by the superlative performances from all the actors, and by the emergence of a vibrant young director.