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Teesri Aankh: The Hidden Camera (2006)

TV-MA | | Action, Crime, Thriller | 3 March 2006 (India)
About women who are trapped, used and abused by hidden cameras.

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Harry Baweja

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Harry Baweja (story), Harry Baweja (screenplay) | 5 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Sunny Deol ... ACP Arjun Singh
Ameesha Patel ... Ammu (as Amisha Patel)
Neha Dhupia ... Sapna
Mukesh Rishi ... Sudama Pandey
Aarti Chhabria ... Aarti
Aashish Chaudhary ... Rahul
Mukesh Tiwari ... Dinesh
Murli Sharma ... Dinesh
Ayub Khan ... Inspector Vikram
Jazzy B. Jazzy B. ... Himself - song 'Chug de punjabi'
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Megha Chatterji Megha Chatterji ... Item number
Ashwani Chopra Ashwani Chopra ... Police Officer
Achyut Potdar ... Chief Minister of Maharashtra
Anjan Srivastav ... Commissioner of Police - Mumbai
Smiley Suri ... Victim
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Assigned to extradite a London-based criminal, Sudama Pandey is wanted for making and distributing unauthorized compact disks of unaware naked women. Mubai's Assistant Commissioner of Police Arjun Singh, accompanied by Inspector Vikram, has his task not only cut out for him, but he must also seek out his missing fiancée, Sapna; come to the aid of another girl, Ammu; as well as face-off against corrupt cops, and armed gangsters. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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It's not about mythology....it's technology !

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Action | Crime | Thriller

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Hindi | English | Bengali

Release Date:

3 March 2006 (India) See more »

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Dolby Digital

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Sunny Deol kept insisting he be billed with a special appearance despite having a full role. See more »

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Kudiyu Nu Par Lag Gaye
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Lyrics by Sameer
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Below average!!
1 February 2007 | by AsbohraSee all my reviews

Teesri Aankh is a thriller with Sunny Deol as the hero. The movie has a novel plot based on a real life incident. However, there are a few things that should have been changed, like half of the stunts, which were poorly done. For example, there is a stunt in which Sunny kicks a van, and a special effect showed this van moving and knocking out 3 goons (Sunny SHOULD have just gone into the van, punch the window, and fire at the baddies), and another scene was in the climax, when a goon flies after being hit by a gun thrown by Sunny (Sunny SHOULD have just fired at that goon); these computer-generated flying goons are stupid. Also the special effects are idiotic and poor, even by our Bollywood standards. Sunny Deol is the real macho-man among macho stars in Bollywood, but he is not Superman or Incredible Hulk. He is a human being after all. Obviously, the stunt coordinator took Sunny's machismo for granted to make him look bad. Sunny should have either told the coordinator to make realistic stunts or just walk out of the movie. These stunts should have been changed to something sensible instead of stupid, but this stunt coordinator is a moron and incompetent. He is at a big fault in this regard. What in the world was he even thinking?!?! I mean, who in their right state of mind would even come up with stupidity like this (kicking a car or create flying computer-generated goons). Very unimaginable and very stupid! DISGRACEFUL! This movie looked incomplete in this regard! If this was a science fiction movie, like Terminator, then it would have been justified, but here, it is NOT even that. The director should have used common sense to tell the stunt coordinator to come up with realistic stunts; or even better, he should have just hired a more competent and skillful stunt coordinator to come up with some sensible, realistic stunts because the one he hired has no skill. How could the director even allow such stupidity?!?! Alongside the dumb special effects, which ruined some of the action in this film, another reason why this movie flopped was because it was a delayed release, as it was supposed to release in late '05. Apart from this, the villains are made to look like sick buffoons, but Sunny is the only street smart character in this film. This could have been much better!! One idiot wrote that he would highly recommend this film with good action. He must be blind. Even though times are changing, but for action films, the action scenes still need to look realistic and well-developed with effort; slacking off does NOT work at all, and exaggeration only ruins the action and makes it less enjoyable and sometimes more ridiculous (depending how far overboard one goes). See the following link to prove this point in this regard.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/353918.cms


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