Kabul Express (2006)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Thriller, Action, War, Adventure
62 %
Total Reviews: 13
Sahi: 8 Nahi: 5

Review Summary: On the whole KABUL EXPRESS is aimed at the elite and the thinking audience.

Average Critic Rating: (3.00)
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Plot: Suhel Khan ( John Abraham ) and Jai Kapoor ( Arshad Warsi ) are Indian journalists working for Star News who are sent into Afghanistan to create a report on what life is like in the country following the US Invasion of the country in September 2001. The two are... Read more

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Rajeev Masand
On the whole KABUL EXPRESS is aimed at the elite and the thinking audience.
Bollywood Hungama
India Today
If debutant director Kabir Khan wanted to give the innovative cinema buff a taste of exotica he somehow succeeded.
Times of India
Experiences of journalists covering war or conflict zones have produced great movies like The Killing Fields and The Year of Living Dangerously, and all Bollywood can come up with is a trivial Kabul Express.
So, the intelligentsia should be made to come to see the film there as the success of 'Kabul Express' depends on it
Smash Hits
George Romero's Night Of The Living Dead ended with the scariest scene of all -- human beings have won the battle against zombies and are now rounding them up like mad dogs, shooting them in the head and burning them on a pile of dead bodies.
It truly is difficult to combine entertainment and realism into a film and this is why Kabul Express works. Once you walk out of the theatre, the film grows on you even more. When a film makes you think, you know it’s good. In a time when there is turmoil
Bolly Spice
Instead the film has portrayed the depth and plight of Afghanistan and Afghanis in an extremely distinct manner but has also used commercial aspects of wit, beautiful locales and prominent bollywood actors to make it more appealingThe story telling style
Bollywood Mantra
A kid can't play like others. He doesn't have a leg. But that smile on the face clearly enunciates that he doesn't expect anything from life except some normalcy. Maybe a Hindi film song is his definition of normalcy. Kabir Khan's 'Kabul Express' is a film that extracts such vignettes of implausible possibilities in the war torn Afghanistan where voiceof-reason is riddled with a stream of bullets. And yes it also tell you that if you are the driver of a truck loaded with Pepsi cans (a symbol of American liberalism) then be ready for a bullet in the head. The lighthearted bantering throughout the course of the film, exceptional camerawork by Anshuman Mahaley and a tight two hour length makes this a gripping fare all the way.
India Glitz
With him comes cameraman Jai, brilliantly essayed by Arshad Warsi—the soul of Kabul Express. He has all the good lines, not simply because they are witty one-liners, but he delivers them in that inimitable Warsi style. He role has more conflicts with othe
Planet Bollywood
A very different story well directed by Kabir Khan it is basically not meant for Bollywood it is meant for the international audience. It is surely going to get very good appreciation abroad and is surely going to bag few awards.
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Director : Music : Lyrics : Starring :Kabir Khan  Raghav Sachar  Aditya Dhar  John Abraham, Arshad Warsi, Salman Shahid, Hanif Hum Ghum, Linda ArsenioBy Sameer Wadekar, Bollywood Trade News Network There’s a scene in KABUL EXPRESS in the beginning when Ja
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