New York (2009)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Drama, Thriller, Crime
70 %
Total Reviews: 23
Sahi: 16 Nahi: 7

Review Summary: Three Indians become friends in New York State University and have a ball until 9/11. The terrorist attack casts a shadow not only on America and the world but on their friendship too. Does their friendship survive the changing world order?

Average Critic Rating: (3.10)
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Plot: New York begins in the United States in 2008, with the arrest by the FBI of Omar Aijaz ( Neil Nitin Mukesh ) after guns were found in the trunk of a taxi cab he owned. Omar, a young Muslim man originally from Delhi, is then taken into custody and... Read more

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Unfortunately, Afghanistan is exactly where it was, if not worse. The real-life epilogue of this film seems more optimistic, and hence its timeliness. Contemporary world history is phased between pre and post-9/11. America’s own recent past is beginning t
Hindustan Times 
Three Indians become friends in New York State University and have a ball until 9/11. The terrorist attack casts a shadow not only on America and the world but on their friendship too. Does their friendship survive the changing world order?
Times of India
New York is the kind of cinema that takes Bollywood forward. Also it is one of those rare films where the picture is so much better than a fairly misleading promo.
NDTV 
I must confess I'm not overtly familiar with America's controversial Patriot Act, so I wonder if I'm going to get into trouble for declaring that I feel the need to trash New York.
Rediff 
Rajeev Masand
Myth: New York is about 9/11.
SIFY
We`re all fascinated with terrorists – what makes them bomb up innocent people; do they have a backstory that prods them onto a destructive path; do they feel remorse and so on.
SIFY
Make sure you watch it.
India Glitz
A couple of days back, as I was surfing through music channels, I came across a song being played simultaneously on three networks.
Rediff 
Director Kabir Khan has done an extensive research about various facets of the US law and administration before putting his hand on the subjectDealing with such a sensitive and terror subject is not a matter of jokeThe trauma that the people have gone thr
Bollywood Mantra
After weeks of no show at multiplexes, we have all been waiting for a ‘good’ movie and quite frankly we haven’t yet had a decent release the whole of 2009. Watching the promos of New York, I had this feeling that this John – Neil – Katrina starrer could b
Indicine
 Gripping and hard hitting, strongly recommended
Bharat Student
Directed by Kabir Khan under the Yash Raj banners New York, the film was released on June 26th, 2009...
Sulekha
If I had to give you three reasons to watch New York, they would include the following: Firstly because it is a tale of friends who deal with modern day racism in perhaps its worst form. Secondly, because the performances are absorbing. And lastly because
Bolly Spice
'New York', the first big Bollywood film to hit America after the industry strike, has won good reviews from US media with the New York Times praising its portrayal of problems faced by a Muslim minority.
Mid-Day
Although many have said that New York has come a few years too late, it in fact has released at the perfect time
MSN India
Kabir Khan can take a bow because he has done exceedingly well in making a film that is not frivolous has a message and still carries enough commercial ingredients to reach out to masses as well as classes.
Now Running
As a whole, the movie is worth watch and 'paisa wasool' at a time when one wants to keep oneself completely cool in this unusually soaring temperature with no relief in sight following the adverse weather prediction for few more days to come
Smash Hits
However it does not come close to leaving an impact, and turns out to be a mere time pass.
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Director : Music : Lyrics : Starring :Kabir Khan  Pritam Chakraborty, Pankaj Awasthi and Julius Packiam  Sandeep Srivastava and Junaid Wasi  John Abraham, Katrina Kaif, Neil Nitin Mukesh and Irrfan KhanNew York Movie Review June 27, 2009 11:47:15 AM ISTBy
Glam Sham
In the short time after 9/11, having brown skin immediately brought with it the stigma of suspicion and fear. This suspicion and fear not only came from some private citizens, but also from the people in authority. There were stories of Sikhs being beaten
Planet Bollywood
Great Andhra
The 9/11 episode has inspired many filmmakers. This is Kabir Khan's version. It's about three friends, Sameer (John), Maya (Katrina) and Omar (Neil) living in America.
Mid-Day