The Train (2007)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Romance, Thriller
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Review Summary: THE TRAIN is an entertaining fare that lives up to the expectations. At the box-office it will carry the passengers [read distributors] to safety for...

Average Critic Rating: (2.54)
Cast: Emraan Hashmi , Geeta Basra , Sayali Bhagat , Asseem Merchant , Anant Mahadevan , Suresh Menon , Rajat Bedi , Rajesh Khera , Ashok Beniwal , Anita Wahi , Rajesh Khattar
Director: Raksha Mistry
Release Date: 08 Jun 2007

Plot: Vishal Dixit ( Emraan Hashmi ), a regular middle class man, is settled in Bangkok with his wife, Anjali ( Sayali Bhagat ) and their 5-year-old daughter, Nikki. Anjali and Vishal are trying to hold on to their deteriorating marriage which is already under tremendous pressure. One ordinary day, on Read more

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The Train - Top Reviews

Every superhero has a gift.
Sukanya Verma, Rediff 
Emraan Hashmi movies are often accompanied by hit soundtracks, but the man with the compulsive lips seems to have rejected the singer with the baseball cap for Shyam Bajaj's latest, The Train.
Raja Sen, Rediff 
THE TRAIN is an entertaining fare that lives up to the expectations. At the box-office it will carry the passengers [read distributors] to safety for...
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
Bottom-line: Think a 1001 times before going towards The Train.. look before you lip.
Khalid Mohamed, Hindustan Times 

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The Train is a film that almost seems to be lifted from an English film and merely translated into HindiThe storyline, script and screenplay including the characters have not been fine tuned to suit Indian audiences tastesThe film revolves around an extra
Bollywood Mantra
A film that copies another film scene by scene can only be described as brain-dead.
TNN, Times of India
Director : Music : Lyrics : Starring :Raksha Mistry, Hasnain S Hyderabadwala  Mithoon  Sayeed Qadri  Emraan Hashmi, Geeta Basra, Sayali Bhagat, Asseem Merchant, Anant Mahadevan, Suresh Menon, Rajat BediBy Martin D'Souza, Bollywood Trade News Network When
Martin D'Souza, Glam Sham
Can a movie be made by creating a narrative, portraying 129 phone calls made between its lead players? If you have the least doubt on the feasibility of this idea, ask Jayaraj. He will answer it by asking you to watch his latest movie 'The train'.In its attempts to keeps the budgets low by shooting one actor at a time, connected only by phones and messages that flow far and wide,' The Train' is another superficial attempt by the director  to create  a doze of freshness, which fails to translate into an interesting movie.
India Glitz
story of a guy who gets little love from his wife and is traumatized with life with a diabetes ridden kid. The other lady played by Geeta has issues at her personal level and is open to taking a risk outside marriage. Then both decide to have a good time
Bharat Student
By: Taran Adarsh, IndiaFMSaturday, June 09, 2007 Extra-marital affairs aren''t new for Hindi moviegoers. So how different is THE TRAIN from films that have hit the screens in the past? Well, it tackles this issue and garnishes it with murder, lies, deceit
Overall, the film will be faring average to poor in the multiplexes but later it will add itself to the series of over-hyped misadventures
Smash Hits
'The Train' is quite an entertaining flick. Good performances by the lead actors. Some good music screenplay and direction.
Ashok Nayak, Now Running