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Worth seeing but go with low expectations.
"Fitoor" doesn't get much political resonance out of its Kashmiri setting, though the wintry sadness of the first scenes has power. Nor does it get much resonance out of class differences between Noor and Firdaus.
Katrina is good so long as she has to just be herself. So she dances, smiles and flirts cutely but the minute a dramatic scene comes up that patent "moist eyes and dewy lips" act draws attention to her utter inadequacy as a performer.
In Fitoor each character is less engaging than the last, to the point where I wonder if they were directed at all.
The film also looks gorgeous -- but opulence takes over substance, chinars, minars and lace dominating grip, passion and pace.
If only the director had got his main leads right, perhaps this would have been a different film.
Except for a few scenes, Katrina Kaif-Aditya Roy Kapur-starrer Fitoor comes across as a rather superficial affair and a disappointing adaptation of Charles Dickens' Great Expectations.
Director Abhishek Kapoor could've done a lot more with this film. The love story between his leads should have been a lot more intense. But in the end the film turns out to be a shallow affair.
There are moments in Fitoor which are brilliant, but they are few and far between.
Fitoor's plot has no central motor to power it through its twists and turns, and no discernible big idea to replace the critique of privilege and entitlement.
Given that the source material is so familiar, Fitoor could have benefited by shaking it up a little.
Forget the flowers and chocolate this Valentine's Day. Instead, invite your sweetheart to this lushly photographed , epic love story from India. There's no dancing but the couple really kiss!
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