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KitesA man is searching for his lover in the Mexican desert while fleeing police, bounty hunters, and others. This love story bring us emotion with meaningful content. And finally, what will occur with them?Keywords:
Actors of "Kites"
Directors of "Kites"Anurag Basu
Creators of "Kites"Anurag BasuRobin Bhatt
Critic Reviews of "Kites"Hollywood ReporterJuly 06, 2010
Roshan anchors the film with a solid, believable performance and a palpable chemistry with his co-star that will remind audiences just how hot a good Bollywood romance can be.VarietyJuly 06, 2010
Deliriously entertaining and shamelessly derivative.AV ClubMay 27, 2010
To anyone versed in Bollywood conventions, it's a natural outgrowth of the genre, and a comically overwrought but still generally fun time.Entertainment WeeklyMay 26, 2010
The pulp is served thick, with so much sincerely purple passion it's disarming.Time OutMay 26, 2010
It's a film that proves the concept "overwrought" is the same in every language.Georgia StraightJuly 03, 2016
Instead of being moved by the story, I was thinking more about the many illogical plot points in the film.CinematicalJune 11, 2010
a straight-to-video tale that somehow mysteriously managed to find its way to the silver screen.tonymacklin.netMay 29, 2010
Kites is an aromatic, cinematic Indian mutton stew -- if that sounds different from usual movie fare, it is. It's a Bollywood mixture of romance, violence, action, music, and differing cultures and languages. Kites flutters and plummets.Boxoffice MagazineMay 25, 2010
Often terrible, yet completely engrossing film from Indian director Anurag Basu.SSG SyndicateMay 23, 2010
A lush, lavish Bollywood-meets-Hollywood fantasy, available for viewing in both a shorter and longer version, courtesy of Brett Ratner.Moving Pictures MagazineMay 21, 2010
By the third act, you find the characters and story growing on you and the romance, despite the histrionics, moving.
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