BusinessMan Movie Verdict
Harman S. Baweja, Anupam Kher, Amrita Rao, Navjot Singh Siddhu, Allan Border, Dalip Tahil, Gulshan Grover, Mohindar Amarnath,
Vijay Shekhawat (Hurman) a Jaisalmer boy after a lot of struggle manages to fulfill his father’s (Anupam Kher) dream of making it to the Indian cricket team. With a great debut he wins not just fans but a lot of endorsement deals and lucrative contracts. Success begins to spoil and distancing him from his lady love (Amrita Rao) back home. Blinded by success and the taste of the high society life leads to a loss of focus and to a miserable drop in his performance. But by the time Vijay realizes his mistake, he finds himself thrown out from Indian Team by the selectors. Following which, his father gets a heart attack. Vijay then decides to mend his mistakes and fight his way back to the Indian Team. He gets to play in the finals of the Champion’s Trophy against Australia, where he plays a stellar role in enabling India to win the Trophy.A sports film is always crippled with a story of rise then fall and subsequent rise back to gain the impossible victory. The movie have no creativity and full of melodrama which bores you and Fails to leave and impact. There is NO SPORT SPIRIT IN THE MOVIE AS WELL AS IN HURMAN’S CHARACTER. The Movie fails as the Hurman’s character using swear words for his opponents. Even the scenes at the dressing room clearly lacks clarity.