Search:



The Web

Rediff





    Home | Movies | Slide Show

< Next >  

According to Kamal Haasan, Mumbai Xpress will transport viewers to a world of laughter and thrills.

But Mumbai Xpress is not a train; it's what Kamal (or Avinash in the film) is called by the residents of Mumbai's Dharavi slum, where he lives. He has even named his bike Mumbai Xpress.

At a recent press meet in Chennai, a large Rs 500 note was displayed. On it, was written: Rajkamal Bank of India, Guaranteed by Dr Kamal Haasan.

"I promise complete entertainment for the entire family," said Kamal, adding, "When most films are merchandising 'flesh,' Mumbai Xpress has dared to go for another big 'F' word -- 'Family!'"

The actor, it appears, is apologetic about the presence of the sexy sirens, Raakhi Sawant and Mun Mun. "Their appearance in the beginning of the movie does not detract from the fact that the film is a wholesome family entertainer."

< Next >
  

Text: Shobha Warrier | Design: Uday Kuckian



Article Tools Email this article
Write us a letter


Copyright © 2004 rediff.com India Limited. All Rights Reserved.