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New York

  PG HD

Kabir Khan

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Plot Summary

NEW YORK is a contemporary story of friendship set against the larger than life backdrop of a city often described as the centre of the world. Omar (Neil Nitin Mukesh) has gone abroad for the first time in his life and soon enough he begins to see and love America through the eyes of his American friends - Sam (John Abraham) and Maya (Katrina Kaif). It is the story of these three friends discovering a new world together. But one day the world around them changed... For most of us, larger events in the world are just headlines in the newspapers but these events can change our lives... forever. New York is one such story of 3 young friends whose beautiful lives are turned upside down by the larger event of 9/11 beyond their control. At this point enters Agent Roshan (Irrfan), an FBI undercover agent who sets the ball rolling for a series of tumultuous events that turn the lives of these friends into a dangerous and thrilling roller coaster ride. Innocence is lost forever!

Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews

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67%
  • Reviews Counted: 6
  • Fresh: 4
  • Rotten: 2
  • Average Rating: 6.4/10

Top Critics' Reviews

Fresh: It's a remarkable history, rich in comedy and occasionally heartbreaking, filled with wise reflections and strange digressions about the wonders of life. – Manohla Dargis, New York Times, Jun 24, 2010

Rotten: Kabir Khan's New York -- part Bollywood potboiler, part overwrought examination of the war on terror -- is a slice of the Big Apple that you should skip. – Glenn Whipp, Los Angeles Times, Jun 24, 2010

Fresh: Although the film is a routine thriller with few surprises, it deserves attention because its topic, even eight years after Sept. 11, is one that many South Asian Americans still take very seriously. – Lisa Tsering, Hollywood Reporter, Jul 3, 2009

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