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Prince film preview

Vivek Oberoi
Vivek Oberoi in Prince

Director: Kookie V Gulati
Cast: Vivek Oberoi, Aruna Murty, Nandana Sen, Neeru Singh

This thriller revolves around the savviest thief in the world who commits the biggest heist of his life.

He wakes up next morning realising he has a gunshot wound on his arm that he doesn't remember getting. In his quest to find answers he discovers his name is Prince (Vivek Oberoi).

He used to work for a man named Sarang and his girlfriend's name is Maya (Nandana Sen.)

Hunted by the Indian secret service as the most wanted man in the country because only he knows the whereabouts of the heist, containing a deadly secret.

A secret that is linked not only to his memory loss but threatens the future of the human race.

Prince can rely only on his razor sharp instincts to salvage himself. The web of deception spins and Prince gets even more entangled as no one can be trusted.

Vivek Oberoi's work was much appreciated by audiences in Shootout At Lokandwala and Kurbaan. He will now be seen with a new stylish look in Prince, where he also gets a chance to do all his own stunts.

Shot on the exotic locations of South Africa, Bangkok and Thailand, the movie has been given a slick international look by Hollywood film editor, Nicolas Trembasiewicz.

Consisting of some amazing action sequences under the supervision of Allan Amin, producer Kumar Taurani of Race fame, already has a winner at the UK box office!

Previewed by Manish Gajjar
BBC Shropshire Bollywood


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