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Maa Tujhe Salam...

Maa Tujhe Salam

Movie Review: Maa Tujhe Salaam
Starring: Sunny Deol, Tabu, Arbaaz Khan and co-stars Sudesh Berry and Malaika Arora-Khan
Director: Tinu Verma

Producer: Mahendra Dhariwal
Music: Sajid-Wajid

Maa Tujhhe Salam is the story of major Pratap Singh, who is an Indian military officer. He succeeds in foiling the plans of an enemy country attacking Zhonabad (an area near the border of India), with the help

of a few local civilans.
It is in Zhonabad that Lala (Tinu Verma) reigns. Since the weather in the region is extreme at most times, he carries out these spurious activities with the help of his men, who know the tough terrain inside out. His ancestors being the landlords in that area, he becomes a very influential and powerful person in that area. He is highly repected in that area but the people in that area are unaware that Lala is the agent of our enemy

country. Albaksh (Arbaaz Khan) works as a slave for him not knowing about his true identity anti-national activities. Meanwhile, Captain Sonia (Tabu) who is an military intelligence officer gets to know about Lala's activities and informs the military who in turn send Major Pratap to take care of the situation. Captain Sonia and Major Pratap keep an eye on Lala's activities. Albaksh gets to know Lala's true self and opposes Lala 

but instead gets caught in Lala's trap and gets arrested by the police. Behind the bars, he informs Major Pratap about Lala's activities. They all decide to form a team and with the help of local people fight Lala and win over him.
Maa Tujhe Salaam is Sunny Deol's third patriotic film after "Gadar" and "Indian". The film focusses on Kashmir issue and cross-border terrorism. This is Tinu Verma's maiden attempt at direction and it's

evident that he knows his job well. He has chosen the right story for his debut vehicle and the execution of the dramatic sequences is creditworthy. All the same, he should've kept the narrative concise and crisp. The action sequences in the film are brilliantly executed. The dialogues by K.K. Singh is the best thing the movie has. Raju Kay Gee's cinematography is excellent as seen in the snow capped mountains.

Sajid-Wajid's music is nothing great except for the two numbers which are quite popular- "Ranjhana' and "Mookh Dikhayee".
Performance-wise, Sunny Deol is the best. His dialogue delivery is very good and it feels as if he is the only one meant for that role. Tabu is efficient as usual. Arbaaz Khan too has performed very well. He has improved a lot over the days and seems to have a promising future. Tinu Verma succeeds in creating the impact as a villain.

Overall, Maa Tujhe Salaam is sure to appeal to many people because it is based on a contemporary theme and has been executed brilliantly. 


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