Prepare to be engulfed by Force when the action, passion and drama come alive in cinemas across UK and worldwide in Autumn 2011. Released through Twentieth Century Fox, Force features two of the hottest stars of Indian cinema, John Abraham (‘Dostana’, ‘New York’, the Oscar-nominated ‘Water’) and Genelia D’Souza (‘Life Partner’, Jaane Tu… Ya Jaane Na’), in this most awaited action romance film of the year.
A stylised thriller among the new wave of Indian films paying homage to the seminal Indian action genre, Force combines state-of-the-art fight sequences and thrills with an original romantic narrative, delivering an abundance of on-screen energy and vigor that will have audiences gripped from the opening sequence to the end credits.
Directed by the critically acclaimed, Filmfare and National Award winning Nishikant Kamat Force is a contemporary action romance and a Hindi reinterpretation of the Tamil blockbuster, Kaakha Kaakha, which achieved widespread popularity among audiences and critics alike. Force is produced by Vipul Amrutlal Shah who previously brought cinemagoers screen gems such as Aakhen, Singh is Kinng and Namastey London.
At the heart of the action-love story is a renegade cop, played by John Abraham, in relentless pursuit of a ruthless, underworld gangster. He believes that the only way to eradicate crime is to give criminals the bullet – not hand cuffs. The hype is already astir around the pin-up star’s infamous eight-pack physique to be unveiled in the film. Sharing screen space with John is one of the most vivacious and exuberant talents to join the ranks of Indian screen beauties, as Genelia D’Souza plays John‘s love interest. The seat-grabbing suspense is perfectly balanced with passionate romance and a melodious soundtrack, masterfully composed by one of the leading Indian music composers, Harris Jayaraj.
A combination of real visceral action and an intense love story, the film promises to leave an impact. Get ready for a high-octane cinematic experience when Force releases in cinemas in the UK and worldwide in Autumn 2011 through Twentieth Century Fox.