Few visuals of the movie Kites reminds off the movie “THE NOTEBOOK” released on 2004, that was based on a romantic novel starring Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams.
Synopsis of The Notebook-2004
In a modern-day nursing home, an elderly man named Duke (James Garner) begins to read a love story from his notebook to a female fellow patient (Gena Rowlands)
Coming back to Kites:–
A love story that crosses borders and linguistic barriers, Kites is a tale of romance between an Indian guy and a Mexican beauty. But if you look into
While in Kites leading roles are been played by Hollywood looking hero, a versatile actor Hrithik Roshan and Mexican actress Barbara Mori in lead roles, Kangana Ranaut is there too in the movie, directed by Anurag Basu and produced by Rakesh Roshan .
The film has Hrithik playing a man named J, who once used to be a clever, street smart, charming guy, but is now a wanted man. To add to his woes he’s left to die in the scorching heat of the Mexican desert. Only one desire keeps him alive, to find the woman he loves.
That woman is Natasha (Barbara Mori). She is engaged to another man, but that makes no difference to J. If loving her brings down loads of troubles on him, J would happily bear it all.
What is the fate of this love story where the lovers don’t even speak each other’s languages? While she talks in Spanish, he speaks Hindi with a smattering of English.
Kangana Ranaut completes the love triangle by adding another angle to the Hrithik-Barbara love story. The film has some breath-taking dances from Hrithik, Barbara and Kangana. The choreography in these songs is by Flexy Stu, a renowned American choreographer. For one song shot in Mumbai, Farah Khan did the choreography.