It takes a 'brave man' with strength in his wealth to produce a film propelling him as a leading actor. It takes an even braver man to direct a film as kitsch as this.
Naseer Khan is the leading man; he is also the co-producer of SHADOW. In real life, he is also blind. The move is meant to prove that blind men can act and indulge in dare-devilry, which even guys with proper vision cannot. Nothing wrong in that. In fact, it's a very bold and creative attempt. But how about taking some acting lessons before dumping yourself on unsuspecting audiences? Although the concept is kind of 'cute', things could have worked in favour of Naseer and the film had the cast and crew made a decent attempt to enact the scenes. At best, this is like a home video gone horribly wrong.
The story is about Naseer Khan who plays a sharp shooter Arjun Sherawat and also doubles up as a car mechanic who can fix a car just by moving his hands beneath the bonnet. As a sharp shooter, he does not miss his target, so why did his miss his first target, the person who raped his sister? Had he bumped that corrupt politician off in the first instance, we would not have been bored with this headache. But then again, if he had, there would have been no film like SHADOW.
I know its mean, but don't even let your SHADOW in for this flick!