Acid Factory

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Acid Factory
Acid Factory Movie Poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Suparn Verma
Produced by Sanjay Gupta
Screenplay by Sanjay Gupta
Suparn Verma
Story by Milind Gadagkar
Starring Fardeen Khan
Irrfan Khan
Manoj Bajpai
Dino Morea
Aftab Shivdasani
Dia Mirza
Music by Shamir Tandon
Manasi Scott
Gourov Dasgupta
Bappi Lahiri
Ranjit Barot
Cinematography Sahil Kapoor
Edited by Hemal Kothari
Distributed by White Feather Films
Mumbai Mantra
Release dates
  • 9 October 2009 (2009-10-09)
Running time 105 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi

Acid Factory is a paranoid thriller Hindi film directed by Suparn Verma under the banner of White Feather Films.[1] The film released on 9 October 2009.

Plot[edit]

Acid Factory is about a group of characters whose sense of past has vanished in a haze of coma like sleep they have woken up from only to discover that reality could be a figment of their imagination.

Their sense of right or wrong is clouded by this state of complete distrust and self-righteousness.

As the story reveals through the hazy mist of confusion confounded by loss off memory, the audience is just shown the tip of the iceberg. Five men wake up inside the stolid confines of a factory to find themselves locked in this claustrophobic nowhere land. As the plot unfolds we gradually learn that two of the people who are trapped have been kidnapped and held hostage by the rest of the three for a heist. But the irony is they themselves do not know who the hostages are and who the kidnappers are. The plot is like a Rubik cube that acquires the contours of solid colours on each side as the narrative unfolds. Their fears are heightened by a phone call from the leader of the gang of goons who informs them that he is on his way with the heist and plans to knock off the two hostages as soon as he arrives. Every one fears for their lives as they are unaware about the fact which two of them are the hostages. They plan escape, fail and end lunging at each other in despair as the clock ticks away. Individual foibles and shortcomings surface in this final hour of despair. Like caged animals they alternately bicker among themselves and then jointly plan means of escape but to no avail. The Big Boss eventually arrives.

It is revealed in the end that Sarthak and J.D. are business partners and Sarthak was going to sell their company and in order to avenge that, J.D. plans Sarthak's kidnapping. Romeo is an undercover cop who becomes a part of this plan to get close to the gang headed by Kaiser. In the end, the gang goes to jail and Romeo and Sarthak get back to their lives.

Cast[edit]

Music[edit]

The album has 9 tracks, composed by various composers such as Bappa Lahiri, Mansi Scott and Shamir Tandon.[2]

Critical reception[edit]

Acid factory got positive reviews from the critics and was declared a semi-hit. Taran Adarsh (indiafm) and Rediff.com gave it 3/5 stars while PlanetBollywood and Glamsham.com give it 9/10 and 5/5 stars respectively.[citation needed]

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