|Producer||Saif Ali Khan, Dinesh Vijan|
| Director||Sriram Raghavan|
| Music||Pritam Chakraborty (A.K.A. Pritam)|
| Writer||Sriram Raghavan, Arijit Biswas |
| Release Date||23-Mar-2012|
| Cast||Saif Ali Khan, Kareena kapoor, Ravi Kishan, Vasilisa Petina|
About Story: Its an upcoming bollywood movie under the banner of Eros Entertainment and Saif Ali Khan’s home production. In this film Saif Ali Khan playing a Agent Vinod role. This movie is about a spy thriller with a nuclear twist. It is full of action pieces, thrills, and characters. Saif playing a slick, stylish and a daredevil spook. Since Saif is also co-producing apart from acting in it, a lot of brainstorming sessions were held between him and director Sriram Raghavan to make it an action thriller with a difference. This movie is a mixture of thriller and crime, this movie has been shot in the beautiful locations of Sri Lanka, Morocco, Riga (Latvia) and Amchi Mumbai. Agent Vinood 2011 is the first Indian movie shoot in Morocco and presence of Kareena Kapoor with Saif Ali Khan makes it one of the big releases in this year 2011. Saif’s girlfriend Kareena Kapoor plays a character with shades of grey. Moreover, she’ll be seen doing some deadly stunts.
Special Attraction:- As this movie is full of Action like jet skying etc.Kareena kapoor was first afraid of jet skying but Saif make her agree to do. Their last movie Qurban failed to get considerable success so their professional career depends on the success of this movie. Agent’s role Saif lost 9 Km weight and reduces his muscles. In this movie Kareena and Saif are playing roles of secret agent.
Movie Review:- As a film, Agent Vinod must be termed a disappointment, a slick and well-produced throwback to the spy thriller that feels both overlong and under-conceived. The essential problem lies in the characterization of Saif Ali Khan's so called hero, an unconvincing secret agent suffering from mood swings, saucy and wink-filled in one shot, harsh and gritty in the next. He's both nonsense and no-nonsense, a flawless leading man morally incapable of doing wrong and sartorially incapable of a hair out of place. Agent Vinod is the kind of meticulously crafted spy drama where cerebral considerations mesh into more earthy demands of commercial Hindi cinema, like item songs in smoky bars, shootouts in dust toasted-brown locations.
Direction, Dialogues and Music:- The dialogues are good, the background score is ok.
Overall:- Agent Vinod is cool. But not good enough to win a license to thrill.