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The Story Behind Knight and Day: How Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz Made a Fun and Thrilling Movie in Hindi

Knight and Day: A Fun and Thrilling Action Comedy in Hindi

If you are looking for a movie that combines action, comedy, and romance, you might want to check out Knight and Day, a 2010 Hollywood film starring Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz. The movie is a satirical spy thriller that follows the adventures of a rogue agent and a car mechanic who get involved in a global conspiracy involving a powerful battery. The movie is available in Hindi dubbed version, which adds to its appeal for Indian audiences.

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What is the movie about?

The movie begins with June Havens (Cameron Diaz), a classic car restorer who is on her way to her sister's wedding in Boston. At the airport, she bumps into Roy Miller (Tom Cruise), a charming stranger who claims to be a secret agent on the run from his former colleagues. He convinces her to board a flight with him, which turns out to be a trap set by CIA agent Fitzgerald (Peter Sarsgaard), who wants to capture Roy and get his hands on a mysterious device called the Zephyr.

Roy manages to escape with June and takes her on a wild ride across the world, from Boston to Austria to Spain to Jamaica. Along the way, he reveals that he is trying to protect Simon Feck (Paul Dano), a young genius who invented the Zephyr, a battery that can provide unlimited energy. However, he also has to deal with Antonio (Jordi Mollà), an arms dealer who wants to sell the Zephyr to the highest bidder.

As Roy and June face danger and deception at every turn, they also develop feelings for each other. But can June trust Roy, who seems to have a knack for lying and getting into trouble? And can Roy protect June from his enemies, who will stop at nothing to get what they want?

What makes the movie enjoyable?

Knight and Day is a movie that does not take itself too seriously. It is a spoof of the spy genre, with many references and homages to other movies such as Mission: Impossible, James Bond, and Bourne Identity. The movie is full of over-the-top action scenes, such as car chases, shootouts, explosions, and even bullfights. The movie also has a lot of humor, mostly from the witty banter and chemistry between Cruise and Diaz.

The movie also benefits from the charismatic performances of its lead actors. Cruise plays Roy as a confident and charming spy who can handle any situation with ease. He also shows his comedic skills by delivering deadpan lines and making fun of his own image. Diaz plays June as a smart and spunky woman who can hold her own against Roy's antics. She also shows her vulnerable side by expressing her doubts and fears about Roy's motives.

The movie also has a good supporting cast, including Viola Davis as Director George, Roy's boss who tries to help him clear his name; Peter Sarsgaard as Fitzgerald, Roy's former friend who turns out to be a traitor; Jordi Mollà as Antonio, the flamboyant villain who wants to use the Zephyr for evil; Paul Dano as Simon Feck, the nerdy inventor who loves Hall & Oates; Maggie Grace as April Havens, June's sister who is getting married; Marc Blucas as Rodney, June's ex-boyfriend who still loves her; and Gal Gadot as Naomi, Antonio's girlfriend who helps him capture Roy.

What are some trivia and facts about the movie?

Here are some interesting trivia and facts about Knight and Day:

  • The movie was originally titled Wichita, after the city where it starts. It was later changed to Trouble Man, then Knight & Day (with an ampersand), before settling on Knight and Day (with an 'and'). The title refers to Roy's real surname (Knight) and June's first name (Day).

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