Roshan orders Omar to tell him everything he knows about Sameer. In a June 2009 interview with the Indo-Asian News Service (IANS), director Kabir Khan argued that the film "is based on part of the political canvas of 9/11, but it speaks of prejudices after the great human tragedy. [10] Its total gross in India after a 6-week run was Rs. Omar is then taken into custody and interrogated by FBI Agent Roshan (Irrfan Khan), also a Muslim man originally from South Asia who has been living in the United States for twenty years. Zilgai was eventually released due to lack of evidence and has been having difficulty adjusting back to normal life. "[17] Joginder Tuteja of the Indo-Asian News Service (IANS) calls the film "a must-watch" and gave it 4 out of 4 stars. The plot of New York is similar to ''The Greater Good'', the twenty-first episode of the first season of ABC TV series Lost. After being declared a fugitive, Zilgai leads the police on a long chase ultimately ending in his suicide. The songs and the theme featured in the soundtrack are composed by Pritam, Julius Packiam and Pankaj Awasthi and the lyrics are penned by Sandeep Shrivastava and Junaid Wasi. The repercussions of the attacks are still very strongly felt globally and will continue to do so. Lyrics of Hai Junoon Remix from movie Newyork-2009 Lyricals, Sung by ,Hindi Lyrics,Indian Movie Lyrics, Hindi Song Lyrics & Monali Thakur and not available in the original soundtrack. "[16] Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama gave it four out of five stars arguing that New York is "one of the finest films produced by this premier production house, Yash Raj [...] the screenplay is its biggest star, without a doubt. About Hai Junoon (Remix) (Remix By Julius Packiam) Listen to Hai Junoon (Remix) (Remix By Julius Packiam) online. Omar learns that Maya is a civil rights activist who is helping one of Sam's employees, Zilgai (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) overcome his experience as a former 9/11 detainee. Abraham continued by suggesting that this is why Khan and Shoaib Mansoor offer different interpretations of these events in their respective films. Cinematography is striking. "[2] In a separate interview with IANS, actor John Abraham argued that, "in its own strange way, New York begins where Pakistani film Khuda Ke Liye ended. It received universal critical acclaim, particularly for Kaif and Nitin Mukesh's performances, which earned them nominations for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor respectively at the 55th Filmfare Awards. Julius Packiam composed the film score. The film ends with all three of them going out for pasta and a side note describing the after-effects of 9/11. However, the moment he drops his cell-phone (which was originally intended as a detonator for the bomb) he is shot and killed by FBI snipers. Omar then discovers that he was set up by the FBI to force him to spy on a former college friend, Sameer Sheikh (John Abraham), whom he has not seen in seven years and who the FBI believes is a terrorist. The film may be about 9/11 and what happens post it, but they did not object to our theme and did not even raise any questions. "[21] Mathures Paul of The Statesman states: "Finally, here's a film that entertains and makes viewers think. Visual effects are by Visual Computing Labs, Tata Elxsi Ltd.[1] It stars John Abraham, Katrina Kaif, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Irrfan Khan & Nawazuddin Siddiqui. Hai Junoon - Remix song from the album Long Drive Remix is released on Jun 2014 . It also proved popular in Australia and did well in the UK and U.S. Of its opening in India, Khan commented: "I always believed that New York will be a word-of-mouth film which would open on a decent note and then show an increase in business with every passing day. "[19] Additionally, Shekhar describes New York in NDTV as, "an A-list film that gets a straight A. Most importantly, the story has the right mix of realism and drama – one that Kabir Khan unfolds with quiet confidence. In addition, Maya is unable to help Zilgai resolve the trauma of being a detainee. Omar also meets Sam, an American Muslim who is also fluent in Hindi due to the fact that his father is a professor of Indian studies. The film was declared a super-hit at the box office, grossing Rs. "[12] It became the sixth highest-grossing film of 2009, grossing Rs. That's the interesting part of the film [...] Each director has his own way of interpreting and researching the plight of legal detainees."