I saw the movie "New York" today. Yes, this is one movie worth seeing. The story line is engaging and the director Kabir Khan has been able to extract power-packed performances from all the actors. Irrfan Khan is very good, as usual. But I liked the performance of John Abraham. Katrina is gorgeous on screen and adapted to the role pretty well. Neil Nitin Mukesh is also very good - this guy would go a long way!
The most important reason why I liked the movie is: The vicious circle has been depicted really well. The plight of the South Asians in the States post 9/11 was miserable. And everyone was viewed with suspicion, whether or not he/she was really involved. And once you got inside, there was no escape at all. Terrorism cannot ever be supported under any circumstances. But while dealing with it, it is important to see that innocent people are not dragged into the muddle. But to the dismay of many, exactly that was done. Probably, as Irrfan's character (the FBI cop) said at one point of time, "Everyone was right in his positions". But, this created a mass dissatisfaction and disappointment - and probably ruined the lives of many.
The movie has depicted all of these really well. The emotion, the drama, the action - all have been a treat to the eye. Looks like this would be another Box Office hit. Go catch it in a theater near you and get back with the feedback!