People go to watch Amisha Patel movies with expectations lower than her necklines. When she does not even give us that
(the low expectations, of course... what were you thinking?) then there really is not much we have to write about. But this is a fullhyd.com review, and we have our quota of word limit to adhere to. Anything lower would bring out the truth in the open. So here we go.
Rahul (Arjun Rampal) is rich. That is all we know about him. And that he is married to two of the best attention-grabbing devices man has known. Pooja (Amisha Patel) is a singer/stage-performer of the type that lets Bollywood push to the limit the number of people that can be accommodated in one frame, and show enough of the leading lady to the hero to make him fall for her.
Rahul takes her out to expensive dinners, heaps lavish gifts on her, and buys her a dress that does not leave much to the imagination - it tells you exactly why Amisha Patel movies get big opening crowds.
Meanwhile, Karan (Zayed Khan) is busy cleaning cars in Europe so that he could give the object of his desire, Pooja, a car she could at least talk of. But, wait! Why are we telling you all this? Pooja is dead. Yes, her body was found hanging by the hook of the ceiling fan. Is it murder? Is it suicide? Is it possible for Zayed Khan to act? It takes a few more flashbacks to find out what we already knew when we saw Chura Liya Hai Tumne
. That he can't.
Arjun Rampal can. And he can look good doing it, too. He should, however, do something about that nasal drawl. Amisha Patel is underutilized, and over-dressed. A shame indeed, because we are all aware of the assets
she brings to a movie. Satish Kaushik
has done a decent job directing the movie, but that zing of Hum Aapke Dil Mein Rehete Hain
Even then, the movie holds its own. How? Because one man, Arjun Rampal, decides to come up with a kick-ass performance.