Aftab should understand that arching his eyebrows is not really the way to express anger. When he is angry, it looks more like he is shedding tears about his non-happening career in Bollywood. There just isn't any logic in Yukta Mookhey choosing Pyaasa as her debut vehicle. Unless, like the protagonist, she too was pyaasa
for some quick bucks. She is a disappointment, performance-wise and looks-wise - those bushy eyebrows and chunky stone earrings with blazers! Yuck(ta)!
Music? There were brief interludes of men and women dancing to music as only they could hear. The rest of us would only hear noise in the background, with Yukta and Aftoo or Zulfi in the forefront.
Muthu, who previously directed Tera Jadoo Chal Gaya
, can now sit and weep singing Mera Jadoo Chalaa Gaya. There is absolutely no logic in the plot, in any scene or any dialogue. It's totally and irretrievably convoluted.
To use Sprite's line here, Pyaasa is no fizz, no gyaan!