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Times of India
A star singer, Ronit is blackmailed by a jilted lover from his past Ashley, who blackmails and ties him to a murder.
Filmed in sleazy locations between Goa and Mumbai, Ashley is more of an extended soap opera than a Hindi film, complete with dizzying camera movements, extreme close-ups and louder than required background score. In fact, TV shows have become slicker off late.
The antagonist Ashley is a Goan flower girl and a drug dealer who casually shoots up cops when busted with drugs. Her lover, Ronit ditches her when a shootout ensues and goes on to become a singing sensation in Mumbai. As soon as he makes it to the peak, Ashley re-enters his life to blackmail him --- two crores please!
With poorly defined characters, a missing plot and cheesy dialogues, there's little to enjoy in the film. Even Shakti Kapoor as a corrupt inspector, is such a weak villain, that you feel cheated out of watching his act as the baddie.
If given a choice, you're better off watching an early 2000 TV soap unless you like your movies full of forced thrills, a warped logic and, two dimensional acting and with Shakti Kapoor as a de-fanged, wimp of a villain.