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Times of India
Rakhi Sawant's starlet act falls flat in the absence of any story
Julie (Rakhi Sawant), a junior actress who climbs the ladder of success fast, seems like someone who will make a mark in show business. But in a world, where friends turn foes overnight, Julie is played by her dear ones. Yet, she hides a very dark psychological profile which may help her beat the industry phonies to save her life.
Julie is a firecracker of a junior artiste. She understands the big bad world of 'cinema' that she is in and plays along, casting couch et all, until she falls seriously in love with a film financiers son Nikhil (Amit Mehra). As the movie world turns darker, suddenly the industry men who wronged her, start falling dead like flies. Her only support system, besides her starlet friends, is the man she loves. But when a tarot reading friend tells Julie that she will kill her beau before the night ends, her world changes.
The movie, said to be loosely based on the Sheena Bora murder case, bears no resemblance to the original case. The story is disjointed and jumps conclusions faster than you can keep track. Villanious starlets jump at Julie whom she trusts till the end, given her friendly nature. One can see the film's end come a mile away, yet that big revelation promised by the makers never arrives.
The saving grace in this 'thriler' (with no thrills) could have been Rakhi's original voice, purely for comic relief, but since its dubbed by another artiste, you feel shortchanged. The rest of the cast indulges in hamming throughout the film, and you come out not really knowing what the 'Paheli' around Julie was all about.