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Times of India
Bursting with enthusiasm, Arsh (Vije Bhatia), an aspiring singer, lands up in Mumbai to fulfill his dream. With no concrete plan or opportunity at hand, he starts singing old Hindi songs on the streets. His voice captures the fancy of Swara (Krutika Gaekwad), a middle-class Maharastrian girl. Arsh makes Swara discover her hidden singing talent, bringing them closer until the latter's tragic past catches up.
The film aspires to pay tribute to classic Hindi film melodies of the 60s and the 70s that were made popular by legends like Mahendra Kapoor and Mohammed Rafi, but ends up looking like a parody of films like Agni Sakshi. While the lead actress (Krutika) shows promise, this wannabe Aashiqui 3 takes an unintentional comic turn with the arrival of Aditya Pancholi, who plays Swara's misogynistic husband Vitthal Dada. Funnily, no one gives two hoots about this self-proclaimed local goon. His penchant to address himself in the third person while spouting silly dialogues in incorrect Marathi makes you giggle.
Giving the hilarious villain a tough competition is the film's hero. He (Bhatia) looks like a mishmash of Ravi Kishan and Hrithik Roshan, acts like Salman Khan of Bandhan and wears a cap at all times like Himesh Reshammiya during his pre hair-weaving days. His musical headshakes are reminiscent of epileptic seizures.
To add to the humour in this supposed tragic drama is the good old safari suit clad organizer (Arun Bakshi), who scouts singing talent for Mrs Narang's (Anju Mahendroo as the quintessential jobless rich woman) in-house parties. Bakshi convinces the lead actors to perform together by telling them, "I must appreciate your chemistry."
However, Vitthal Dada cannot accept the fact that a woman can make money even if she isn't a doctor or an engineer. "How can you have a job?" he asks Swara.
To sum it all, this ham fest looks like it was custom-made for the Pretentious Movie Reviews duo.
This film marks the comeback of actor Aditya Pancholi
This film will see Aditya playing a negative role
Bursting with enthusiasm, Arsh (Vije Bhatia), an aspiring singer, lands up in Mumbai to fulfill his dream. With no concrete plan or opportunity at hand, he starts singing old Hindi songs on the streets. His voice captures the fancy of Swara (Krutika Gaekwad), a middle-class Maharastrian girl. He makes her discover her hidden singing talent. They start singing duets. An organizer (Arun Bakshi), who needs singers on an urgent basis for socialite Mrs Narang's (Anju Mahendroo) house parties, employs these two.
The two fall in love but when Arsh proposes marriages, Swara turns him down revealing she is already married. She has a daughter and lives with her mother-in-law (Kishori Shahane). Her husband Vitthal Dada (Aditya Pancholi) is a local goon, imprisoned for his crimes. As soon as he returns, he beats up Swara and forbids her from stepping out to sing. This upsets Arsh.
Mrs Narang plans to reunite them by hosting a singing show. Swara gathers courage and agrees to perform with Arsh. When Vitthal dada finds out, he charges towards the stage to kill the two but guilt-ridden, ends up killing himself.
a <br/>bad movie , it will entertain you if it suits your genere , the story is good but the direction could have been better, the acting and cast makes it stand among the movies released in the contemporary