Out Of Theatre

Love Games

Out Of Theatre
08 Apr, 2016 1 hr 54 mins A
Patralekha, Tara Alisha Berry, Gaurav Arora, Hiten Tejwani
Even the brightest of ideas go in vain because of bad execution. Love Games is a classic example of it.

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Story: Ramona (Patralekha) is an obsessive sexual relationship with Sam (Gaurav Arora). The two of them firmly believe in the thrill of sex. The adrenaline junkies live life on the edge and canoodle like bunnies. But their life comes to a standstill when Sam falls in love with Alisha (Tara Alisha Berry). Amidst Love Games and Lust Games, power battles begin. And mind you, no one likes to lose here!

Review: "Roses are red, violets are blue...Sex can be messy, love can be too..." On this note, begins this amateurish film. Vikram Bhatt's Love Games tries to be a tempestuous tale about temptations. But his bright concept is far from being well-fleshed out. There were a bunch of interesting ideas which never intertwine with the narrative.

The characters have unconvincing issues. Mommy problems are the foremost - Sam's mother ran away with her lover and Ramona's mother allowed her to get molested, which is what justifies their promiscuity. Sam's love interest Alisha is a much-married surgeon in a physically abusive relationship. She has held on to her marriage because she eloped against the wishes of her family. Apparently no one registers a case against her beastly hubby because he is a top notch criminal lawyer. How unfortunate that no one thought of the Women's Commission or for starters, telling her parents! #EgoGames

A story about carnal exploration cannot rely just on dialogues like 'I have missed your lips'. On paper, it would've been a crackling story about lustful femme fatale obsessed with her boy toy, unwilling to part with him even when love comes calling. But when you see, an annoyingly screechy Patralekha shriek her lungs out, shooting her lover, you are as baffled as the expressionless Gaurav. While her co-actors overdo their job, Tara suffers the brunt of a badly written character. Who knows, what she could've done.

The oohs and aahs are limited to the pain of watching the film. This one is an opportunity lost. Even the brightest of ideas go in vain because of bad execution. Love Games is a classic example of it.
Avg Users’ Rating 1.8/5 ( 183 users )
I like this movie because it is specially for daughters
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