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Times of India
A married woman is in love with a sensuous painter, who is actually a conman. The husband, who gets to know about the affair, strikes a deal with the paramour to kill his wife for Rs 1 crore. What happens next?
Face it, erotic thrillers are the biggest selling in point in Bollywood, what with the Bhatts setting the bar for what the Indian audiences can expect. It was but natural that this trend would permeate to the regional industries too. A decade after Ganda Hendathi... there's another erotic thriller. Does this exude the same chutzpah? Definitely not.
The biggest problem in the film is the casting. The lead heroine doesn't exude the sensuality that one expects in a erotic thriller. While she shows ample skin, with her roaming around in a towel almost all the time, this doesn't seem visually appealing. On the other hand, the director has got the male casting right. Somanna has the makings of a good villain, while Aryan has good screen presence. Alas, they are failed by a female co-star who looks into the camera unnecessarily, is awkward in lovemaking scenes and seems a tad inexperienced for the role she she essays.
While the director seems to have had a good story on paper, the translation on screen goes awry, with shots that seem amateur and jarring background music. There are many lapses too, be it in continuity or otherwise and one cannot help but notice all this, making the 105 minute run time seem much longer.
If your idea of excitement is just ample skin show without sensuality and chemistry, then go for this film. Else, resort to an older favourite like Fatal Attraction on your DVD.