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Times of India
Set in Poland, this campus romance revolves around Avantika (Rinil Routh), her passion for music and reluctance to give love a second chance. A previous failed relationship makes her cynical, thus making it difficult for Rohan (Adil Chaudhry) to express his feelings for her. Does he get the girl?
Despite decent production values, picturesque locales and promising actors, the film is quite out of sync with reality. The lead actress' American Hindi (she is an American artist of Indian origin for real) and the hero's stalker like characterisation fails to blend with the tale. Also the story goes in circles, with no intent to proceed at all, making it a dreary love triangle.
Given the title, one would expect the film to stress on its music but even that's not the case. While the heroine is constantly shown penning lyrics for new songs to be performed by their band at an intercollegiate competition, she practically sings the same song every time.
Pakistani actor Adil has potential but his 'clingy lover' character, does little to help him showcase his talent. He only spouts metaphors about life, a trait which instantly brings his desirability quotient to zero. For instance, feeling apologetic about replacing a friend in the band, he consoles him by saying,"Main tumhari jagah kaise le sakta hu. Kabhi kabhi blue jeans ke saath white shirt nahi milta toh blue se hi kaam chalana padhta hai."
The supporting actors perform better. The ones who play Reet and Rajveer relatively look and sound real.
Also, you keep wondering why random goras are placed in every frame, who are not related to the story whatsoever. A college bully happens to be the villain here, who is equally inconsequential and ineffective.
Editing is abrupt as a crucial dance performance and a bike race have been bypassed. Dialogues are poorly written as well.
The love story in Rhythm is believable, chemistry likeable but the execution lacks substance.
The film had been in the making for over six years.
The film marks the Bollywood debut of Pakistani singer-actor Adeel Chaudhry and actress Rinil Routh.
'Rhythm' is also the Bollywood debut of guitarist Salman Ahmad, the founder of popular Pakistani band, Junoon.