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Times of India
An outlandish offering that follows Bollywood's done-to-death theme of good boy-bana-gangster.
In 2015, if we are still making films about lover boys becoming cold-blooded murderers, something is definitely not right. Formula films do have their charm but this one is a mess of bad acting, worse dialogues and shabby direction. There is no excuse for lip sync issues in this day and age.
Balbeer (Akkilesh Verma) loses the love of his life in a mishap. He avenges her death and gets sucked into the world of crime. While the revenge angle is justified, his transition into a don looks frivolous. The actors fail to bring any conviction to the flimsy plot, making this movie far from watchable.
The story is not well fleshed out. Two rival families are seeking revenge from each other but the narrative doesn't shed light on what really happened between them. As dirty songs and expletives take over the screen, the experience of sitting through it becomes even more traumatic. A contrived second romance that is forced into the screenplay is far from being an advantage to this vile affair.
The acting department has nothing to gloat about either. The leading lady definitely needs spoken English classes and the leading man can do with some diction coaching. His Jat twang comes out all wrong.
Yeh Ishq Sarfira is a ham fest that will dumb you down with its foolishness. Save yourself from becoming sarfira!
The film is based on a true incident in Delhi which had resulted in the emergence of a dangerous gangster.