Your eyes will be open, but you won’t be able to see anything … your ears will be open, but you won’t be able to listen anything … and the main thing will be that … you’ll understand everything, but you won’t be able to explain to others
Plot Summary: Rohan Bhatnagar a dubbing artist meets Supriya Sharma a pianist, both of them are visually impaired. There first meet transformers into love. Soon they get married. Everything was cute and romantic till a tragedy hits there life. What happens to their romantic life? How Rohan fights over the evil that stormed his life was the 139 minutes romantic action film.
Directed by: Sanjay Gupta
Starring: Hrithik Roshan, Yami Gautam, Rohit and Roni Roy
Music by: Rajesh Roshan
Distributed by: FilmKraft Productions Pvt.Ltd, & B4U motion Pictures
Running time: 139 minutes
Goosebumps review: A must watch for Hrithik fans. The predictable story was saved by the screenplay. General audience might not give distinction but average. Goosebumps if you love romance and Hrithik.
The story is not new to the industry, but the director has coloured it with a decent screenplay. The movie mostly relies on Hrithik and he has given his 100%. His hard work was evident throughout the movie.
The romantic scenes between Hrithik and Yami Gautam were great. They share an excellent chemistry which carries the first half. Yami has portrayed exceptional acting and impresses the audience. The couple looks perfect in songs and romantic scenes.
Ronit and Rohit Roys as the baddies shine in the second half. The cruelty of their character, the political powers they exhibit, the criminal intents they posses will make them hate. But that’s the plus of their character.
Sanjay Gupta’s direction adds the additional spice to the movie. Though the movie is mostly predictable Sanjay has made the audience guessing at times. Few minutes into the movie will hook up the audience for sure. The director has to be applauded for smart fight sequences (A little illogical but good thinking), few suspense elements and the romantic scenes.
Though the acting department saves the movie the sidelines cannot be shaded. The second half is mostly predictable and nothing new there. The action sequences are well planned but seems illogical at times, director should have concentrated a little more in the graphics department. Music is not that appealing especially in the songs (The item song, is it necessary?).
Apart from the above the movie has every element to entertain the audience. As I mentioned though it is predictable the screenplay saves the movie. Watch it if you are a die-hard Hrithik Roshan fan, general audience might find it a little average one.