October 17, 2016 12:20:05 PM IST
Beiimaan Love Review By Vishal Verma, Glamsham Editorial
A tasteless, listless, debunking in the name of movies. BEIIMAAN LOVE starring Sunny Leone and Rajneesh Duggal is ironically rightly titled and the best thing about this torturous ‘behja’ boil is that it gets over in two hrs and few minutes.
Film journalist turn PR turn director Rajeev Chaudhari makes this atrocious killing in the name of cinema with this HATE STORY inspired concept. Rajeev’s earlier GUNAAH was forgettable, his second flick BEIIMAAN LOVE is forgetfully regrettable at all levels. A real ‘Sadma’ (shock).
An armature crap right from the word go, BEIIMAAN LOVE is a story of Sunaina Verma (Sunny Leone) who gets up against her rival K. K. exports owned by K.K. (Rajeev Verma) father of her ex Raj Malhotra (Rajniesh Duggall).
If you are looking for a story/plot in a Sunny Leone film then Sunaina and Raj have a history, Raj dumps Sunaina and she vows to destroy her ex lovers empire but still both Raj and Sunaina have something left inside their hearts.
A screenplay with zero characterization, scene development, writer director Rajeev Chaudhri fails in simple basics of filmmaking. Disjointed scenes, miserably written dialogues, almost nadir a near nothing.
With no technical finesse, miserable screenplay and the great limitations of Sunny Leone as an actor, BEIIMAAN LOVE does nothing to anyone concern, even after seeing Sunny Leone in an Indian attire in which she looks gorgeous, there is no proper emotion in the scene to make the audience involved.
Rajniesh Duggall who is a far better actor then Sunny Leone gets nothing from the screenplay ( no wonder during the climax we see him going mad) while the support cast Rajiv Verma and Avtar Singh turn intentionally funny. What a pity.
Music by Ankit Tiwari, Kanika Kapoor, Raghav Sachar, Sanjeev Darshan, Asad Khan, Asees is a big letdown considering the names involved and Aniruddha Kale’s background does no good either.
The movie is juvenilely shot and casually edited.
On a positive note, as the torture of BEIIMAAN LOVE got over in two hrs and few minutes, I ‘honestly’ had a feeling that the world outside BEIIMAAN LOVE is not that bad and much better than this crap.
And if you are still reading this, the review is now over and ‘honestly’ I have tried to make this 2 hrs and few minutes’ atrocious torture into a pleasant 2 minutes read. Hope it has not turned that ugly.|