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Indian film-makers have now come up with their very own "I Know What You Did Last Summer', a story centering around a College Professor, who kills his wife, and hides her body in the ... See full summary »

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Indian film-makers have now come up with their very own "I Know What You Did Last Summer', a story centering around a College Professor, who kills his wife, and hides her body in the College campus. When some students, who have been caught cheating in their exams, decide to change their marks, they break into the Professor's room, and this is where they find his wife's lifeless body. Afraid, they may get blamed for breaking and entering as well as this murder, they decide to run away, leave the city and try to forget this ever happened. Years the college friends meets at a mutual friends' wedding - and this is where they will find out that the killer of the woman is still at large, knows about them, and this time they are going to be his next victims Written by Sumitra (corrected by Sonia)

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Jeetendra's character name is shown at the start of the credits, but he was never called by that name in the movie. This character name might have been stuck due to it being his real name. See more »

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Expecting a thriller from Ekta Kapoor is like expecting dance from Sunny Deol or an original score from Bappi Lahiri
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Expecting a thriller from the director who gave you such sloppy television soaps like 'KKusum' and 'Kahani Ghar Ghar Ki' is like expecting dance from Sunny Deol, acting from Kareena Kapoor or an original score from Bappi Lahiri. And I Know What he Did Last Summer. Ripped off a Hollywood flick and is now claiming that chill will run down spines this winter. Rather snores ran down nostrils. And he's not the only one to be blamed coz EKKta KKapoor's concept of thrillers are sadly restricted till 'Kahin Kissiiii Roz' only. Pity Pity!!! So there's this college in Shimla (which looks like Switzerland) where psycho professors are appointed. A group of six friends accidentally run down their van over this psycho. Seized by guilt pangs the friends get separated. Three years later they reunite but the psycho is back and on a killing spree. (Now why did the killer wait for 3 years?) The essence of a suspense flick lies in the fact that the actual killer must turn out someone quite unexpected and not the usual suspects. But this movie miserably stumbles at the point where the identity of the killer is revealed. Moreover the climax where the murder mystery suddenly turns into a love story of an over-possessive woman (ala Gupt) is disgustingly disappointing. The director pathetically transforms the thriller into a triangular love story (the KKusum effect), stuffing it with a dozen redundant songs (which you have been hearing since the past few weeks on every K soap). The only mystery in the movie is that it starts with a flashback but you never know where the flashback ends.

It's still difficult to differentiate Tusshar from the junior artists in songs. And somebody please tell him that cowboys should dance around horses (and not cows as he does in the Ding-dong-Ding song, taking the term cowboy too literally). Esha's emotions still gives you loose motions.

So there's not a single department worth appreciating in this film, except for the slickly designed promos which successfully fool the cine goer. But guys, Dikhavo pe naa jao, apni akal lagao. Yahan, Kucch Nahi Hai.


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