Simran and Sudhir Saigal have been married for several years, and are settled in Bangkok, Thailand. They live a fairly harmonious but busy lives, and have a child, a son. When Sudhir ... See full summary »
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Abbas Alibhai Burmawalla,
Mastan Alibhai Burmawalla
Simran and Sudhir Saigal have been married for several years, and are settled in Bangkok, Thailand. They live a fairly harmonious but busy lives, and have a child, a son. When Sudhir returns unexpectedly, he finds his wife is having an affair with another man. He hires a private detective by the name of Ramanathan, who produces photographic evidence of her affair with a male, whose name is Sunny. Sudhir decides to meet Sunny, and there is a physical confrontation, which results in Sunny's death. Sudhir takes the body, and buries it elsewhere, and returns home. A few days Bangkok Police Inspector Rajvir Singh arrives at their house to inquire about Sunny, who has been reported as missing. Shortly thereafter, Sudhir receives incriminating photographs of himself burying Sunny's body. Sudhir tells Simran about his secret, and together they go to check if the body is still buried. Their shocking findings at the site will change their lives forever. Written by
Though the movie was very daring in its time and gave Mallika Sherawat the title of a bold actress, the actress refused to shoot any nude scenes at the last moment, forcing the producers to find a body double. See more »
Another adult thriller successfully wins over the masses. Mallika's loneliness was very well depicted with the story taking place in a foreign land with no friends and people who speak an incomprehensible language. Malika's dialogue of how a married woman's loneliness is a hundred times worse than a single lady's loneliness, of how she slept with a stranger (her husband) every night, really struck a chord. Ashmit Patel didn't have much of a role but did a good job in whatever he did do. Mallika's romantic interest wasn't that impressive. Songs are outstanding! "Bheege Hont" is a mesmerizing romantic track, and "Kaho Na Kaho" is a captivating track that is definitely my new favorite song. Groovy beats, melodic rhythm, good intertwining of Arabic language, and an overall haunting melody make this song addictive. The story mainly picks up in the second half and is quite unpredictable. Mallika may be the new sex symbol, but she is definitely not a quality actress. Her dialogue delivery in the movie was absolutely pathetic as were her acting skills.
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