Rajveer Singh is of East Indian origin and lives a very wealthy lifestyle in London, England along with his wife, former Indian model, Sheena. He finds her devoted but a little bit too possessive, and since they have signed a prenuptial agreement, he cannot divorce her. When Ricky comes to London for a photo shoot, he pays him Thirty Lakh rupees to seduce Sheena, Ricky agrees to do that as he is in debt. For this purpose Ricky is permitted to live in the Singh's mansion. At first Sheena shows hatred for Ricky, as he had ditched her friend, Nisha, but she subsequently succumbs to Ricky's charm. Rajveer then has a change of heart and finds he still loves Sheena, so he decides to pay Ricky Fifty Lakh rupees - this time to leave them - but Ricky refuses. Rajveer makes it up to Sheena by celebrating her birthday lavishly. It is on the night of the birthday that Ricky will be murdered, and this case will be assigned to Chief Investigating Officer Steve Bakshi - who has two suspects - ... Written by
Aksar is an awful movie. The script, the story, the acting are all simply laughable. Dino Morea plays a man who pays Emraan Hashmi to seduce his wife. Yes, this is as ridiculous as it sounds. Both Morea and Hashmi offer incredibly and unsurprisingly bad acting. Udita Goswami plays the aggressive, capricious and angry wife. She is good-looking but has zero acting talent. The film has one hit song called "Jhalak Diklaja" which is composed and sung by Himesh Reshammiya. I never could understand the hype around this song as I never found it particularly good though it is catchy. The film is supposed to be a thriller but instead it just looks like a comic strip thanks to the terrible direction and writing. Avoid this cheapo at any cost.
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