One stormy night, a doctor offers a ride to a ghostly woman he meets on the side of the road. Later, he discovers his intended bride is identical in appearance to the ghost. Who was she and why does she haunt him?
Naive Ajay Anand (Rishi Kapoor) first few days in a hostel are marred by ragging and bullying at the hands of Vikram (Rakesh Roshan) and his friends. Eventually this leads to a fight, and ... See full summary »
Blue Oranges:: Warrants real hard concentration. Yup - if you are watching this movie it is demanded that your attention levels should be at its pinnacle. For you miss a single clue, the jig- saw in your head is risked being incomplete. The film kicks off very much akin to tangled up threads - snare and delusion. With each passing reel, the director unweaves the complex plot.
The director should be applauded for managing to hold the ropes tight. If he had gone slight astray, the results would have disastrous. Next to the plot, due credit is deserved by all the actors who got associated in this project. They were all near perfect. Rajit Kapoor I perceived reprises his Byomkesh Bakshi character.
The downside is the lack of time to build up momentum. A few important aspects integral to the storyline simply kick-start zip, zap, zoom. Little bit of space and room would have been good. And the twist? I would prefer stating "Creative justice" more apt.
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