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Searching for her Love... Through many Lives...
Three doppelgangers(one girl+ two boys).Two of them loves each other and get together from many lives .And the third one(who can't be killed easily)also wants the girl and he tries to separate them through many lives. | Add synopsis »
1 win & 2 nominations See more »
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Directed by
Vikram Bhatt 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Vikram Bhatt 
Girish Dhamija  dialogue

Produced by
Sada Bhuvad .... co-executive producer
Arun Rangachari .... executive producer
Arun Rangachari .... producer
Vivek Rangachari .... co-executive producer
Dharmendra Rawal .... executive producer
Manmohan Singh .... co-executive producer
Original Music by
Himesh Reshammiya 
Cinematography by
Pravin Bhatt 
Film Editing by
Kuldip K. Mehan 
Costume Design by
Nidhi Yasha 
Production Management
Amit P. Singh .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Shuvankar Ghosh .... first assistant director
Arbaaz Ali Moghul .... trainee assistant director
Puspa Raj Neupane .... assistant director
Vedprakash Singh .... first assistant director
Sound Department
Arun Nambiar .... sound designer
Visual Effects by
Kvsanjit .... visual effects supervisor
Abbas Ali Moghul .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Kishor Fadtare .... video playback operator
Michael Flax .... stereographer
Tom C. Hall .... 3d rig tech & b camera convergence puller
Chris Kroitor .... digital imaging technician
Nawaraj Krishna Thapa .... first assistant camera
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Manish Malhotra .... costumer
Isha Mantry .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Jaghadeeshwer .... digital intermediate conformist: Baselight
Music Department
Rahat Fateh Ali Khan .... playback singer
Anvesha .... playback singer
Kary Arora .... music producer
Shreya Ghoshal .... playback singer
Amrita Kak .... playback singer
Tulsi Kumar .... playback singer
Himesh Reshammiya .... playback singer
Shabaab Sabri .... playback singer
Other crew
Prashant Halwe .... marketing manager
Mahesh Ramanathan .... management team: reliance entertainment
Dhairya Roy .... international distribution

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Also Known As:
"Dangerous Ishhq" - India (original title)
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130 min

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7 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
The review is there in the title's Dangerous!, 28 May 2012
Author: bobbysing from India

The confusing posters of the film stressing more upon the 3D logo instead of the title gave a clear message about the confidence of its makers before the theatrical release of DANGEROUS ISHHQ.Besides, Vikram Bhatt (after re-discovering the horror formula of success), making a film on Past Life Regression as a comeback project for Karishma Kapoor somehow didn't sound that exciting to me, keeping in mind all the recent movies of the director.

Still I watched it and so did many others in the theater expecting at least something exciting out of the rare combination of Past Life Regression plot, Karishma Kapoor and Himesh Reshamiya. But as it got over, there was only one question in my mind that, "Why on earth, Karishma Kapoor chose such a low grade movie to be her comeback venture in the Industry?" The question was posted at Facebook and it got a very meaningful reply from an experienced friend, who commented, "For the same reason she chose "Prem Qaidi" to be her debut film in the Industry." And I think that should explain a lot to the readers about her DANGEROUS ISHHQ which undoubtedly remains one of the weakest & worthless projects released in the year 2012.

In short, the review is clearly written in the film's title itself which warns the viewers that it's highly dangerous to see it in theaters spending your time, money and efforts together. The subject of Past Life Regression, which could have easily been the strength of the movie, actually proves to be a curse for it. The poorly written screenplay taking the viewer into different eras of the past, fails to impress completely and the film simply appears to be a B class project in all its departments ranging from writing, acting, direction and presentation. Probably that was the reason why many people were not on their seats in the second half as the film started post its intermission.

As an experienced actress Karishma Kapoor tries her best to lift many lifeless sequences but in the process loses the battle. In reality, she shouldn't have done this film as her comeback vehicle. Rajniesh Duggal continues to be in search of his talent and Jimmy Shergill, Divya Dutta, Aarya Babbar, Samir Kochhar, Ravi Kishan and more just perform as professionals working on an assignment. Himesh Reshamiya gives another average soundtrack of his career with nothing worth remembering. But more importantly don't get fooled by the 3D logo placed prominently in its promotions. The film had no need of 3D technology at all and its just a gimmick to bring in more viewers into the theater. In fact DI also gives out a clear lesson both for the producers as well as the viewers that 3D format is not required and should not be used in every or any kind of film without giving it a serious thought. It's all waste of time, energy and effort to use it for a film like DI.

Ending on a lighter note, Past Life Regression might be a therapy or method through which people try to find their peace. But in DANGEROUS ISHHQ it actually takes away that precious possession of the viewer in a more cruel way. So it will be real dangerous if you opt for this past life Ishhq in the theater.

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