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Bhram: An Illusion (2008)

A substance-abusing model believes that her wealthy boyfriend's brother molested and killer her sister.

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Credited cast:
... Shantanu Rawal
... Devendra 'Inder' Rawal
Sheetal Menon ... Antara Y. Tyagi
... Vinita D. Rawal
Chetan Hansraj ... Prem Mathur
... Sunita Sharma (as Deepshika Nagpal)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
... Little Antara (as Ananya Shukla)
Shaukat Baig ... Photographer (as Shoukat Baig)
Rajveer Bawa ... Killer (as Rajveer Bama)
Anna Bawana ... Model 1
Nikita Bhatt ... Socialite 1
... Nidhi
God Frey ... Bar Juggler
... Carlson (as Karan Singh)
Gagan Gupta ... Palm Inn Resort Waiter
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"An Illusion" is the story of Antara Tyagi and Shantanu Rawal and their love marred by the reality of life. Antara is a successful supermodel- who has it all but is hiding behind the veil of a traumatic past. Shantanu is the most eligible bachelor in town and his love for Antara will put his love, faith, family and friendships on trial. Will Antara's past ever stop haunting her? Will her one true love lead her back to the ghosts of yesterday? or will it set her free? Written by xxTusharxx

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4 April 2008 (India)  »

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A Bundle of Surprises
12 June 2008 | by See all my reviews

I have to admit that I had geared my expectations low because of the three main roles being cast with ex-models. But I just had to see Sheetal Menon do her debut role.

Bottom line is that I came away with a higher opinion of the movie than I thought I would have. I think Sheetal, though not the same type of personality as Kangana Ranaut, still has her own natural style. I never felt she was struggling to find her expression. The critical juncture is when she recognizes Inder. If she was going to break the spell, it would have been there. But it didn't happen.

I liked the locations. Like Jab We Met, Bhram was partly shot in Kangana's native state, Himachal Pradesh. And the results were equally good.

I liked the screenplay which really created a fog of mystery for the characters to feel their way through.

I liked the musical score. Both songs and background fit the mood of the movie.

I really also liked the actress who played Dev's wife. I don't know her experience level, but there was a moment when I just suddenly had the thought "I like this actress".

Milind was better than Dino. His part was well-written, and he can handle a well-written part. Dino is harder for me to swallow. He often seems miscast to me. But he was good enough to blend into the team and not drag it down.

So, after Gangster, I couldn't wait for Kangana's next. And I'm equally curious about Sheetal.


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