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The film is about a young and simple man, Kunal played by Kunal Khemu who is in love with Arzoo played by Amrita Puri, however her parents do not allow her to marry him, as he is unsuccessful. Runing away to get married. Kunal shifts to Cape Town and starts to work in a small business of diamond-exporting. Kunal slowly is dragged into the under hand dealing of the diamond trading company.Written by
The film was Kunal Khemmu's return to Bhatt camp who launched him in Kalyug. See more »
elementary entry level screenplay
with unconvincing storyline, lame plot, stupid location set, bad directing and naive acting. furthermore, if you want your audiences/viewers to take your production more seriously, adding the stupid traditional dancing and singing would only make it worse. i strongly suggest that the Hindi movie industries should gradually phase out the traditional and always irrelevant singing and dancing add-ons and tries to distant itself from such shallow, ridiculous, totally pointless but always thought they are a MUST-HAVE in Hindi movies. you can't have it all, my Indian friends, making all the movies always turned out to a Broadway musical is nothing but brainlessly stupid. what made me often feel awkward and clueless when i watched Hindi movies is: if you want us to take you Hindi movies seriously, less dancing and singing would be better, without either would be even better. the problem that i often felt about Hindi movie is when a movie looked just so serious, suddenly, all the characters started dancing and singing, it's just so outrageously out of place, man.
this 'blood money' is no exception. it's already quite lame and lukewarm, adding some sudden dancing and singing scenes just looked more stupid. how could i take a further step to look this movie be serious? and those female eye candies in this movie were also unnecessary. Hindi guys in south Africa? give me a break, man.
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