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Bhram Movie Review
  Movie Review : Bhram
Rating : 1 / 5
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Cast : Milind Soman, Dino Morea, Sheetal Menon, Simone Singh, Chetan Hansraj and Others
Editing : K Rajagopal
Screenplay : Radhika Anand
Music : Pritam Chakraborty
Producer: Nari Hira
Director: Pawan Kaul
Released Date: April 05, 2008
Bhram Bollywood Movie Review

A weak thriller, the story starts off with Antara Tyagi (Sheetal Menon) who is in a hospital and flashback takes you the heydays when she is a very successful model on the ramp. However, as the glamour world mostly has it, a glittering present always has a dark past and same is the case with Antara, meanwhile she comes across Shantanu Rawal (Dino Morea) who falls for her at the first sight and in a typical filmy manner; she feels repulsive about him and eventually starts getting attached to him. All goes hunky dory till Shantanu introduces Antara to his elder brother Devendra (Milind Soman), a suave and smart business tycoon with killer looks. Things go awfully wrong as a serpent of her haunting past uncoils itself and mayhem happens. What is the dreadful past? How does Antara come to terms with it? What is Dev's involvement? All this forms the rest of the story.

Bhram Hindi Cinema Review

The director has actually come up with a very interesting subject but then a good thought must be well fed with accurate presentation and enticing narration which were lacking a great deal in the film. Not much happened at the editing room which has resulted in many loose ends and the music is just about okay. The real culprit is the spineless screenplay which is the soul of any thriller and gosh!!! The dialogues were terrible. While understood that it is a very metro centric film, one really wonders what the objective is behind using the four letter words and the foul language at such regular intervals. Dino Morea has come up with a decent show, Simone is far too talented and could have gone for something better, Sheetal Menon's debut as a traumatic person will remain as a trauma as her role is weak and despite her best efforts, nothing happens. A true revelation was Milind Soman who was the saving grace of the film but thanks to the limited role he had, he was well within limits. The others were just about okay.

Bhram Filem Review

Talking about suspense or psychological thrillers, it is essential that the story must be stitched well when trying to combine past and present. The film was mixed up in such a way that all roads lead to confusion and it is just before the interval that the audience realizes where they are going. Unfortunately, before they set off on the track things go haywire in the second half again and everyone gets back to square one appearing confused and dazed. The film by parts is about okay showing the brilliance of the director, but the total blending is an absolute mess thanks to some amateur dialogues and lackluster screenplay. It is very hard for the film to survive at the box office for more than two weeks.

Bharatstudent Verdict: A tasteless Illusion, can be passed without a watch.

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