Sameera Dutta is an enlightened and intelligent young woman, who knows exactly what she wants of life. She belongs to an upper class family, and lives with her mom and dad, a business ...
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Sameera Dutta is an enlightened and intelligent young woman, who knows exactly what she wants of life. She belongs to an upper class family, and lives with her mom and dad, a business executive. She is in love with a young man by the name of Virendra, who comes from a poor family, and is disliked by her dad. Nevertheless, Sameera loves him, and will not marry anyone else, despite warnings from her dad. One day, Virendra telephones Sameera and asks her to bring in two lac rupees as he has to pay off debtors, otherwise they will kill him. Sameera is shocked at this huge amount, but fears for Virendra's life, asks her dad for this money, and he refuses. She forces him to give her the money at gunpoint, and then drives to where Virendra is waiting for her. There is curfew on in Bombay due to riots and violent clashes, and as a result Sameera's car is damaged; then a man tries to shoot her down, but she escapes on foot, on to meet her sweetheart. It is here that Sameera will find out the ...Written by
I rented this because I like Nandita Das and Rahul Bose and the synopsis on Netflix said it was an "opus" with a different take on Bollywood. What we got was shoddy acting, camera-work, cinematography, editing, directing, and not a single redeeming factor. Even the screen colors change randomly. The story begins and ends on a whim. The concept of narrative thread is apparently lost on the director and any similarities to "Run Lola Run", while intentional, do injustice to the classic in this horror freak-show. Rahul and Nandita would have been better utilized in a school play. I could have sworn that this movie was made by a four-person crew, two of whom were stoned. Bad movie. Bad bad movie. And I'm the kind of person who likes bad Indian movies.
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