Dunno Y…accolades and honors have been showered on this ultimate crap from the stable of Rajkumari Satyaprakash. Lack of sensibility and intelligence on a sensitive subject such as this, comes out clearly with B-grade stars and a C-grade story. Na jaane kyun such a disaster had to be screened before a global audience and put all through such an ordeal.
The movie portraying the ultimate sabotage in relationships is packed with complexities driven with uncontrollable emotions. The film revolves around a married man (Kapil) who engages in a relationship with a male prostitute. Though not physically but mentally and emotionally they consider themselves partners at such a level of stupidity, they probably need psychological counseling. Furthermore, the wife (Rituparno) who is apparently discontent, engages in an affair with his brother whereas his mother (Zeenat Aman) falls for every affluent man to satisfy the needs of her family.
The significance of contentment has been perceived with a lack of maturity and the film is definitely not meant for sensitive people or the religious. Also not meant for the types who still can’t decide whether the heart rules the mind or vice versa.
There’s little to talk about the direction or script. The film is a mess anyways, whereas the acting of the cast (all of them) leaves much to be desired. The queen of oldies, Zeenat Aman has apparently lost her charm, and appeared as if she memorized the crappy dialogues by burning the midnight oil.
Not worth a watch. At all.