A totally avoidable thriller from the 90s
A commonplace and seen-before whodunit where the end won’t shock the hell out of you, so you can sit and relax and eat your popcorn till the killer is revealed.
Straight out of 90’s, this thriller is easily avoidable as it has no greater purpose besides giving you a film to watch if you have absolutely nothing to do.
Let us correct ourselves here, some 90’s thrillers were way ahead of their times too, so Nirdosh in 2018 is out-of-date.
Watch it If you like -
You can enjoy food and drinks not having to worry about if you miss a scene
But Beware of -
Its just a pointless time pass movie, so let’s not get into what’s negative
Read Detail Review
Directed by two filmmakers, Pradeep Rangwani and Subroto Paul, the film has a very run-off-the-mill plot and presentation.
A few trying-hard-pinches to induce humor helped but not much.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
A cop known to solve murders at the snap of a finger, played by Arbaaz Khan, finds himself in a situation where he has not one, but many suspects.
Though seen-before stuff, but even then, the movie could have raised the bar a little. It seemed like it wasn’t even trying. Well honestly, you do get intrigued by who the real killer is, but that’s a standard for a thriller film to get curious.
But behind that curiosity, there was no interest to watch the movie.
The first half was better still. It looked the film will go somewhere interesting. but post interval, all it led to was dragged and uninteresting scenes.
Arbaaz Khan, wonder what happened to the actor we liked in Daraar and Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna Kya. He has been choosing films poorly and his acting has been the same.
Ashmit Patel is decent. Manjari Fadnis is good. Maheck Chahal looks great and her and Mukul Dev are the only ones trying to put some act.
Geet Sangeet (Music)
Music is average, so is the background score. The score is very obsolete.