Popcorn Refill: Don't neglect your hunger pangs! At least your popcorn tub won't be 'beiimaan' with you!
Plot: Boom! Post the thank you opening credits the first thing you get to see is Sunny Leone grooving to a song that says everyone in Hindustan is crazy over her. (No, we ain't kidding here!). Cut to we see Madame Leone in an 'I-am-the-boss' avatar as a business tycoon. She's called Sunaina Verma and is the managing director of Janaki Exports, a company dealing with jewellery.
But the lady haven't had it all easy. She has a past that made her what she's today. Rewind to three years back and we see how it all began. One night at a birthday party, a drunk guy named Raj Malhotra (Rajniesh Duggall) tries to get cozy with Sunaina against her wish and she ends up slapping him in front of everyone present in the nightclub. One of Raj's friends even video-captures the slap-gate incident and tries to make it viral online to insult Raj. Enraged by Sunaina's 'thappad' Raj swears revenge and starts a search for her only to find that she works as a business development manager in his dad K.K Malhotra's company under his brother in law Mohnish. Raj sees this as a golden opportunity for his 'badlaa' and strikes a bet with his 'jijaji' that he will seduce her within 10 days.
Thus he begins his plans of wooing Sunaina by painting himself as her dream man. The party boy starts going to the office, pretends that he's seriously taking interest in his dad's business and gives the credit to Sunaina for changing him into a better person. On the other hand the lady is already smitten by him and basking in love unaware of his selfish hidden motives.
Will Sunaina ever find out about Raj's true colors? Where will this tale of 'beiimaan love' lead these two people? The rest of the film revolves around this plot.
Performances: Let's face the fact first! Men flock to theatres for a Sunny Leone film only to watch her for obvious reasons. But ever thought of this when someone says she's the only person in the film who is trying her level best with her limited acting skills to keep you interested in the story. Well my friend, with 'Beiimaan Love' that day has finally arrived!
Rajniesh Duggall sleepwalks through his Casanova act and has a 'thanda' chemistry with Sunny unlike 'Ek Paheli Leela' where the duo looked every bit of a sizzling hot couple even in their rustic avatars.
Lesser said about the supporting cast the best. Some of them are seen donning such tacky outfits and fake loud accent that it totally puts you off and you wish that they never existed in the film. Here I must mention Avatar Gill's role that turns out to be unintentionally hilarious. And when will Bollywood do away with that one cringe worthy gay scene?
Oh did I say even Sunny's real life husband Daniel Weber gets to do a Bollywood film even if it's playing a second fiddle that's credited as a cameo!
About The Film: Rajeev Chaudhari is the one man army here as he has written, directed and even produced this film. But someone forgot to tell Mr Director that everybody doesn't have that Midas touch. His 'Beiimaan Love' fails to connect on the script level. Things happen so randomly and casually that after a point even Sunny Leone's sultry act and her coochie-cooing with Rajniesh can't save the day. Songs are just thrown in every now and then for some skin-show and titillation. With average editing and cinematography and forgettable music the film's got nothing to pique your interest.
Combo-on-offer: Romance+ Revenge+ Skin show
Verdict: We give 'Beiimaan Love' TIGHT SLAPS. 'Never take a woman for granted' is the point that the film-maker ultimately wanted to make in this 2 hour uncooked story. Sadly he forgot to stick to his own words!