Star cast: Mallika Sherawat, Anupam Kher, Jackie Shroff, Om Puri, Ashutosh Rana, Sushant Singh, Atul Kulkarni, Naseeruddin Shah and Rajpal Yadav
Director: K. C. Bokadia
Claps for:*slow claps* for making such a crap.
Slaps for: Script, Story, Cinematography, Music
Popcorn Refill: If you don't leave before interval then anytime through out the film
Story: Dinanath Singh (Om Puri) is a MLA from Rajasthan, who falls head over heels in love with Anokhi Devi (Mallika Sherawat), a dancer by profession. Dinanath is desperate to sleep with Anokhi and to convince her for that, he impresses her with Luxurious car, a bungalow and all that she needs with help of his right hand Dayal (Ashutosh Rana) and Anokhi's manager Bana Lal (Rajpal Yadav). Problems arise when Anokhi decides to contest election from Imerta, the same place from where Mukhtiyar Khan (Jackie Shroff) is keen to contest. Since Mukhtiyar is aware of Dinanath's wrong doings, under pressure, the latter allows him to contest, leaving Anokhi fuming. She too in turn starts blackmailing Dinanath over a CD which she has shot while she was getting physical with Dinanath. How Dinanath and his crew catch hold of Anokhi and the CD and what happens next forms the plot of the movie.
Performances: Mallika Sherawat does best what she is known for - skin show and bold scenes. Apart from that there is nothing that she can perform. Her lovemaking scenes with Om Puri are disgusting. Om Puri too is unbearable. Naseeruddin Shah, Ashutosh Rana, Sushant Singh, Atul Kulkarni, Jackie Shroff are wasted in their roles, thanks to the weak script. The only person watchable in the film is Anupam Kher. His cop avatar in the film is fine. But again, the poor script ruins his effort.
Direction: Director K. C. Bokadia has guts to release a film as bad as this, even after facing so many controversies. From weak script to cheap dialogues and poor camera, there is nothing right about the film. It's high time he retires from making films.
Combo on offer:Sexuality + Boredom
Final Verdict: We give the film tight Slaps for its cheap content and horrible direction. You may rather watch 'Murder' for Mallika's skin show than this torture.