Star Cast: Sunny Leone, Jay Bhanushali, Jass Arora, Mohit Ahlawat, Rahul Dev and Rajniesh Duggal
Director: Bobby Khan
Producer:T-Series, Paperdoll Productions
Claps For:Sunny Leone, Jass Arora, Story
Slaps For: 9 songs, predictability in certain portions
Popcorn Refill: Interval
Story: Meera (Sunny Leone) is a super model in London, who comes to Jaisalmer in India for a fashion shoot. She happens to meet Ranveer Singh (Mohit Ahlawat), the Prince of Jaisalmer. They fall in love and get married. Simultaneously, in Mumbai, Jay Bhanushali (Karan), a budding musician, happens to see some nightmares which shows Rahul Dev whipping someone. To know more about this, Jay consults an astrologer who reveals to him that it is his past which is disturbing him. To solve the mystery of his past, Jay travels to Jaisalmer. Circumstances get him in contact with Bikram Singh (Jass Arora), Ranveer Singh and Meera, whom he has seen as Leela in his nightmares. Whether Jay is able to solve the mystery and what actually is the story behind Leela's reincarnation as Meera is what forms the story of the movie.
Performance: Sunny Leone will bowl you over with her performance. Like she said, she has definitely grown as an actor, dancer and a performer. This is by far her best act in Bollywood. She is beautiful, bold, sassy and at the same time delicate, sweet and innocent. Kudos to you girl. Rajniesh Duggal as Leela's boyfriend is brilliant. The chemistry he brings in with Sunny Leone is crackling. Jass Arora, though makes a comeback after 7 years with this movie, is flawless. He nails it with his royal personality and you want to see more of him. Mohit Ahlawat surprises with his act which is subtle yet powerful. Jay Bhanushali is apt in his role. However, he still needs to work on his dialogue delivery and expressions.
Direction: Bobby Khan does a fairly good job in his directorial debut. While the first half of the movie is wobbly, the second half, especially the climax is absolutely unexpected. You may be able to predict certain portions of the story but the twist in the end wins you over. However, he could have cut short slightly on the length of the movie and the songs. They become annoying when they break the thrill of the movie.
Combo-on-Offer: Drama+Thrill: A twisted reincarnation film
Verdict: We give the film claps for its sharp content and Sunny Leone's performance. Makes for a good watch.