Claps For- Sushant Singh's menacing performance as Mandar Mhatre. He looks deadly. We like! And also, Surveen Chawla is an able performer.
Slaps For- Everyone from the director, to the editor, to Jay Bhanushali.
Popcorn Refill- Every time a song comes. Or when Surveen tries to (unconvincingly) lie her way out of sticky situations.
Story- Simple story of revenge, where the heroine avenges her lovers' murder by murdering all the villains (and side villains) of the movie. Arrrrggggghhhh!
Performances- Surveen Chawla in the titular role is pretty good. She shows her acting skills, (and toned body) very well. Sushant Singh looks terrific and acts even better. He reminds us a lot of Ronit Roy. Jay Bhanushali fails to live up to expectations. The rest of the cast just hams. Sunny Leone's item number is a good distraction.
Direction- Vishal Pandya makes his directorial debut with this film. You get a feeling that the subject matter was good, but Pandya just couldn't go the distance. He had a chance of making a dark, dark thriller, but he ended up making a moderately lit thriller. There are huge gaps in the script which makes you wonder why they didn't hire a proof reader for the film! There are moments in the movie which make you suspend your disbelief, something you wouldn't be too keen on doing.
Music- The only song that is easy on the ears is the remix of 'Aaj Phir Tumpe'. All the other songs are forgettable. Yes, even Sunny Leone's 'Pink Lips'. Just catch it on Youtube, if you must.
Combo-On-Offer- Watch it strictly if you are a Surveen Chawla, or Sushant Singh fan. And we are not sure such a thing exists. Nothing seems thrilling in this so called 'thriller'. It is all too conceited, to be believed.
Final Verdict- Slaps for this film for the rehashed storyline, uninspired direction which limits the film, and really forgettable music. Sorry Surveen.