Beiimaan Love Review by Bollywood Hungama
The promo of BEIIMAAN LOVE was in itself a big giveaway about the film’s plot and premise. The film, in totality, turns out to be an extended and an elaborated version of the promo, with no novelty factor attached to it. The film’s screenplay (Rajeev Chaudhari) offers absolutely nothing new that Bollywood has not seen. It is very poorly written and every scene seems disjointed from the earlier one. The film’s story is extremely similar to HATE STORY in many ways and features all possible clichés from the 90’s. The film’s dialogues (Vibhanshu Vaibhav, Rajeev Chaudhari) are terrible. After having dabbled in film journalism and PR, Rajeev Chaudhary made his debut as a director with the non-starter titled GUNAAH. Even though BEIIMAAN LOVE happens to be his second film, it looks like an extremely amateur attempt at filmmaking, with no technical finesse or expertise to boast of. Rajeev Chaudhary fails miserably in extracting the required performance (read ‘emotions’) from his lead cast, which adds to the film’s sorrows and miseries. While the film’s first half is all about establishing its characters, its second half starts beating around the bush without any reason. The film’s second half drags endlessly, thus, testing the patience of the viewers to the fullest. Rajeev Chaudhary seems to have no clue as to what exactly he wanted to make out of BEIIMAAN LOVE. If the terrible screenplay wasn’t tortuous enough, even the actors in the film look totally confused and awkward when performing the badly-etched scenes. There are several moments in the film that evoke unintentional laughter. One simply starts wondering in disbelief while looking at the proceedings in the film. Don’t miss the scene between Avatar Gill and the actress who plays his daughter. It’s hilarious to the core, totally unintented of course.
Beiimaan Love Review by Rohit Vats on Hindustan Times
Beiimaan Love is utterly stupid, and involves absolutely no filmmaking. It’s made to provide some voyeuristic pleasure, but fails to do even that. Just how much can you stare at high heels and women in neon bikinis? There has to be a limit. If you still keep watching it in anticipation of a story, then I will judge you. The only highlight in the film is a scene where Sunaina dances with her domestic help in the kitchen. The kind of dance people do when they’re in love. The help looks scarred for life. The pain on her face is remarkable. She might have doubled her fees after that scene.
Beiimaan Love Review by Manisha Lakhe on Nowrunning
you won’t waste your time trying to figure out why such movies are made. The song ‘Mere peeche, mere peeche, mere peeche Hindustaan hai’ is quintessentially Sunny, and she has a twinkle in her eye when she dances which is one star worthy. But you can watch that online. The rest of the movie, as you can see, is forgettable.
Beiimaan Love Review by Rajat Tripathi on Bollywood Life
The script is as unimaginative and non creative as it gets. Sunny’s character to extract revenge sleeps with Rajniesh’s character again, which was ONLY required to make space for another love making song. Beiimaan Love is like, two erotic songs were shot in the beginning and then a story was weaved around those. The supporting cast is as bad as any B-Grade movie. The climax is the shoddiest part of the film. Beiimaan Love ends so abruptly that you might take a minute to realise that it was indeed ‘The End’. Skip it. Go watch anything else but Beiimaan Love over the weekend.
Beiimaan Love Review by Indiaglitz
The director comes up with a one liner plot which is stretched to its fullest. He tries to camouflage the movie by giving us Rajshri type of family drama, but ends up encashing over Sunny Leone’s know qualities. The mismanaged story narrative followed by lack of connecting factor makes the movie bad to worse. Sunny Leone looks great in some scenes while in others fails to impress. She tries her hard to look and act like a sanskari girl, but ends up coming back to her known reality. Rajniesh Duggal looks good, but fails to act. Yuvraj Singh hams to the fullest. Daniel Weber is wasted. Rajiv Verma and Avtar Gill overacts in every scene.
Beiimaan Love Review by The Times Of India
The characters are inconsistent, the lines are handpicked from a Dialogue For Dummies guide and there’s a general lack of attention to detail. Props from one scene show up everywhere; the same location is used as different places, and the film opens with a promotional song (!) which plays by itself without titles. Are we watching a movie, or a music channel? Sunny Leone gets A for effort, because her struggle to rise above the content is evident. Rajneesh and the other members of the cast (also from the 90s) are jaywalking around her.
Review by Vishal Verma on Glamsham
The movie is juvenilely shot and casually edited. On a positive note, as the torture of BEIIMAAN LOVE got over in two hrs and few minutes, I ‘honestly’ had a feeling that the world outside BEIIMAAN LOVE is not that bad and much better than this crap.
Review by IANS on Zeenews
This is where the plot caves in completely. Unable to handle the complexities of a drama where the disgruntled become the perpetrators of wrongdoing, “Beiimaan Love” is like a tune written over lyrics that never made sense to anyone, not even the ‘poet’ who wrote it. The film, if we may call it that for the want of a better description, is filled with ridiculous dialogues and situations that desire to make the heroine look sympathetic.
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