Haseen Dillruba

Haseen Dillruba

This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

This review may contain spoilers.

pagalpan ki hadd se na guzre,
toh woh pyaar kaisa?
hosh mein toh rishte nibhye jaate hein..


translation-
if it's doesn't cross brink the limits of sanity,
is it even love?
only relationships re played in senses.

well, no, i disagree. and, we got something that is going to inspire so many people in all the wrong ways.
this movie uses all kinds of stereotypes- good men look a certain way(not very hot), they're simple, wear specs,
and the men that are gonna cheat on you look hot, got tattoos, are outgoing, click loads of pictures of you.

the plot is awfully simple, even hilarious for the first thirty five minutes, and then comes the consequences of not being able to perform in classic Indian fashion- hurt male egos, unsatisfied women, hot men that are assholes, good men that become assholes and are still considered good by women because of change in heart. all of this with overindulgence in background score that's a total misfit(like, oh my god!), and a murder which could've been avoided with much lesser police involvement, and way less pain. but when has bollywood appreciate simplicity?

my comments? please don't get inspired.
your eternal love does not need drops of blood on it. period.

also, total Lamb To The Slaughter murder weapon idea, but that was way more sane than this.