Reviewer's Summary - Awful|
Actors: Sunny Deol. Amisha Patel, Neha Dhupia, Mukesh Rishi
Director: Harry Baweja
Producer: Pammi Baweja
Music: Sukh Shinder Shinda, Harry Aanand, Nitz & Sony
Lyrics: Sameer, Karmjeet Kalhowala, Nitin Arora, Earl D'Souza
Story & Screenplay: Harry Baweja
Dialogs: Pathik Vats
Watching Teesri Aankh is an act of sheer masochism.
Most Bollywood films - bad as they usually are - have at least one element in their favor. But Teesri Aankh is that rare Bollywood trash - it does not have a single redeeming feature.
In a season when Hollywood is out with novel films like Brokeback Mountain and Munich, Bollywood continues to spew out garbage like Teesri Aankh.
A weak script, pedestrian acting, insipid music and juvenile stunt/action scenes add up to deliver a first rate disaster.
Like the 2005-movie Kalyug, Teesri Aankh focuses on the multi-billion dollar porn business.
Arjun (Sunny Deol) is a Mumbai-based police officer with a pretty fiancee Sapna (Neha Dhupia). Shortly before their marriage, Sapna goes to London to participate in a beauty contest organized by Sudama Pandey (Mukesh Rishi).
Unbeknownst to Sapna, Suduma's real modus operandi is to take revealing photographs of Indian girls with hidden cameras and then blackmail them into making porn films. Apparently, there's an insatiable demand for skin flicks with Indian girls.
In London, Suduma and his henchmen take revealing photos of Sapna with their hidden cameras and force her to act in porn films. Sapna is also caught in internecine rivalry of the bad guys and once her usefulness is exhausted, she is killed. However, Sapna's murder is witnessed by a mute girl Amu (Amisha Patel), who manages to escape from the building. But Amu's account is not believed and the killers go scotfree.
By this time, Arjun is in London on the heels of Suduma but unaware that his lady love has already been killed. Soon, he stumbles upon Amu, who is running from the bad guys.
Arjun's rant against the "goonda" within all of us comes across as so superficial.
The stunt/action scenes are so crude and pitiful that they defy belief. In one scene, when Sunny Deol sees a bunch of thugs with heavy artillery blazing, he casually kicks a limo towards the bad guys effectively crushing them!
None of the songs are music to the ears. - Copyright SearchIndia.com.