Aap Ki Khatir
Reviewer's Summary - Rubbish
Year: August 25, 2006 in the U.S.
Actors: Akshaye Khanna, Priyanka Chopra, Amisha Patel, Dino Morea, Sunil Shetty, Anupam Kher, Bhumika Singh
Director: Dharmesh Darshan
Producer: Ganesh Jain & Ratan Jain
Screenplay & Dialogs: Sunil Munshi
Music: Himesh Reshammiya
Quick, drop the guillotine on the birdbrained bozos who made Aap Ki Khaatir.
The movie is awful to endure, rotten to contemplate and unpleasant to review.
Starring Akshaye Khanna, Priyanka Chopra and Amisha Patel, this asinine movie has absolutely no reason for seeing the light of the day.
Our agony began right at the very begining and lasted till the very end. Nirvana arrived only when the credits started flashing at the end.
A fatuous love story, ho-hum acting and insipid songs makes Aap Ki Khatir yet another unendurable Bollywood horror show.
Nursing a broken heart, Anu (Priyanka Chopra) is returning to London after three years for her sister Shirani's (Amisha Patel) marriage. She takes along her
colleague Aman Mehra (Akshaye Khanna) in hopes of making her ex-boy friend Danny Grover (Dino Morea) jealous.
Aman is more than willing as Anu is paying him handsomely to pretend to be her boyfriend. Despite being jilted at the altar, Anu is keen on getting together
with Danny again. But Danny, it seems, has other ideas and is not too eager to reciprocate Anu's sentiments. Meanwhile, Aman falls in love with Anu...Shirani
has had an affair with Danny during Anu's absence...and the drivel goes on ad nauseum ad infinitum.
Akshaye Khanna does his usual good job but even a Brando can't salvage a movie with such a stinker of a story.
Priyanka Chopra's acting skills are getting better. Her co-star Amisha Patel's acting seems to be getting worse with each movie. We won't be surprised if
this young lass is reduced to C Grade Bollywood flicks pretty soon.
The music is as mediocre as the rest of this movie. None of the songs had us humming the tunes.
Director Dharmesh Darshan has lifted one scene straight out of the 1990s blockbuster, Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge - The heroine getting drunk in the night and waking up agitated in the morning thinking that her chastity has been violated.
Bollywood directors increasingly resort to every crude trick to attract the Gujju and Punjabi NRI audience and Aap Ki Khatir follows that tradition. No
matter how transparent and silly the ploy seems.
Even a blind dog, it's said, finds a bone now and then but there are just no bones to be found in Aap Ki Khatir. It's wholly without merit.
All in all, Aap Ki Khatir is a movie worth missing. Life's short. Surely, you can find better things to do with your time.
Aap Ki Khatir's storyline is yet another piece of evidence - if any more was really needed - that love never runs out of gas in Bollywood movies. - Copyright SearchIndia.com.