Kal Kissne Dekha Movie Review Hindi
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Kal Kissne Dekha"
Runtime: 2 Hours 14 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 12-06-2009
2 / 5.0

Plot:

As the name of the film, Kal Kissne Dekha, suggests, the movie is all about things related to the future. A young boy called Nihal (Jacky Bhagnani) is a brilliant student. He loves to learn new things. He gets admitted to one of the best colleges. Professor Siddharth Verma ( Rishi Kapoor) is impressed with the young boy's intellectual level. Nihal has a classmate, Meesha ( Vaishali Desai), and he starts developing visions of upcoming dangers in her life. He saves her, and they both fall in love.

Nihal gets another perception regarding a bomb attack in a mall; he manages to save people. The mastermind behind the attack was one of Nihal's friends. He deals with the situation and his friend in a very mature manner.

Analysis:

The producer, Vashu Bhagnani, casts his son, Jackky Bhagnani, as a lead actor in the movie, Kal Kissne Dekha. The producer launched his son with the aspiring hero skills like dancing, acting, flirting and fighting.

The director, Vivek Sharma, who earlier directed ‘ Bhoothnath’, a Bollywood hit, failed to recreate his magic in this movie.

It is the debut for both the leads Vaishali Desai and Jackky Bhagnani. The film didn't pave many ways for the young actor Jacky.

Both the stars are pretty good, but they couldn't raise the standard of the script.

Star performances:

Jackky Bhagnani, played the role of Nihal, a young, handsome college student. The actor looked flawless. He has good dancing and acting skills.

Vaishali Desai, played the role of Nisha Kapoor against Jackky Bhagnani. This young lady looks beautiful on screen and is very talented.

The chemistry of Jackky and Vaishali looked perfect on-screen.

Rishi Kapoor and Riteish Deshmukh had very limited role.

What's there?

1. Jackie danced flawlessly.

2. The locations of Cape Town are pretty good.

3. The story is good.

4. The actress looks beautiful on screen.

What's not there?

1. The film fails to have a proper climax.

2. The direction could have been much better.

3. The movie doesn't grab our attention.

4. The sense of humor was a bit lagging.

5. The college romance seems colorless.

6. Riteish Deshmukh had a very limited role.

Verdict:

If you have excess of time, have a look at this one.