CAST & CREW
Set in an atmosphere of confusion and chaos, Karma aur Holi takes on to a series of events that follow each another. Directed in America, this movie has a unique story to offer.
Plot A movie shot in the US goes this way. Once upon a time, there lived an NRI couple, Sushmita Sen, and Randeep Hooda, in a posh area in America. They want to conceive but cannot. Randeep Hooda is busy trying to save his drowning business. Sushmita’s sister is an over protective mother whose teenage son is growing up with puberty taking on him. During the festival of Holi, they host a gathering and invite a lot of guests. Numerous events follow this. To keep you wide awake and unfold each event, watch the film soon.
Analysis: A movie so badly made that watching it is a curse. Not only is the story so weird but also the execution. The dialogues are hilariously spoken and don’t have a head or toe. The location and the Holi party don’t seem to have any kind of connection. The movie is a mess and shot in a haphazard manner.
Star Performance: The film has a perfect star cast. Sushmita Sen is gorgeous in her role. She enacts the role of a hostess really well and is a treat to the eyes. Randeep Hooda is pretty good. The most enjoyable character is the one played by Rati Agnihotri.
What is there?
1. The use of abusive language.
2. Poor screenplay and cinematography.
3. A story that is an unmitigated mess.
What is not there?
1. Sense making comical lines.
2. A decent music album.
3. Good dubbing skills
Verdict: Going to the theater and spending your hard earned money would be an unwise decision. Instead, watch it on the DVD and laugh uncontrollably. It’s a movie with nothing to look upon.
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