Sanjana hallucinates that her boyfriend Rohan is severely injured and is desperately in need of help.
Sanjana’s hallucinations are because of an injury to her head and the medication. At least that is what her doctor and friend tells her.
Recollecting very little of the kidnapping of Rohan, who is the elder son of a business tycoon; Sanjana (Karisma Kapoor) slowly begins to believe that there is a ‘connection’ with what is happening in her life today with what had happened in an earlier life.
Soon enough, you are transported back in time where in a different setting, characters that resemble Sanjana and Rohan experience difficult circumstances.
Somehow, Sanjana with the help of an expert in ‘past life regression’ enables her to unravel the ‘hidden’ knowledge that lies behind her visualisations.
The screenplay doesn’t live up to a smooth sequence of Sanjana’s experiences, for you are left in the lurch, while suddenly Sanjana’s character is seen in another avatar, in another world.
While the search for Rohan’s kidnapper is in full swing under the leadership of chief investigation officer Singh (Jimmy Shergill), Sanjana’s inputs based on her ‘visualizations’ are quite easily assimilated into the investigative process.
The direction and the story take you across not one or two of Sanjana’s experiences, but several of them. There are twists in the tale for sure except that it lacks a sincere punch!
Karisma Kapoor, Jimmy Shergill, Ravi Kissen and the supporting cast deliver a standard performance; their acting skills though aren’t tested much.
One of the different era's that Sanjana’s visualization takes her, goes back several hundred years; set in Rajastan, the attention to detail is good, the lingo seemed authentic and one of the characters include a convincing (Ravi Kissen).
Taking you across different eras, featuring fantastic sets and even better costumes under the pretext of comprehending what is relative in today’s crisis of a situation... is definitely a basis for a good detective story.
Yet the thriller effect does not ride anywhere near...
‘Dangerous Ishhq’ is watchable only if have the patience to sit through different eras to solve the mystery behind a kidnapping.
Releasing on 10th May in Dubai, Abu Dhabi UAE, Dangerous Ishhq (hindi movie) is a thriller starring Karisma Kapoor, Rajniesh Duggall, Jimmy Sheirgill and Divya Dutta.
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Dangerous Ishhq (hindi movie) is a thriller directed by Vikram Bhatt.