Karar-The Deal, Hindi Bollywood Film Movie review, Johnson Thomas, Rating: * *
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Hindi film Review
Film: Karar- The Deal: A not-so-decent enterprise
Cast: Mahek, Tarun , Jyoti and Shashi Vaidya
Rating: * *
Karar- The Deal is a small but intriguing attempt. The plot is borrowed from the Matt Dillon starrer ‘Wild things’ with some desi ingredients thrown-in to fool the plagiarism police. There are some interesting ingredients too, designed to whet your appetite. Two beautiful leading ladies willing to shed their clothes at the drop of a hat and some inveigling old hits remixed( and that was legally done) and inventively choreographed. It’s an interesting method for compiling a cinema.
The treatment though is nothing new. Heavy doses of heavy petting, compromising positions and wet dances by both the heroines raise the temperatures by a bit. The locations(UK, South Africa) are visually appealing. Producer Shashi Vaidya assays the role of the wheel-chair bound heart patient referred lovingly as Dadaji, with a fair bit of aplomb.. Jyoti Rana as the nurse Annie who is caught between her lover Dr Aryan and his new wife, Nikita(Mahek), makes her skin-titillating presence felt. Mahek is bankable enough but the plotting is a little too slip-shod. The unaccomplished dialogue delivery and poor performance of the lead actor Tarun who plays the role of Dr Aryan Vaid, does put a dampener on your excitement though. Forget the lascivious intent and focus on the song and dance. That’s the only way out of this cold, hard place!