Niel Nitin Mukesh and Bipasha Basu intend to dazzle you with this so-called thriller titled ‘Aa Dekhen Zara’. However, it appears that the movie disappoints and it does that big time. Read the review of ‘Aa Dekhen Zara’ from some of the top online sites and watch the stills from the movie
Rating – 2/5
“Director Jehangir Surti can’t do much since he’s saddled with a poor script. Music is the sole saving grace. The songs are youthful and energetic, one of the reasons why AA DEKHEN ZARA has generated tremendous interest. Cinematography is good. The chase and stunts are well canned.
On the whole, AA DEKHEN ZARA had the potential to be an exciting fare, but the post-interval portions prove a deterrent. The fantastic promotion coupled with the popular musical score will ensure ample footfalls in the opening weekend, but the film lacks the stamina to run steadily.”
Rating – 1.5/5
The hero and the heroine are chased on cars and boats across Bangkok, as they periodically go heaving their chests and dancing at goons’ dens. The plot itself has such fat loopholes you could stuff a full buffalo inside. The clock still ticks to a countdown of the hero’s death. That’s the problem with knowing the future. You also know when you’re going to die. It means a blank picture in this camera
Rating – 1/5
For a thriller, Aa Dekhen Zara is awfully snail-paced, and every moment in that dark-room waiting for photographs to develop feels like real time. Neil Nitin Mukesh is stiff for the most part and fails to leave much of an impression. Bipasha Basu, saddled with a thankless role, can’t do much to help either.
First-time director Jehangir Surti fails to inject that edge-of-the-seat excitement into this thriller, making it a long, tedious affair. I’ll go with one out of five for Aa Dekhen Zara; believe me the future has never looked so bleak.