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Ek Haseena Thi Ek Deewana Tha movie review: We rate this movie zero

Ek Haseena Thi Ek Deewana Tha motion picture chief: Suneel Darshan 

Ek Haseena Thi Ek Deewana Tha motion picture cast: Natasha Fernandez, Upen Patel, Shiv Darshan 

Ek Haseena Thi Ek Deewana Tha motion picture: Zero star 

Once upon the late 80s, there were the Darshan Brothers (Suneel and Dharmesh) who made huge spending melodic dramatizations fronted by enormous stars and infectious music. Between the two, they created and coordinated a bundle of blockbusters—Lootere, Raja Hindustani, Dhadkan, Andaaz, Barsaat, Jaanwar, hectically producing one film after the other till around 2004-5. The Suneel-Dhamesh movies were especially a piece of the silver screen of now is the right time (remote areas for the tune and-move, and all out acting for whatever is left of it ) and such stars as Sunny Deol, Akshay Kumar, Karisma Kapoor and Juhi Chawla profited gigantically from their ubiquity. 

Both Aamir Khan and Karisma Kapoor went to the highest point of the stack with the 1996 Raja Hindustani — Karisma got an enduring makeover, and Aamir a significant other kid part which the group of onlookers of the day cherished; the two shared a long, enthusiastic kiss of the sort which would have given another producer of the time, now CBFC boss Pahlaj Nihalani, a noteworthy coronary. 

Why am I describing points of interest of time long passed by as opposed to informing you regarding Suneel Darshan's new film presenting his child Shiv Darshan in the number one spot? Since there is nothing to state. Ek Haseena Thi Ek Deewana Tha makes you review, affectionately, the schlocky, kitschy film-production of the 90s which was all things considered brimming with shading and music: Suneel, who unmistakably hasn't stayed aware of the circumstances, thinks of a pitifully obsolete arrangement of reels, smelling emphatically of mothballs and frightful acting all round. 

In the event that you should know, it's about a couple of mates and an apparition, and an antagonist of the piece, each as screamingly dreadful as the other. In the two hours I spent in the theater, I was constrained into inquiring as to why an once keen movie producer would do a wonder such as this. Is it true that it was entirely about dutiful obligation? 

While you concoct an answer, and do fill me in as to whether you thought of something, I will abandon you with a few exchanges: 'stick ka kaam hai chipakna, chipakte hain' (swallow) ; 'sleep time story toh bahut sunaai hai, abdominal muscle awful time story suno'. Terrible time is correct. What's more, this last one, which basically aggregates up this supposed film, and my 'mann ki baat': 'goodness god yeh sab kya ho raha hai'.

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