Film Critic: Goher Iqbal Punn
Director: Ashfaque Makrani
Cast: Azim and Faith
Ashfaque Makrani’s directorial venture ‘Qasam Se Qasam Se’ stars Azim, Faith, Satish Kaushik and Rakhi Sawant in the lead. The romantic flick is of 2 hours and 30 minutes duration thus it means you will have to suffer the bad flick for this long time in theater. Now it depends on you whether you bear it sitting inside the theater or leave it to do something interesting. A fully boring outing, Qasam Se Qasam Se has nothing to allure you though the makers have tried to put masala in it by adding more than ten songs (around twelve songs) into the narrative and all seem forced. The story in dull and the script is utterly mundane with so many holes.
The story tells that the love for the couple – Azim and Faith is like breaking all barriers as long as they happen to be together. The flick launches Azim, the son of the producer Nazim Rizvi. The film is laced with full of humorless one liners, prolonged emotional drama and with the question will the couple or will they not be together. Having so much on one plate, the film really losses its worth and makes the viewer confused. There is a student movement which is out to fight for the justice. Love fears no one and the leading pair is against all even the death.
The film starts off with Professor Dilnaaz Doodhwala who quiz the students what the ellipsis or acronym stands for. The answers for the question are bound to shock the viewer and so if the teacher also (played by Rakhi Sawant).
The script is laced with so many faults – the big one is that the songs have been forcibly placed into the narrative like they have been placed on the situations of Rose Day, College Day, Farewell Day, Chocolate Day or many more situations. The direction is poor. Cinemotogrpahy is okay. Editing is not up to the mark. Music is lackluster and boring.
No one in star cast even the leading cast Azim and Faith attract the viewers.
On the whole, the film is a baldy made boring product.
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