Cast: Akash, Shilpa Anand, Tripta Parashar, Mukesh Tiwari
Directed by: Arup Dutta
Creative Director: Aroti Bhattacharya (?)
Review by: Faisal Saif
What do you call a movie which has a Promising start, Attractive Songs and Eye-Catching promotions but fails to entertain or enlighten you with the story? Plus you also witness some Performances (Especially Tripta Parashar) which can be easily termed as the worst performances in the history of Indian Cinema. Yes! Bloody Isshq is the perfect set example here.
Natasha (Tripta Parashar) is multimillionaire in Bangkok who meets with an accident which is life-threatening. Enter Nirvaan Shroff (Akash) who saves Natasha from the accident but his attitude and the rough around the edges persona attracts her to him. But Nirvaan is not the one to be taken in easily. And he is surely not behind Natasha’s money (At least, That’s what he keeps repeating in the film in every new scene), He even burns the expensive car in a “Laadla-Sridevi” style which is gifted to him by Natasha. A wager from her friend starts the game of seduction between Natasha and Nirvaan. But what unfolds is something that even Natasha had not thought of. She actually falls for him, not knowing the fact that Nirvaan is married to Radhika (Shilpa Anand) who is staying in Pattaya and going through a serious surgery. Natasha’s uncle Vikram Rathod (Mukesh Tiwari) is cop who suspects Nirvaan and his ambitions. Natasha often refers him as Mama/Mamu (In a way which is sure to make you laugh your lungs out). What happens next and what Nirvaan does is what forms the finale of Bloody Isshq.
It was really a surprise to see a very talented actress like Shilpa Anand in a very small role of Raadhika (Nirvaan’s wife). On a serious note, Shilpa Anand is an actress to look out for. According to me, It’s Shilpa who steals the show and walks away with the Cake.The makers should have cast Shilpa Anand in the role of Natasha (Which was originally performed by bad acting ‘Legend’ Tripta Parashar). Mukesh Tiwari acts well in a small but a Brief role.
Director Arup Dutta chose a wrong script (Aroti Bhattacharya) this time. At one point of the time, The screenplay confuses you so much that you feel you are being taken for a Ride. Someone said Arup Dutta is the same director who made ‘Morning Walk’. From my point of view, Arup Dutta must start taking some Long Walks. Cinematography of the film is good and eye-catching. Music of the film is very good. But the moment you watch the songs on the screen, You feel a big let-down.
My final words of advice? If you want to take a ‘Revenge’ from someone, Make the person watch Bloody Isshq for once.