Teeny booper romances have always constituted a major chunk of Indian movies. Kaash Mere Hote is another one in the same category. Adding to it is the track of the obsessed lover, albeit with a change in the gender from the usual ones.
Krissh ( Kumar Saahil) is a fashion photographer who is in love with Radhika (Sneha Ullal). On one of his assignments to Mauritius, he meets a young girl Piya (Sana) who falls in love with him at first sight. She tries to seduce him in every possible manner. In short, Piya wants Krissh at any cost & Radhika is the biggest hurdle in her path. Whether Piya succeeds in creating rifts between Krissh & Radhika, forms the crux of the story.
The screenplay is quite insipid & the performances too aren’t something to boast about. Both the debutants do a strictly Okay job, while Sneha Ullal gives you ample reason to state that Lucky… No Time for Love was a far more successful attempt at acting from her. Rajesh Khanna in a guest appearance doesn’t bring any special charm to the character or the film. The direction too leaves a lot to be desired. On the music front, a couple of songs are at their hummable best.
So Bol meri “Filmi Khopdi” is film mei kitna hain dum ?
Bilkul dam nahi hai. Its like old wine in a new bottle. Nothing new to offer.All in all, Kaash Mere Hote can easily be given a skip.
Rating : 1.5