I have believed this for several years now that if a movie has Subhash Ghai in the credits for direction, well it is completely and totally avoidable. Kisna only reinforced my belief.
The cinematography is good. There are some stunning visuals, the firangi babe included, in the movie.
Music is passable. Could have been better, but could have been worse too.
Now, what I disliked in this movie?
Well, for starters, Ghai believes that the IQ of an average movie goer is, errr, the same as that of George Bush; hovering around 32, I guess. He may be right in way, why else would one waste the time watching his movies? But it hurts.
The Indian actress - yet another find of Subhash Ghai, is extremely athletic. She could join the Indian gymnast delegation in the next Olympics, but I am not sure movies are for her. At the risk of being a little too harsh on her (Isha, right?), she could also consider joining Russian circus.