Another bold thriller from the Bhatt camp
Bhatt favorite Emran Hashmi attempts to prove his worth once again and again fails to do so. Udita Goswani also is a damp squib as she lacks expressions and just provides steam to the movie. Shamita Shetty, however, easily steals the show. With Mohabbatein being history, she desperately needed to be relaunched. After losing a lot of weight and having a much more glamorous look, Shamita also bags a powerful role in which she proves that she is here to stay. She does an excellent job, especially in her confrontation scenes with Emran, displaying anger, frustration, suspicion, sorrow, are very well done.
The story is quite interesting. The first half is awesome, but it starts to slow down a bit in the second half. However, in the end it is still a good movie. Songs are good, but ‘Woh Lamhe’ is undoubtedly the best track of this album and one of the best of 2005.
Rating: 3.5 / 5