Produced by T Series, Eros International and Colour Yellow Productions. HASEEN DILRUBA is written by Kanika Dhillon and directed by Vinil Mathew.
HD begins in a hurry, rushing through events, incidents and happenings. Characters shift moods, emotions and loyalty at the bat of an eyelid without reason or purpose. The plot is sketchy and so is the script that is mostly inconsistent. There is a ludicrous scene in the movie that would make owners of Bajaj Pulsar proud. The climax is specious with a lot of loopholes that would make BMC feel proud of their potholes.
Poor casting choice Tapasee Pannu pulls down the already fictitious script further with an insipid performance. The male leads Vikrant Massey and Harshvardhan Rane are decent. The rest are OK.
Jaya Krishna’s cinematography is good. Amit Trivedi’s music is a letdown. Dialogues are fine. Shweta Venkat’s editing is messy. Direction is below average.
HASEEN DILRUBA is more like a glorified version of “Savdhaan India” ..
HASEEN DILRUBA – HASEE !!