‘Main Zaroor Aaunga’ is infused with cliché-ridden dialogues, dull expressions and a lack of chemistry. Yash Malhotra, a renowned & successful businessman of Switzerland, falls in love with a model, Lisa. They get married and live a blissful life until a fashion photographer Peter enters and Lisa falls for him.
Main Zaroor Aaunga Movie Rating
Critic’s Rating: 1.5/5
When Lisa (Aindrita Ray) is caught cheating on her husband Yash Malhotra (Arbaaz Khan), with her lover Peter (Vikas Verma), it leads to a horrifying conspiracy.
Main Zaroor Aaunga Movie Review
Yash Malhotra’s absence raises a cloud of suspicion, for he was wealthy and in a seemingly happy marriage. But, this loving husband was ruthlessly stabbed to death and buried away by none other than his unfaithful wife and her lover.
Amid dramatised sensuous scenes that needlessly eat up lead actress Aindrita Ray’s screen time, and leave her with almost no dialogues to mouth, her character’s tormenting hallucinations are supposed to drive the plot ahead. And they do, but not in the way one would hope. “Main Zaroor Aaunga,” promises Yash, and strange communications from the beyond begin to haunt all the accomplices. Flashbacks, blended with the scenes, may make you wonder what’s scarier – Arbaaz Khan’s performance as a ghost or his act before his character’s murder. The latter is infused with cliché-ridden dialogues, dull expressions and a lack of chemistry between the lead pair. You may even wonder how gunshots can possibly leave an impact on a ghost, and laugh it off without seeking a plausible explanation. But wait, such abrupt transitions and glitches do lead you somewhere close to a rather unpredictable climax.
Although the film aims to mix the genre of horror with thriller, ‘Main Zaroor Aaunga’ fails to both, thrill and scare the audience, and you may not end up admiring anything but the snowclad mountains in the background
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