Beiimaan Love review: A terrible, torturous Sunny Leone film, zero star
Cast: Sunny Leone, Rajniesh Duggal
Director: Rajeev Chaudhari
Smoking kills, so do tight close-ups.
Just when you’re adjusting in your seat after the anti-smoking advertisement, you catch Sunny Leone looking directly into your face. She breaks into a dance without a warning. Her tight close-ups are all over the screen as if the director saying, “I know why you’re here.”
We’re told that Sunaina (Sunny Leone) is a treacherous businesswoman who has worked her way up. Her competitor Raj Malhotra (Rajniesh Duggal) has lost another contract to her shrewd strategies. They have a history that’s as obvious as the expressions of singers dancing with Sunny Leone in a song. Just replace them in the same template and you have got a new number.
The long lost lovers have vowed to destroy each other. But, is there still something left inside their hearts?
I just did what should get me a pat on the back. I tried to find a story in a Sunny Leone film! Sincerity is a habit, not a conscious decision.
This attempted unscrupulous game of deceit is basically a compilation of three things: drunk people, people coming downstairs and people staring at Sunny Leone. You can decide to not be the third kind.
Beiimaan Love is utterly stupid, and involves absolutely no filmmaking. It’s made to provide some voyeuristic pleasure, but fails to do even that.
Just how much can you stare at high heels and women in neon bikinis? There has to be a limit. If you still keep watching it in anticipation of a story, then I will judge you.
The only highlight in the film is a scene where Sunaina dances with her domestic help in the kitchen. The kind of dance people do when they’re in love. The help looks scarred for life. The pain on her face is remarkable. She might have doubled her fees after that scene.
Unfortunately for her, this was the only moment when I felt happy in this 120-minute sleazy music video. I laughed so hard that the people sitting behind me stopped taking selfie in the dark with flashlights on. I hope they couldn’t see my face in the dark. I hope they don’t recognise me on the road.
If it’s of any value, Sunny Leone’s real-life husband Daniel Weber is also in the film. He plays Daniel Peterson. Full marks for creativity.
Beiimaan Love is a master-class in anger management. You sit through it and the world will be at your feet.
I thought Great Grand Masti was the worst film this year. What a great competition it has in Beiimaan Love!