Dangerous Ishhq is a 2012 Bollywood Supernatural thriller film directed by Vikram Bhatt and starring Karisma Kapoor in the lead role. The filming began on September 7, 2010. The film was released on May 11, 2012 and received mostly negative reviews. Wikipedia
Dangerous Ishhq Reviews
Ambitious but seriously flawed, the film smacks of laziness in virtually all departments, and even Karisma Kapoor's earnest performance can't save the day. I'm going with one-and-a-half out of five for director Vikram Bhatt's 'Dangerous Ishq'. Plodding on for close to two hours and thirty minutes, this film will make you wish you'd knocked back a stiff one before taking your seat.
Some films manage to baffle you from start to finish. 'Dangerous Ishq' is one of those: it is unbelievable in all kinds of ways, not one of them pleasant. Is this the film Karisma Kapoor, who’s been away on extended mommy leave, chose for a comeback? Seriously?
The film was also being touted as a supernatural thriller. Supernatural it surely is, what with far-fetched characters like a sorceress (Natasha Sinha) and a villain who chases Sanjana through generations. But there is nothing remotely thrilling about the film -- unless some exasperated laughs at the sheer absurdity of the plot can pass off as thrills. And a convoluted ending doesn't make it any better.
At the concept level, Dangerous Ishhq does have something going for it beyond the stereoscopic 3D that it has been filmed in. Hindi movie fans are accustomed to high-pitched reincarnation dramas in which characters are reborn in order to complete unfinished business a la Karan Arjun. But this one isn’t only about rebirth.
Dangerous Ishhq is like watching a Dr Brian Weiss book in 3D, after about 30 pages, it gets monotonous and uninteresting.There’s only so much curiosity you can have in somebody else’s life. By the end of the ordeal you wish to be treated to a past life regression theory to find out what was it that drew you to it.The first line was a ploy to make you read the full review. Go curse your karma now.
On the whole, Dangerous Ishhq is a poor fare. A concussion is more bearable; maybe you’ll have your own past life regression!
On the whole, DANGEROUS ISHHQ is no patch on Vikram Bhatt's earlier achievements. This fantasy-driven film is an epic disappointment!
If you are looking exclusively for some 3D visual entertainment, go for it.
The only good thing this album has is Rahat Fateh Ali Khan. Whatever rating this album gets is purely because of Rahat’s sincerity and dedication towards music which clearly reflects in the songs he performed for the album. And in addition to that, whatsoever smoothness the album has, is credited to none other than Shreya Ghoshal as she delivers some of the finest stuff within her caliber. It’s just Himesh who hammers the last nail in the coffin of this album.