Published On: Sat, Feb 6th, 2016

Review : Sanam Teri Kasam


Release date : Feb 05, 2016 Rating : 1.5/5

Director : Radhika Rao, Vinay Sapru

Producer : Deepak Mukut

Music Director : Himesh Reshammiya

Starring : Harshvardhan Rane, Mawra Hocane

Newcomers Mawra Hocane and Harshwardhan Rane make their debut with directors Radhika Rao and Vinay Sapru’s Sanam Teri Kasam which has hit the screens today. Lets see how the film turns out to be.


Saru (Mawra Hocane) is a south Indian girl who just can’t find a man of her dreams. This is where she decides to get a makeover and Inder (Harshvardhan Rane), who is a criminal, helps her do it.

Inder and Saru stay in the same building but Saru’s father finds out about this an hell breaks out loose. During this time, Inder also helps Saru find her love but instead falls in love with her. But there is a twist in the tale which comes up to shock us all. To know what is the twist, you need to watch the film on the big screen.

Positive Points:

Bollywood is a place for newcomers and who come in to try their luck in the big world of bollywood, but only a few actually succeed in making a mark in the industry. This week’s release too saw two new talents on the silver screens in the names of Mawra Hocane and Harshwardhan Rane.

Both the actors are decent for a debut and looked good on screen. We still wish for them to have a good future. Mawra is stunning, while Harshwardhan’s chiseled body is a visual treat. Their chemistry too is rocking and stays with the viewers.

Negative points:

The movie is overly dramatic and is only about bringing tears to your eyes. There is too too much of drama, which keeps on stretching and ultimately boring the audiences to the core. While the first part of the film is the adaptation of Jassi Jaisi Koi Nahi serial, the second is somewhat a bit like A Walk To Remember.

The script of the movie is the biggest letdown and has no substance in it. The length of the film is elongated to the extent that the story stops making sense after the first half an hour or so.

Technical aspects:

Technically too the film is an absolute disappointment. From the editing that is bad with the scenes not being linked to the each other, to an even worse cinematography, nothing works well here. The songs, especially the one with Vijay Raaz and a few item girls is absolute nonsensical. Director is still living in the 90’s and his outdated thinking is clearly shown in the movie as the sequences and dialogues are too clichéd.


On a whole, we wonder what such good actors were thinking while signing such a torture film. We would have loved to watch the pair in a better movie. If you are still hellbent on watching the film for its songs, then go ahead but for others, they can skip it completely. Rating : 1.5/5