Aa Dekhen Zara – A Date With Fate (2009) Review

Aa Dekhen Zara – A Date with Fate (2009) is a Bollywood thriller/romantic movie directed by Jehangir Surti. Ray Acharya (Neil Nitin Mukesh) is a struggling photographer. Nothing has been working for him until he inherits a very special camera from his grandfather that changes Ray s destiny overnight. His meets the love of his life, Simi (Bipasha Basu) who is an exciting sexy DJ with a mind of her own. However, great power comes with great responsibility and in Rays case, also great danger.

Aa Dekhen Zara – A Date With Fate (2009) Review

Aa Dekhen Zara – A Date with Fate (2009) is a Bollywood thriller/romantic movie directed by Jehangir Surti. Ray Acharya (Neil Nitin Mukesh) is a struggling photographer. Nothing has been working for him until he inherits a very special camera from his grandfather that changes Ray s destiny overnight. His meets the love of his life, Simi (Bipasha Basu) who is an exciting sexy DJ with a mind of her own. However, great power comes with great responsibility and in Rays case, also great danger. He must now face up to the dark side of reality and win not only against the evil forces but also against fate. Aa Dekhen Zara is a fast-paced, romantic musical thriller with some great edge of the seat action?
Aa Dekhen Zara - A Date With Fate (2009) Review
Aa Dekhen Zara - A Date With Fate (2009) Review
Trailer of Aa Dekhen Zara
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Released on      : 27 March 2009
Language/Type     : Hindi /U/A
Casting     : Neil Nitin Mukesh, Bipasha Basu, Amrita Arora, Koena Mitra, Rahul Dev, Sophie Choudhary, Bobby Vats, Shrivas Nydu, Deepak Dhariwal, Biswajeet Chatterjee.
Directed by     : Jehangir Surti
Music Director     : Pritam, Gourov Dasgupta
Lyrics     : Irshad Kamil, Syed Gulrez, Anand Bakshi
Producer     : Viki Rajani

Released in the Follwing Movie Halls in Calcutta/Kolkata: INOX City Centre , INOX Swabhumi , Priya, Jaya, New Empire, Ajanta, Basusree, Purabi , Star Theatre , Talkie Show House

Overall Rating: 2.2/5
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Ratings: 3/5 Reviewer:Nikhat Kazmi Site:TimesOfIndia

It’s a smart new concept, a snazzy coupling between Neil and Bipasha and a thriller’s edge that keeps Aa Dekhen Zara cruising along. The plot does tend to lose its grip in-between, but gets back on the rails before a crackling climax. Neil, who had already grabbed eyeballs in his debut venture, Johnny Gaddar, once again displays an easy charm and an effortless grace before the camera. He’s roguish, yet vulnerable, all at the same time. Now that’s a heady cocktail, indeed! And Bipasha too proves she’s lucky with the boys…Remember her fundoo act with young Ranbir Kapoor in Bachna Ae Haseenon?

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Ratings: 2/5 Reviewer:Taran Adarsh Site:BollywoodHungama

In a nutshell, AA DEKHEN ZARA promises the moon, but what you eventually get in return is merely a mirage. On the whole, AA DEKHEN ZARA had the potential to be an exciting fare, but the post-interval portions prove a deterrent. The fantastic promotion coupled with the popular musical score will ensure ample footfalls in the opening weekend, but the film lacks the stamina to run steadily.

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Ratings: 1/5 Reviewer:RajeevMasand Site:IBNLive

For a thriller, Aa Dekhen Zara is awfully snail-paced, and every moment in that dark-room waiting for photographs to develop feels like real time. Neil Nitin Mukesh is stiff for the most part and fails to leave much of an impression. Bipasha Basu, saddled with a thankless role, can’t do much to help either.First-time director Jehangir Surti fails to inject that edge-of-the-seat excitement into this thriller, making it a long, tedious affair. I’ll go with one out of five for Aa Dekhen Zara; believe me the future has never looked so bleak.

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Ratings: 1.5/5 Reviewer:Raja Sen Site:Rediff

I’m not sure what director Jehangir Surti was trying to achieve with this film utterly lacking in originality or intelligence, but let’s assume he tried to make a fun children movie. Yet this is fantasy by-the-numbers, the script coming together as if assembled by a couple of 14-year-old who have sneaked a couple of espressos. All the elements you can think of are in place, but nothing connects. Judging by the fact that a couple of 10-year-olds behind me were gleefully predicting every scene ahead, either the film’s soothsaying camera is more common than we know or — and, admittedly more realistically — the same can be said for the generic plot.

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Ratings: 3.5/5 Reviewer: Site:IndiaGlitz

When previous week’s releases catered to specified groups: either multiplex or single screen audiences, ‘Aa Dekhen Zara’ savors to the best for all… Possibly, for those buffs of ‘Final Destination Series’, it may not exceed your expectations. But, pace dropping off in the latter part adds to the negative traits. But loaded with finest songs, it eclipses those diminishing factors.

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