Published On: Mon, Feb 8th, 2016

5 Causes of the failure of Sanam Teri Kasam

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2016 Bollywood romantic movie which is directed by the couple Radhika Rao and Vinay Sapru and produced by Deepak Mukut, Sanam Teri Kasam has not made much buzz in the theaters. Pakistani eminent actress Mawra Hocane and Harshvardhan Rane has debuted in this Bollywood venture but our homegrown talent deserves credit for her acting prowess in the movie.

In, Sanam Teri Kasam, Mawra played a lead role as Saraswati Parthasarthy (aka Saru) with Indian actor Harshvardhan Rane as Inder Parihar.  The duo’s graceful chemistry was the just keeping elegance in the two-and-a-half hour movie.

Here are some causes (spoiler alert) which will assist you to choose whether this movie is worth a watch.

  1. You know the ending before it starts

The movie begins with some shots which illustrate a heartbroken Inder standing under the shade of a tree that reads Saraswati Parihar (1994-2005). It shows that the heroin dies in the course of the movie, no happy ending.

  1. The never-ending ‘bechari’ syndrome

The Pakistani leading actress doesn’t stop shedding tears even in Bollywood big screen. She gives us yet another tear-ridden role. She performed a nerdy girl role who suffers from the so-called victim personality.

  1. it’s all about impressing guys

The role of Mawra seems to just have one aim in life: to impress the opposite sex so she can get married. But her Sati Savitri (simple) gaze is the main obstruction; her anxiety gets the better of her. She ends up on Inder’s door at 4 am begging for a beauty transformation.

She rejected by approximately 10 guys then Saru’s astonishing transformation makes her crush (Inder) swoon over her and she eagerly accepts his marriage proposal.

  1. Indigestible dialogues

There are some dialogues which are impressible, “Main itni easily give up nahi karti. Main nayi Saru ban ke office jaongi,” here is another “Wife ko permission nahi doge, toh kaise jaegi?

  1. The never-ending end

Saru’s death was an exhausting affair, one which rejected to end and went on forever and ever.

About the Author

Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.

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