Horrible would be a terrible word to describe this deplorable film. It's sad that Jag Mundhra has provoked such a response with this film of his produced by Nari Hira. There's nothing in this film. The production values are so tacky that the sound, in today's day and age, goes ballistic. Dubbing is annoying and acting... well, was anyone? As for the music, it's appalling that such mindless cacophony of noise has been attributed to anyone.
From frame one you know you are caught in a sandstorm with no escape route. I mean for a critic, we have to grin and bear it. The others have the liberty of walking off the theatre. To be fair, the last 10 minutes are bearable. But you don't go to a film for the last 10 minutes, do you?
For a more precise view, please look (if you have the time) into the BRHAM review, the last film from the Magna stable. Nothing has changed since then.