Desi Sharon Stone, anyone? In "Sheesha" Neha Dhupia plays the modern-day version of the good twin-bad twin saga that Rakhee had pulled off in Subodh Mukherjee's "Sharmilee" more than three decades ago.
Siya is love, Riya is lust, and the rest is one huge libidinous cat-and-mouse game with the mute Riya posing as Siya to get her sister's man into bed.
Be it a case of sinister-in-law or routine raunchiness at sleek Bangkok locations, every component in "Sheesha" screams with an energetic eroticism.
If Dhupia displayed a certain aesthetic provocativeness in "Julie", she has pulled out all the stops in her role in "Sheesha".