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Dangerous Ishq (2012)   Genre: Thriller

Dangerous Ishq
Genre: Thriller
Release date: May 11, 2012
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Supermodel Sanjana (Karisma Kapoor) and Rohan (Rajneesh Duggal), son of one of the nation's foremost business tycoons have been one of the most popular couples in the social circuit. When Sanjana decides against flying to Paris at the last minute- for a lucrative modeling assignment, she does so, not just because she cannot bear to stay away from her boyfriend Rohan, but more importantly because her instincts push her against going. But what her instincts cannot do is stop Rohan from getting kidnapped. The high profile kidnapping creates chaos in Sanjana's life. The kidnappers demand INR 50 crores. The Police however believe that even paying the ransom will not bring Rohan back.
Director: Vikram Bhatt

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Critics Reviews :  9 Reviews Average Ratings: 3.3

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Taran Adarsh
Taran Adarsh
Bollywood Hungama
On the whole, DANGEROUS ISHHQ is no patch on Vikram Bhatt's earlier achievements. This fantasy-driven film is an epic disappointment!
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Kunal Guha
Kunal Guha
Yahoo
Past life regression is like Reiki or market-linked mutual funds or pay hikes in journalism. You and everybody else has to believe in it wholeheartedly for it to materialize into anything. But this dangerous story that takes us through several births, a few deaths, many rented costumes and some dodgy ruins needs a little more faith and lots of laxatives to digest.
It was only a few weeks ago that producer Vikram Bhatt unleashed Hate Story, an erotic thriller about a woman scorned in the here and now. He’s back, this time as director, with another not-so-erotic thriller about a damsel in grave distress not just in this life but also in many others. Grave is the operative word here for this tale spans across as many as five centuries and as many different stories involving the same star-crossed lady. The protagonist dies many deaths, turns in her grave several times over, and then returns repeatedly for another shot at elusive ishq. It is love unrequited, violated, denied. At the concept level, Dangerous Ishhq does have something going for it beyond the stereoscopic 3D that it has been filmed in. Hindi movie fans are accustomed to high-pitched reincarnation dramas in which characters are reborn in order to complete unfinished business a la Karan Arjun. But this one isn’t only about rebirth.It is just as much about several deaths, loves, betrayals and slayings that go all the back to 17th century Rajasthan, to an era and place where love and longing meant much moaning and groaning under the weight of feudal excesses.The heroine pines for her lover (played by different actors in different eras) across lifetimes only to have circumstances and inimical forces pull her apart from the object of her affection. Yes, you’ve guessed it, Dangerous Ishhq ventures into the domain of past life regression in a rather overstuffed narrative about a supermodel who sees strange visions and must decipher them quickly in order to rescue her lover, the scion of a business family. The guy has been abducted by a foe who has been gunning for the woman for centuries.Karisma Kapur, back on the screen after a nine-year hiatus, continues from where she left off, donning several looks, going the whole distance in justifying her return to the thick of the action, and delivering a performance that is competent, if not entirely convincing. The screenplay is consistent in its convolutions and the further back it goes in time the less sense it seems to make. Sanjana (Karisma) and her beau Rohan (Rajneesh Duggal) are the talk of the town. The high-flying supermodel nixes a prestigious Paris assignment because a whisper in her head tells her that something is about to go amiss. Her lover is kidnapped. Her life is thrown into turmoil. From there on, it is past forward all the way. Part of the time travel, one must confess, is intriguing, if nothing else. But the plot is riddled with moments that stretch credulity to snapping point. The female protagonist is subjected to hypnosis sessions in a bid to help her understand who or what is out to make her life miserable. The truth that emerges and the path that the film takes to get there is anything but hypnotic. The fact that this is Karisma’s comeback vehicle is only of academic interest. So is the film’s toying with the theme of the past living on in the present. The two don’t quite mesh seamlessly enough on the screen to make an impact. You could watch the film for one or the other reason. Karisma makes a fair fist of it. The plot is a problem. It is all over the place.
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Daily Bhaskar
Daily Bhaskar
Daily Bhaskar
Overall, with Dangerous Ishhq, Karisma Kapoor is back with her new innings as a powerful actor, who can prove to be troublesome for the reigning Bollywood beauties.
Mansha Rastogi
Mansha Rastogi
Nowrunning
Dangerous Ishhq is definitely very dangerous... to your sensibilities! Beware!
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Pulkit Datta
Pulkit Datta
TheNRI
Dangerous Ishhq is a film that’s constantly falling short. It falls short of a believable story. Short of convincing acting. And short of almost everything else that would make a film enjoyable. It’s one of those films that assumes the audience to have minimal intelligence, negligent taste, and oodles of patience. Sanjana might have made good use of her past life regression but the film ends up being regressive on so many other levels. The film isn’t worth sitting through its two and a half hours. That is, unless you want to then go back into the past and slap yourself out of the decision to sit through those two and a half hours.
Puja Banta
Puja Banta
www.rediff.com
So here's a plea to all filmmakers -- regressive or progressive -- for the sake of Indian cinema and its viewers, Mirabai and Dr Brian Weiss should be kept as far away from each other as possible.
Komal Nahata
Komal Nahata
KoiMoi
Dangerous Ishhq is boring and insipid.
Shubhra Gupta
Shubhra Gupta
Indian Express
Jimmy Sheirgill is the cop who is in charge of solving the case. He snaps his fingers, and raps out to his underlings : Double up! Quick! There are other men ( Ruslaan Mumtaaz, Arya Babbar) floating around on the periphery, trying to make sense of what they've been asked to do, which could be anything from drawing swords, to consorting with long-haired soothsayers, to getting strapped in chairs with amateur-looking bombs that look as if they've been assembled from a toy kit.

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