BEIIMAAN LOVE is an account of two significant others, both having shrouded plans against each other. The film’s flashback expresses that, after Sunaina Verma (Sunny Leone) gets offended and faulted by her supervisor K.K Malhotra (Rajiv Verma), she wants to render retribution against him and his realm. She, then, with the assistance of Monish (Yuvraj Singh) sets on the money related devastation spree of ‘K.K Industries’, which is claimed by K.K Malhotra. Then again, K.K Malhotra’s child Raj Malhotra (Rajniesh Duggal) lays a wager with Monish for a (minor) one rupee that he will have Sunaina as his sweetheart, after Sunaina slaps him freely. Keeping in mind the end goal to win the wager, Raj puts on a show to ‘becomes hopelessly enamored with’ her and makes her succumb to him.
Be that as it may, step by step, he begins growing genuine affections for Sunaina, who, all the while goes hard and fast to complete of ‘K.K Industries’. Upon the arrival of the engagement of Raj and Sunaina, K.K Malhotra finds an unforgiving reality about Sunaina’s mom’s past, which prompts the engagement getting canceled. This damages Sunaina’s mom so much that she submits suicide. In the mean time, K.K Malhotra’s ‘richy-rich’ closest companion Amarnath Kapoor (Avtar Gill) ‘strikes an arrangement’ with him expressing that, in return of Raj wedding his (untamed and wild) little girl, he will make ‘K.K Industries’ absolutely obligation free and back the business. Instantly after Raj’s engagement with Amarnath Kapoor’s little girl, Raj sees something exceptionally unpalatable about his eventual spouse. Broken to the center, he hits the container and ‘does a reversal’ to Sunaina. Who does Raj wed at last, what was it about his eventual spouse that smashs Raj and does Sunaina pardon Raj… is the thing that structures whatever is left of the film.
In the wake of having fiddled with film news coverage and PR, Rajeev Chaudhary made his introduction as a chief with the non-starter titled GUNAAH. Despite the fact that BEIIMAAN LOVE happens to be his second film, it would appear that a to a great degree beginner endeavor at film making, with no specialized artfulness or aptitude to gloat of. Rajeev Chaudhary comes up short hopelessly in removing the required execution (read ‘feelings’) from his lead cast, which adds to the film’s distresses and agonies. While the film’s first half is about setting up its characters, its second half begins skirting the real issue with no reason. The film’s second half drags perpetually, accordingly, testing the tolerance of the viewers without limitations. Rajeev Chaudhary appears to have no idea regarding what precisely he needed to make out of BEIIMAAN LOVE.
In the event that the frightful screenplay wasn’t sufficiently convoluted, even the on-screen characters in the film look completely confounded and ungainly when playing out the severely scratched scenes. There are a few minutes in the film that bring out inadvertent chuckling. One basically begins pondering in dismay while taking a gander at the procedures in the film. Try not to miss the scene between Avatar Gill and the performing artist who plays his little girl. It’s clever to the center, absolutely unintented obviously.
Concerning the exhibitions, in spite of the nearness of Sunny Leone, the film looks without any “sunny” execution from her or anybody so far as that is concerned. Point the finger at it on the repulsive script or the poor bearing, Sunny Leone looks completely confounded and lost all through the film. Likewise, with no sex consider (something that Sunny Leone got to be well known for), there’s nothing for her fans to anticipate. Then again, with a to a great degree forgettable Box-Office flop LAAL RANG as his last discharge, the going is by all accounts getting from awful to more terrible for Rajneesh Duggal with BEIIMAAN LOVE. While Rajneesh Duggal’s battle to discover his place under the sun in with BEIIMAAN LOVE is really clear, the script plays the lowlife by not permitting him to do anything out of the crate. Other senior cast individuals go over caricaturish in nature, while some side performing artists in the film are simply appalling and past your understanding.
In spite of the nearness of various music chiefs (Ankit Tiwari, Kanika Kapoor, Raghav Sachar, Sanjeev Darshan, Asad Khan, Asees), the film neglects to produce even a solitary chartbuster track (the end credit tune in any case). The film’s experience score (Aniruddha Kale) is horrendous and confounds the scenes.
While the film’s cinematography is tasteless, the altering (Sadique Singh) is loathsome.
All in all, BEIIMAAN LOVE is an awful film that seems to be a parody video as opposed to a genuine component film. The film is a fiasco from the word go and will battle in the cinema world because of its terrible substance and no buildup.
Review by Adi