STORY: A man (Rajeev Khandelwal) awakens in the healing center with scrappy memory of his past life. All he knows is that his name is Armin and he is from Paris. And after that, he begins getting dreams of a killed lady. As he tries to assemble bits of this jigsaw astound, he meets Kavya (Gauahar Khan), who turns into his friend. Before long, another murder happens. Is it accurate to say that someone is attempting to edge Armin?
Survey: If you’ve viewed Rajeev‘s before film Samrat and Co., Fever will feel well known. It is pretty much as crude and convoluted. It styles itself as a thriller however is excessively mind-desensitizing, making it impossible to make a check. You’ll make sense of very early which way the film is going, much sooner than Armin makes the disclosure.
It is difficult to excuse great performing artists when they diminish themselves to such parts. Rajeev, who was mesmeric in Aamir, still remains a one-time ponder in Bollywood. Gauahar isn’t half terrible (however the precious stone stud on the mole over the lip was diverting). Bond young lady Caterina Murino and Gemma Atkinson were squandered.
Be that as it may, for this situation, Rajeev Jhaveri’s mixed up and buzzword ridden script plays the spoiler. Added to that, he packs the film to the overflow with silly discoursed. Test this, when a performing artist makes a section, a tune out of sight goes — ‘She is so hot, much the same as a tequila shot…’ (We have eyes, let us choose!) Spouses separate since they “colonize” each other’s personalities. When somebody asks Armin, what would she be able to get him, he answers, “My identity…” You get the float?
Khandelwal is genuine in his desi Sherlock act (he gorillas Cumberbatch, making his conclusions from the signs popping on screen) however has no backing from the plot. You wish the author executive had utilized some rationale, the film wouldn’t have been this senseless.
The pleasant regions (snow-topped Swiss Alps?) could give some rest however the stunning foundation score and spent storyline ought to be reason enough to avoid this one. The delayed flavor impression can be best portrayed in a line from the motion picture, “Life is an attempt at manslaughter. Everything happens by accident…” We expect, so did Fever.