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A truly serious subject is handled with unimaginable vulgarity in this debut feature by Varun Khanna that sacrifices credibility at every turn for abject sensationalism.
A movie this awfully scripted, acted and executed forfeits its right to be forgiven for good intentions.
Unfortunately, the movie is melodramatic and heavy-handed.
Though it can't hide occasionally crude dramatics, pic is an undeniably bold and daring tragedy.
Amateur acting, a wobbly script and a hard-to-swallow finale round out the film, which will, sadly, invoke ridicule in place of shock and anguish.
Khanna addresses the volatile issue of women's rights within Islamic households, and if his sensationalistic debut feature makes its point with a heavy hand, it's also starkly provocative.
The noblest of intentions aren't nearly enough to save the film from its daytime TV amateurishness.
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