Beiimaan Love review round-up: Here's what critics have to say about Sunny Leone-starrer
Beiimaan Love review round-up: Here's what critics have to say about Sunny Leone-starrer. Pictured: Sunny Leone in Beiimaan Love posterPR Handout

Sunny Leone-starrer Beiimaan Love, which released on Friday, October 14, has received mixed reviews from critics.

Beiimaan Love is a revenge drama and has Rajniesh Duggall in the male lead role opposite Sunny. Although the film has some steamy love making scenes, it will see Sunny in a never-seen-before avatar. Audience have been praising the Baby Doll star and Rajniesh's sizzling on-screen chemistry. This is the second time Sunny and Rajniesh have teamed up for a movie. They had earlier worked together in Ek Paheli-Leela.

Directed by Rajeev Chaudhari, Beiimaan Love has been creating a huge buzz among movie-goers. Also, the sensuous trailer and stills of the movie have raised the expectations of the audience. The film was previously scheduled to clash with M S Dhoni-The Untold Story on September 30, but the makers decided to avoid the box office clash with the much-hyped MS Dhoni biopic, and instead pushed it to October 14.

We bring to you some critics' views and verdict on the movie. Check them out in Beiimaan Love review round-up:

Indian Express said: "The script offers nothing new – a woman betrayed and wrecking revenge is something we have seen hundreds of times. But then, script is hardly the focus of this film. In the acting department, both Sunny and Rajneesh are adequate. The film also marks the acting debut of Sunny's husband, Daniel Weber. Watch it if you are a Sunny Leone fan. In fact, only if you are a Sunny Leone fan."

Rohit Vats of Hindustan Times said: "Beiimaan Love is utterly stupid, and involves absolutely no filmmaking. It's made to provide some voyeuristic pleasure, but fails to do even that. Beiimaan Love is a master-class in anger management. I thought Great Grand Masti was the worst film this year. What a great competition it has in Beiimaan Love!"

Udita Jhunjhunwala of Firstpost said: "Leone may have limited acting skills but whatever she does, she does with such sincerity. As the last scene ends, the following phrase comes up on screen: 'Never take a woman for granted'. A noble sentiment, but in filmmaking one should not take the script, screenplay or craft for granted either."

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