Actress Karisma Kapoor is making a grand comeback through Vikram Bhatt's latest movie Dangerous Ishhq, which deals with Past Life Regression. Although this subject has been explored in Satyajit Ray's Sonar Kella, it seems to be very fresh and interesting affair in this flick. Despite having interesting plot-line, the film suffers a severe set back and that is because of dragging and monotonous second hour.
Dangerous Ishhq is a fantasy film, which is an expedition through hypnosis into one's past life. Karisma Kapoor's performance and Amin Hajee's solid story are the major attractions of the film. Himesh Reshammiya's music, Girish Dhamija's dialogues, amazing 3D effects and trendy costumes are its other highlights.
The movie revolves around a girl's search for her lover through the previous lives. The director has ensured that he keeps the viewer's interest alive by incorporating episodes, which can relate himself/herself immediately. But the story becomes more taxing and boring by the end of the first half. Although the director has included some brilliant moments, he fails to hold the attention of the viewers in the second hour.