Even though there is nothing outstanding about the film's script, the film's premise still holds promise due to its unusual story (Radhika Rao & Vinay Sapru) and simplicity. The years of experience that the film's directors (Radhika Rao & Vinay Sapru) have in terms of technicalities and other aspects clearly shows in the film.
On the whole, SANAM TERI KASAM is a decent assortment of good performances and superb music. However, the excessive length of the film will act as a biggest single drawback at the box-office.
Every good love story has a touch of the absurd. But Sanam Teri Kasam is neither a believable romantic yarn nor are its stabs of stupidity within the realms of the passable. The film is helmed by not one but two directors, and that’s one too many, but it’s completely directionless.
Sanam Teri Kasam is excruciatingly painful. The torture it inflicts has as much to do with its length as with what transpires between the start and end points. This is an unmitigated disaster, a travesty of the medium that only a miracle can save from sinking without a trace.