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    Critics Review

    • Anant Mahadevan delves into the thriller territory and delivers yet another average product after Aksar, in the form of Aggar.On the lines of Murder, Zeher and The Train (producers Shyam and Narendra Bajaj’s previous film), Aggar is a story of love, lust, betrayal, murder laced with a twist in the tale.

      Aryan (Tusshar Kapoor) is mentally wrecked and ends up in an asylum after he accidentally murders his unfaithful girlfriend (Sophie Chaudhary) in a fit of rage. Enter Dr Aditya Merchant (Shreyas Talpade) a psychiatrist with a known track record of successful cases, who takes it on him to make him alright again. He manages to get his patient out of the sanatorium and confidently tells him that he will cure him in a few months’ time. In just a matter of a few days, Aryan manages to impress Ritu (Nauheed Cyrusi) who works under Jahnvi (Udita Goswami), a rich, seductive and stylish woman. On the other hand the doctor is having major marital problems with Jahnvi who happens to be his wife. She suspects him of having an affair and gradually finds comfort in the arms of Aryan who first impresses her with his working skills. The problem arises when the lonely Aryan actually falls deeply for her, while she realizes that her hubby was actually planning a surprise for her and not cheating on her.
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