In this fast-changing scenario, the concept of Hindi films has undergone a radical change. If Hawas, Murder and Aitraaz spoke of married women cheating on their husbands behind their back, Aksar goes a step further: In this film, the wife blatantly cheats on her husband right in front of his eyes. Piping hot concept, isn't it?
Aksar, directed by Ananth Narayan Mahadevan, takes a look at relationships. The story isn't about two men fighting for a woman. This one has a complex theme. In terms of storyline, Aksar does push the envelope, but the question is, will the orthodox Indian moviegoer digest the theme?