Director : Anant Mahadevan
Starring: Tusshar Kapoor, Udita Goswami, Shreyas
Talpade, Vikas Kalantri, Nauheed Cyrusi, Sophie
A woman discovers that, becoming attracted to the wrong
man can have deadly consequences, in this taut and tense
thriller. Janvi (Udita Goswami) is a woman whose life
would seem ideal on the surface: she runs a thriving
business and is married to Dr Aditya Merchant (Shreyas
Talpade), a psychiatrist.
Mithoon has composed and sung a sentimental number with
romance, pain and love oozing out of it is "Ke bin tere".
Quite a few enjoyable songs in the movie.
AGGAR is a well-made thriller where the three characters
Tusshar Kapoor, Shreyas Talpade and Udita Goswami excel
in their performances. Nauheed Cyrusi, as Udita's
assistang, Sophie Chaudhary as Tusshar's ex girlfriend
who sizzles in a hot opening number and Saadhika are
tood. Tusshar has finally darred to do a negative role
and he is impressive, Shreyas Taplade is brilliant and
Udita Goswami, apart from the sensous scenes, has also
done well in intense situations in the movie.
Producers : Narendra Bajaj,
Banner : Shri Siddhivinayak International
Music Director : Himesh Reshammiya
Lyricist : Sayeed Qadri
Cinematographer : K. Rajkumar
Story Writer : Anant Mahadevan
Editors : Bunty Nagi, Manish More
Art Director : Chokas Bharadwaj
Action Director : Allan Amin
Sound Designer : J. P. Sehgal
Audiography : Navin Shah
Choreographer : Remo
Playback Singers : Roop Kumar Rathod, Mithoon, Hamza
Farooqui, Tulsi Kumar, Shilpa Rao, Sharmishtha
Cassettes and CD's on : T-Series
Tusshar Kapoor as Aryan
Shreyas Talpade as Dr. Adi Merchant
Udita Goswami as Janvi
But a faint air of discontent
has begun to creep into her relationship when she begins
suspecting her husband of having an extra-marital affair
with Radha (Saadhika), an interior designer.
This is when Aryan (Tusshar Kapoor), who by chance, joins
Janvi's company. For the first time Janvi gets drawn into
an acquaintance Aryan. She impulsively gets drawn into a
steamy affair with him, which she believes will give her
something to live for. But in a strange twist of events
she realizes that she has stumbled badly and tries to
break off her affair. Aryan, however, is not willing to
give her up so easily, and his attraction to her soon
becomes a dangerous obsession threatening to wipe out Dr
Adi's existence forever.
Aggar is a story of electrifying Passion, Betrayal and
The film is neatly shot, progresses breezily with a fair
share of love, romance, passion, betrayal and ends with a
edge of the seat climax.
- Aniz Filmvala