Starring: Dino Morea, Milind Soman, Sheetal Menon,
Simone Singh, Chetan Hansraj
Director: Pawan Kaul
is the story of a business tycoon family of two brothers
Shantanu (Dino Morea) and Devendra (Milind Soman)
rolling in the goodies life has to offer. The younger
brother Shantanu is loved by his elder brother and
bhabhi (Simone Singh) who dote on him just as much as he
does on them.
Shantanu falls in love with Antara Tyagi (Sheetal Menon)
the super model. The time comes when his sweetheart and
his brother come face to face.
film keeps shifting between the present and flashback
scenes. We see the tortured damsel in distress Antara,
and Shantanu, her knight in shining armour. Everything
seems to be going well until the intermission. The
second half is faster and works better than the first.
Secrets are revealed, illusions are shattered, and we
begin to see people for what they really are.
Bhram is innovative in its characters, the look and has
free use of profanities. It is not a big budget film and
admirable it is to see the technical perfection,
impressive background score and implementation of new
techniques and creative innovations. The climax shot at
Rohtang Pass is awe inspiring!! Admire the guts to shoot
scenes like this in such difficult locations, which are
simply brilliantly shot, stylized and slick and bring
such freshness in the treatment of relationships!
Devendra - Milind Soman
Antara - Sheetal Menon ... Antara
Devendra reminds Antara
of the man who had raped and murdered her sister.
Accusations fly forth. The film now goes on to
investigate whether Dev, a happily married, rich man,
did actually commit the crime so many years ago.
Everything changes post that. Antara's life had changed
forever after an incident that took place in her
childhood. Shantanu is on a mission to unearth and unmask
this mysterious man from her past.
The story as a whole may not be high class, but treatment
and handling more than made up for it. Debutante Sheetal
Menon, plays a hard core model, who makes no bones nor
made a big deal about her lifestyle. The film has plenty
of steamy scenes and sexy girls. Bhram is spicy, sexy,
saucy and suggestive but the director has maintained
dignity in his treatment and shot takings.
Dino Morea and Sheetal Menon
do a good job. Milind Soman, who plays Shantanu's brother,
does not have much screen time. Simone Singh is like a
breath of fresh air, playing elder brother Milind's wife,
has great screen presence, turns in a natural performance
as the lovable bhabhi. But the actual stars are the
Director Pavan Kaul and the Cameraman Hiru Keswani.
- Shaami Irfan
Banner - Magna Films
Producer - Nari Hira
Director - Pawan Kaul
Cast - Dino Morea, Milind Soman, Sheetal Menon, Simone
Singh, Chetan Hansraj
Music Directors - Pritam, Siddharth Suhas
Lyrics - Kumaar, Irshad Kamil
Writer - Bhavani Iyer
Screenplay Dialogues - Radhika Anand
Cinematography - Hiroo Keswani
Film Editing - K. Rajagopal
Costume Designer - Neeta Lulla
Playback Singers - Sonu Nigam, Suraj Jagan, Shaan, Richa
Sharma, Kay Kay, Siddharth Suhas, Sunaina, Khushboo Jain,
Music Company - Times Music