The picture itself, as you would know from the promos, is about a blind couple. Sure, love is blind. For starters he lovingly sets up the beautiful world of a blind couple — Rohan, a proficient dubbing artiste and Supriya, a talented pianist–who despite their handicap have a positive disposition towards life. Such is however the demand of this story, central to which isn’t a romance (although there’s some of it), but an all-consuming thriller about crime (rape), and punishment (revenge). There’s a minor twist by the minute.

“Andhera andhere ko roshan nahin kar sakta,” says the blind heroine in this film (Yami Gautam), to the blind hero (Hrithik Roshan) she’s out on a coffee-date with. In just two scenes, you can feel their love. So much so, when they get separated from each other for a few minutes at a mall, you start feeling anxious. In just two scenes, you can feel their love. So much so, when they get separated from each other for a few minutes at a mall, you start feeling anxious. Yeah, it is the sort of story producer Rakesh Roshan has been attracted to, pretty much throughout his commercially successful directorial career.

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