1:13:7 Ek Tera Saat Movie Review :
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Ek Tera Saath 1:13:7 is a frightfulness forthcoming film. The film is coordinated by Arshad Siddiqui featuring Sharad Malhotra,Hritu Dudani and Melanie Nazereth in lead parts and is set to discharge on October 21, 2016 Ek Tera Saath is a sentimental film with a touch of otherworldly component. It has been shot in Ghanerao, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Delhi, Chandigarh, Shimla and Mumbai. The trailer and its tunes was discharged on 16 September 2016.Film: “1:13:7 Ek Tera Saath”; Director: Arshad Siddiqui; Cast: Ssharad Malhotra, Hritu Dudani, Melanie Nazareth, Deepraj Rana, Vishawajit Pradhan, Pankaj Berry, Gargi Patel, Padam Singh, Anubhav Dheer, Aprajita Mahajan, Krishna Raaz.
Arshad Siddiqui’s ‘1:13:7 Ek Tera Saath’, is a disgracefully executed film that incorporates sentiment, loathsomeness and paranormal exercises.
Set in Rajasthan, the film takes after Kunwar Aditya Pratap Singh, the Prince of Jodhpur who controls his approach to keep his prized home, the Darbar Palace, from being changed over into a lavish inn. The story takes a turn when a soul exploits Kunwar Aditya Pratap’s deeds.
While the start of the film is fascinating, the plot jogs on a convoluted, yet ordinary way. The composition, which incorporates the exchanges, is unremarkable and dull. The characters, with no profundity to their circular segments and frowning paltry lines, are lethargically scratched making them paper thin and shallow. Their air makes the whole account unconvincing and the blame untruths not in the cast, but rather the executive’s clumsy treatment of the venture. On the directorial front, the scenes are awkwardly taken care of and a few scenes appear to be motivated from other surely understood movies. One such scene, where Aditya sees the clone of his dead spouse, Kasturi at the activity flag, is by all accounts straightforwardly lifted from Hrithik Roshan’s introduction film, Kaho Na Pyaar Hai.
The complicatedly complex plot gets dreary to try and let the group of onlookers make a fuss over the genuine intention, which is so feebly introduced. The main portion of the film is bearable and the second-half bit by bit enhances, yet by then it is past the point of no return. The alters too are not sharp and fresh.
The sound plan of the film is boisterous and natural with ear-stunning beats that sound cruel. The main tune that is middle of the road is with the verses, “Tera mera rishta, pakeezah, pakeezaha”
In general, with direct generation values, the film would have been a treat to watch if just it was keenly taken care of.