�All love stories make you fall in love, this one won’t,� says the promo of Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya. Indeed this film is not yet another stereotype Bollywood love stories, which paints the hero in white and the villain in black to portray love as an exalter virtue.
Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya is colorful. Colorful because director Rajat Mukherjee has imbued the characters in the film with the real shades. A suspicious wife, her infidel husband and his over-possessive mistress�all, it seems, have been lifted from life among higher sections of the society.
Jai, a fashion photographer, is married to Geeta. Jai while on a lookout for a new face comes across Riya jiving on the sea beach. She agrees to model for Jai’s photography. Riya is from a rich family. She is temperamental, highly possessive in nature.
Jai and Riya are drawn closer to each other. Riya gets madly obsessed with Jai without knowing that he is already married to Geeta.
When a shaken Geeta opts for herself out of wedlock, Jai promises to change his ways. On other hand, Riya is too possessive of Jai. She even makes a suicidal attempt to end her life. She also stalks Geeta to take her away from Jai’s life forever.
Rajat Mukherjee deals with emotions like jealousy, envy, infatuation at all with the adeptness of a veteran. He also touches upon certain vague subtleties.
Urmila grooves in perfectly as Riya. She convincingly portrays erratic moods of a person. He bubbly buoyancy will not go unnoticed. Particularly laudable is her depiction of two different shades of a same person. First, as vulnerable as any other girl and later a suicidal, she-of-the-killer-instinct, a la Glen Close in Hollywood hit Fatal Attraction, Urmila gives a power-packed performance.
Fardeen-Urmila romance is hot and dangerously volatile. They are drawn closer to each other by violent passions at times, but impassive some other time. You can feel the sparks of the passion smoldering between them.
Fardeen looks handsome in his designer stubble and dandy clothes. Urmila and her new swanky hairdo and slinky clothes were talk of the town even before the film’s release.
Last but not least, Sandeep Chowta’s melodious music doesn’t get lost in hot passions or disturbing human feelings.