0.5 out of 5 (Poor)
one can stay as doooor from Tension Door as possible unless one wants to invite Tension!
Mansha Rastogi Fri, 04 Nov 2011
If the other two releases of this week namely Loot and Miley Na Miley Hum weren't enough for atrocious viewing, here comes another flick that might seriously injure you brains cells - Tension Doooor.
Gopal that's Swaraj Singh is a sincere village boy who survives a freak road accident. Post recovery, he realises he also is able to hear and understand the unspoken feelings in a person's mind, which results in some of the corrupt authorities of his village being exposed and getting him thrown out. So when he leaves the village and his love that's Bijli (Swati Anand) behind, he finds solace in the company of Papplu (Ali Asgar) who helps him make a noble living with his ability that is till they land themselves in some deep trouble.
Tension Doooor is one such film that would make you run away from the cinema hall (that's if you choose to watch it in the first place) right in the initial 30 minutes. Though the only saviour of the entire film is stand up comedian and small screen actor Ali Asgar who provides some comic relief, the sight of the lead actor makes you squirm in your seat.
The fact that this movie shouldn't have been made is an understatement. Everything about Tension Doooor should carefully be kept doooor only. The makers who show the movie's name as Tension Doooor.com at one end and as just Tension Doooor at other prove just how careless the making is.
Performances by everyone especially lead actor Swaraj Singh is the purest form of torture. Song sequences test patience. Poor script and cheap editing make for a horrible watch. To mention that through the movie, supporting actors are forever speaking in chorus is also just being polite. Once known for his feat, director Ambrish Singhal lets us down with an ancient portrayal.
To sum it up, one can stay as doooor from Tension Door as possible unless one wants to invite Tension!
Critic: Mansha Rastogi
0.5 out of 5 (Poor)