Aksar is an erotic thriller so preposterous that you’d be forgiven to think that it was instead written by a horny teenage boy than an actual adult. and the atrocious acting by star Zareen khan could also easily be replaced by someone from drama college too. The movie, which does have a plot, but in service of sex scenes and bad dialogue, is that Sheena (Zareen Khan) is hired by a company based on her relationship status, and if this isn’t idiotic enough, there are multiple other plot lines and even bigger plot holes that can’t be excused by any reasonable explanation because they’re so clumsily presented and so horribly acted.
Zareen khan is there only to portray a glamourous girl and not a particularly human character, she’s just a sex object and nothing else. There’s a cameo by Imraan hashmi that just feels lobbed onto the movie without any sense and the actor, Gautam Rode and Abhinav shukla aren’t able to revive the movie as it dives straight into siliness. There are murder plots, frauds, lies and a lawer played by Cricketer S. Sreesanth. Only Lillete Dubey is able to inject some semblance of humanity to her character and seems to be working hard to make her scenes work against an affectless Zareen Khan.
Sylstically, Ananth Mahadevan is quite adept at directing his actors and making scenes and shots lovely, but his efforts are hampered by a godawful script.
I don’t recommend watching this movie, because chances are, you’ve already seen something like it on your television.