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Haseen Dillruba Review: This Movie Is Not ‘Haseen’ At All, It’s A Weird Mess

Haseen Dillruba Review (Haseen Dilruba): Taapsee Pannu always amazes us with her mindblowing content-driven films, from Thappad To Pink and from Naam Shabana to Sandh Ki Aankh, She never fails to surprise us with her amazing performances. She is now back with another thriller film titled Haseen Dilruba. The film just got released on Netflix today and here I am with the Positives and Negatives of the film.

The movie is directed by Vinil Mathew and produced by T Series Productions along with Anand L Rai. The movie stars amazing actors from the town like Taapsee Pannu, Harshvardhan Rane (Known For Sanam Teri Kasam), and Vikrant Messay. The music of the film is created by Amit Trivedi and Kanika Dhillon has Penned the script of the film.


The story of the film is about Rani (Played By Taapsee Pannu), her husband Rishu (Played by Vikrant Messay), and Neel (Played By Harshvardhan Rane). The story starts in Utrakhand, Rishu and Rani are happily married and all of sudden their life takes a sudden turn when  Rishu was Killed in a cylinder explosion in his own house. Police suspect that Rani is the killer and they think that Rani and Neel Killed Rishu. Who Killed Rishu? Rani or someone else? or there is something more in the story?, to know this you have to watch the full movie on Netflix.


The only best thing about the film is the amazing performances by the lead pair, everyone is just amazing, Taapsee Pannu is the biggest highlight of the film. She is all over the film and she is killing it with her expressions and amazing dialogue delivery. She looks hot, dangerous, and intense at the same time, and the way she changes her expression is quite amazing. This is one of her best performances till date, she looks versatile.

Vikrant Messay is another plus point of the film, his character is also versatile and the way he adapts and transforms himself from a romantic to an intense character was brilliant. His performance looks very pure and he is almost flawless. Harshvardhan Rane is again proving his level, he was equally good in the film too.


When you are making a thriller movie, You need a good, logical climax, I didn’t get the logic behind that silly and illogical climax. The film starts pretty well, the first 20-25 minutes are entertaining, and then it becomes very slow, the screenplay is a mess and the climax is worst. I can’t reveal much about the climax here, The investigation is silly and it sucks, even CID cases investigation is better than this. it’s 2021, comm’on you can get the location of anyone just by phone tracking but I think makers are still living in the 80s. The story and the climax were a huge disappointment for me, I am still confused, how a man with one hand can swim in the river for so long, how a gas blast can burn the whole body and bones too. LOL

  • Name Of The film: Haseen Dillruba
  • Release Date: 2nd July 2021
  • Platform: Netflix
  • Rating: 2/5
  • Recommended?: No
  • Family-Friendly?: No

Overall Rating

We are going with 2 out of 5 stars for the film, the film is a mess. The film has some good moments and if you have nothing to watch or you are a fan of any of these actors you may watch the film on Netflix. The movie is now available on Netflix in Hindi audio along with English subtitles, the movie is approx 2 hours long. the film is not suitable to watch with family and kids, so watch it all alone.

This was our review of the Netflix Original Film Haseen Dillruba, have you seen the film? what are your thoughts about the film? please let us know in the comment section, for more news and updates like this stay tuned with us and follow us on social media handles.


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