Jism

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  • PG-13
  • 2003
  • 2 hr 9 min
  • 5.3  (2,301)

Jism is a Hindi-language Indian film, released in 2003, marking the debut of model-turned-actress Bipasha Basu's film career. It is a sensual thriller directed by Amit Saxena, produced by Mahesh Bhatt and written by Niranjan Iyengar. The movie features John Abraham, Bipasha Basu, and Gulshan Grover in key roles. The storyline of Jism is about Kabir Lal (John Abraham), a successful lawyer who has his share of credibility for being the best in the business. But, he is still struggling with his personal life, having lost his beloved wife to an accident. One fine day, he meets a seductive woman named Sonia (Bipasha Basu) at a bar. Sonia is alluring and fascinating, with a mysterious past that she's unwilling to share.

Kabir and Sonia soon start seeing each other on a regular basis, and their relationship grows stronger. But soon after, Kabir realizes that Sonia is not what she appears to be. Her haunting past catches up with her, putting Kabir in a formidable position to choose between his love for Sonia and his professional ethics.

The movie is an erotic thriller that explores the complex emotions of love, obsession, betrayal, and redemption. It takes us on a journey of how one's past can catch up with them, and how difficult it can be to leave behind. Through its various twists and turns, the film keeps the viewer engaged and eager to see what happens next.

The film's music, composed by M.M. Kreem, is a standout feature of the movie. The songs like "Jadoo Hai Nasha Hai" and "Awarapan Banjarapan" went on to become massive hits, and are still popular today. The soundtrack blends perfectly with the film's dark and intense atmosphere, elevating the overall viewing experience.

The performances of the lead actors, Bipasha Basu and John Abraham, are commendable. Bipasha's portrayal of Sonia, the seductive and complex woman, is a standout feature of the movie. She is bold, fearless, and unpredictable, and Bipasha manages to convey all these emotions effortlessly. John Abraham, on the other hand, delivers a powerful performance as Kabir, effectively conveying his inner turmoil and conflict.

Gulshan Grover, who plays the role of Kabir's friend and colleague, also delivers a commendable performance. His addition to the movie provides a respite from the highly intense scenes, making the film more approachable.

The movie's cinematography, done by Fuwad Khan, adds to the overall dark and eerie ambiance of the movie. The film's locale, shot in the picturesque locales of Goa, also adds to its charm.

In conclusion, Jism is a well-made movie that explores the darker side of love and obsession. It's fast-paced, intense, and sensuous, and makes for an engaging watch. It's a must-watch for fans of the thriller genre or anyone looking for a well-made movie.

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Description
  • Release Date
    2003
  • MPAA Rating
    PG-13
  • Runtime
    2 hr 9 min
  • Language
    Hindi
  • IMDB Rating
    5.3  (2,301)