A man cheats on his wife with his secretary, but things take a major shift after he accidentally kills her. Darling is a 2007 Indian Hindi-language Drama Horror movie starring Fardeen Khan, Esha Deol, Isha Koppikar, Mukesh Bhatt, Zakir Hussain, Kota Srinivasa Rao and Shishir Sharma. Darling was Produced by Krishan Kumar, Bhushan Kumar and Krishan Kumar Dua. Darling is written by Prawal Raman, Kusum Punjabi, Samee Siddiqui and Prawaal Raman and it is directed by Ram Gopal Varma. Balaji Motion Pictures acquired the distribution rights for the movie. Darling was released on 7th September 2007 and takes a screen time of 128 minutes. Darling was made on a budget of ₹6 crore and at the box office it grossed only ₹2 crore. Cinematography was done by Amit Roy. The music was composed by IIFA Award winner Himesh Reshammiya along with Pritam Chakraborty.
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Release Date07 SEP 2007
Run Time132 MINUTES
Budget₹ 6 CRORES
Drama, Horror, Romance
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Darling Reviews and Ratings
Average Review Rating : 3.8/5
Positive Review Rating : 50%
One of the problems of the film is that we get a portrait of a young woman that spans years, but despite the scope, the narrative just moves from one chapter to another without explaining much the ... ( Read More )
One only needs to look at the masters of the genre to find Darling lacking. ( Read More )
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There is witty line after witty line, clever shift after clever shift.Every bitter line draws a guffaw; yet the laughter is unwholesome, because it is excessive. ( Read More )
Same with the cinematography and Switzerland and Araku have been canned beautifully.The screenplay, replete with twists and turns, sometimes makes you feel a little restless but on the whole it is ... ( Read More )