Size: 1.2GB | 700MB | 350MB
Critic’s Rating: 3.5/5
STORY: On the same night when super model Sarah Brigenza (Shama Sikander) ends her life under suspicious circumstances, her fashion designer boss-turned-lover Vikram Kapoor (Neil Nitin Mukesh) meets with a near fatal accident. But, these two unfortunate events are more than just coincidences and a blood-thirsty killer is on the loose.
REVIEW: He is a hotshot fashion designer and she, a top-notch model, and when they get together for a night of some passion-filled, meaningless fun, it changes the course of their individual fates. While Vikram manages to cheat death, Sarah succumbs to her injuries that appear to be self-inflicted on the outside, but in reality it is more than just what meets the eye. And that, in turn, is part of a bigger plan involving money, property, love, betrayal and family turning their backs on each other.
Sure, the storyline shows promise but the execution is faulty from the word go. Right from the dialogues (written by Neil Nitin Mukesh) and scenes that are nothing but replicas of crime thrillers from the 90s and early 2000s, to the concept of a masked killer turning out to be someone who’s not in the police radar, everything in and about ‘Bypass Road’ brings nothing new to the table. The cinematography, too, feels lazy as it neither heightens the drama nor does it add any thrill to the story.