Star cast: Shubh Mukherjee, Sabina Sheema, Milind Soman, Anupam Kher.
Plot: A film writer gets arrested for the theft of an expensive diamond necklace from a museum. The truth is that he had only cracked the Internet passwords of the museum, for a fictional script about a theft in a museum. But he had not carried out the theft. Who is the thief? Is the writer able to prove his innocence?
What’s Good: Nothing really.
What’s Bad: The script of convenience.
Verdict: Nakshatra is a thriller which absolutely fails to thrill or chill.
Loo break: Anytime!
R-Vision’s Nakshatra is a thriller. Ajay (Shubh Mukherjee) is an upcoming film writer who is waiting for a break. While waiting for a break, he whiles away his time by playing video games. His girlfriend, Jiah (Sabina Sheema), gives him an ultimatum of two months to get serious in life, failing which she would go away to Australia to pursue her career without marrying him. Just as the two-month period is about to get over, Ajay is signed to script a film for a group of newcomers. He pens a thriller for them, replacing their story of a bank robbery by a theft of an expensive diamond necklace from a museum. He is inspired to make the necklace and the museum the subject matters of his story because he had, a few days back, gone with Sharad Sir (Anupam Kher) for the opening of a museum where he had seen a costly diamond necklace enclosed in an invisible glass box which would open with two passwords, one of alphabets and the other, numerical.