Ankahee (2006)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Social, Thriller, Drama, Biographical
28 %
Total Reviews: 11
Sahi: 3 Nahi: 8

Review Summary: ANKAHEE is a sensitive tale that has been executed and performed with flourish.

Average Critic Rating: (2.30)
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Plot: Ankahee begins with Sheena ( Hrishita Bhatt ) arriving at home, when her mother Nandita ( Ameesha Patel ) tells her that her father Shekhar ( Aftab Shivdasani ) has sent her a letter and wants to meet her as he's dying from illness. Sheena refuses to meet her father,... Read more

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Vikram Bhatt may have felt a lot of emotions, but Ankahee leaves you with just one: boredom.
Rediff 
Vikram Bhatt goes the Mahesh Bhatt way.
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ANKAHEE is a sensitive tale that has been executed and performed with flourish.
Bollywood Hungama
After working with the Bhatt’s for a long time, Vikram too is developing a similar style where a lot of non-fictional incidents are used in the making of a filmThe story is said to be partly autobiographicalIt is based on Vikram’s extra-marital affair wit
Bollywood Mantra
OK, so by now we all know that Vikram Bhatt's 'Ankahee' has shades of Mahesh Bhatt's 'Arth'. Point noted and well taken! Now let's move on to see what does the film has to say on its own merits. Does it make the audience feel for the characters, the situations, the story or does it come across as yet another drama of obsession/infidelity?
India Glitz
The story is simple, yet complex. It begins with a daughter (Hrishita Bhatt) meeting her estranged and dying father. She loathes him, yet still takes the time to read a personal diary he wrote about events in his life that changed their relationship. Dr.
Planet Bollywood
By: Taran Adarsh, IndiaFMMonday, May 22, 2006Vikram Bhatt goes the Mahesh Bhatt way. After making a series of masala films with flourish, Vikram narrates a story that is straight out of life -- his life, to be precise. When a celebrity-storyteller gets in
OneIndia
It is understandable that a director, who has so far earned limited success by churning out Hollywood rip-offs, should want to prove that he can do intense drama as well.
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