Fever Movie Review

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Fever Movie Review

Release Dt : Aug, 05 2016
  • Banner  :

    Niche Film Farm, Plus Entertainment Pvt. Ltd.

  • Director  :

    Rajeev Jhaveri

  • Producer  :

    Ravi Agarwal, Mahesh Balekundri, Rajat Manjunath

  • Music  :

    Ranjit Barot, Tony Kakkar, Onésia Rithner

  • Cinema Rating  :

    1 1

  • Cinematography  :

    Mujahid Raza

  • Editing by  :

    Rajeev Jhaveri

  • Starring  :

    Rajeev Khandelwal, Gauahar Khan, Ankita Makwana

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Fever Story


Fever is nothing but a convoluted story of a ruthless contract killer, Armin Salem (Rajeev Khandelwal), who loses his memory in an accident and is struggling hard to put the pieces together to reconstruct his life and discover his true identity. Kaavya (Gauhar Khan) mysteriously stalks him in Switzerland, initially, but later, inexplicably becomes his friend and stands by him, offering him help. The rest of Fever is about how Armin bounces back and knows the real truth. Watch Fever to know about the complete story.

Fever Analysis :

Fever Movie Review

The first half is replete with confusion and the audience loses the plot several times. The narrative heads nowhere and does not get you hooked, despite desperate efforts to be true to the thriller genre. The second half drags as well and the resolution of the plot leaves you disappointed and abounds in loopholes.

The stylised action, deafening background score and unwarranted scenes with forced attempts to add shock value do nothing to elevate the viewing experience. On the contrary, these make it even more complex and boring to watch.

Fever Performance :


Rajeev Khandelwal as Armin Salem a contract killer from Paris is wasted. He has a commanding screen presence, but is not really able to elevate the quality of the badly etched character with his performance. He ends up appearing strictly mediocre. Gauhar Khan as Kaavya, a mystery woman who becomes his friend, delivers competently, but again is the victim of a poorly written script. Gemma Atkinson as Rhea Wagner, is endearing. The other actors with limited screen time including Victor Banerjee as Dr. Roy are wasted.

The film suffers because of a poorly written screenplay with no thought whatsoever having gone into it. It shuttles back and forth, aimlessly, confusing the audience as the film progresses. Director Rajeev Jhaveri displays his poor directorial skills, as the entire premise is dealt with in a manner that makes it unbelievable and a tad amateurish. The music by Ranjit Barot is a treat. “Mile ho tum” by Tony Kakkar and “Bas ek baar” by Arijit Singh are soulful songs but sadly a misfit in a film like this.

Final Word:


Fever is a movie that will disappoint everyone to the core for the poor narration and execution. A movie that can be given a huge skip.

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Fever Movie Review