Have you ever pondered what a movie would have been like if it had ended the same way it started? Shiddat begins on a romantic note, with a besotted couple renewing eternal vows at their wedding ceremony. With a three-year jump in time, the tone shifts from tenderness to humor to drama, and the setting shifts from Punjab to Calais to London. It everything happens swiftly, and we’re intrigued, which is half the battle won, as any storyteller would tell you. Then the movie starts to devolve, the unraveling becomes relentless, and the other half vanishes.
College students Jaggi (Sunny Kaushal) and Kartika (Radhika Madan) meet cute at a sports camp, and there’s a spark between them. He’s one of those scumbags who believes that a girl giving him mouth-to-mouth resuscitation is kissing him. Yes, it is correct. She’s a swimmer who’s looking for her mojo. The banter, song-and-dance, and a brief roll in the hay are over, and the two part ways. IMDB