Kal Kissne Dekha is a film made to launch two new stars into the space – Jacky Bhagnani and Vaishali Desai. The film is all about Nihal who gets visions and can actually see the future. He isn't an average student but is topper right from the start to the days of his college. He is full of scientific temperament and wants to crack the mystery behind his unusual power. In the process, he meets his professor who helps him to solve his problem.
But the fate had something else in store for him. His fight was not with small goons but with terrorists who are looking to utilize his brain and unusual power for mass destruction. The rest is how he solves his problems and saves people from being attacked.
On the other hand, the film has a parallel love story building up between Meesha and Nihal. The first half revolves around college life and focuses mainly on the love and fun factor. The second half goes in for a serious issue which is definitely the one which weakened this film.
The narration of the film is weak and the director should have safely skipped the serious issue as that looked vague and very superficial for this generation. Getting visions is one thing and actually doing unusual gimmicks is another thing which sets you on fire for having watched this film past interval.
Talking about the debutant pair, they look really good and the chemistry between them is excellent. Performance by Rishi Kapoor was good and he completely justified his negative presence. Rahul Dev's was inadequate. Riteish Deshmukh's was uneccessary.
The music definitely had a 90s touch to it and the best of the lot was ‘Tere Bina'. The cinematography was excellent and one of the best elements of this film. The locations were breathtaking and exhilarated the viewing experience. The rest was pretty ordinary fare.
On the whole, the movie would've been a wonderful film if the director worked on the college backdrop more than on the superficial episode which was dull and lacklustre.