Spark is all about Arjun (Rajneesh Duggal) and his missing family. The film opens in Germany and then what follows is a torturous roller coster ride of back and forth flashbacks to some village in North India.
A bunch of goons break into a house at night and kill all the members, except for a baby. The baby grows up to become Arjun (Rajniesh Duggal), who does odd jobs in Germany and lives with his foster father Papaji (Ranjeet).
All of a sudden, Arjun leaves his Indian girlfriend Anupama (Subhashree Ganguly) in Germany and is back to India to take revenge. Wow, this is so innovative, interesting and engrossing!!
Back home we get to see two villains Govind Namdeo and Ashutosh Rana who are standing for the same zilla parishad elections; hence arch rivals.
If this was not enough, we have Ashutosh Rana essaying the role of his son as well. That means we have a double role here!! Papa Ashutosh Rana looks cool with full white hair on his head and jet back hair all over.
The film defies logic at every point and there is no coherence between most of the scenes. Guess the makes just put together a so called bunch of shots and called it a film.
Off the cast, Rajneesh Duggal struggles with a weak role, Subhashree Ganguly should actually quit acting while Govind Namdeo and Ashutosh Rana are unbearable. The only actor that impress you is Ranjeet.
The songs, if you can call them songs, are just there as it’s a prerequisite in a Bollywood movie to have songs. Also with Zee Music Company backing this one, it’s a given in that the music of the film shall be dull.
Spark tests your patience as it’s a torture to sit through this one.
It's illogical, it has no script and it could easily pass off as one of the worst films of 2014; well we are talking about Spark that has no spark. ...0.5