SILLINESS DEKHEN ZARA
A movie which is rather silly not because of its concept or story, but because of its treatment.
About the cast, Neil Nitin Mukesh and Bipasha fail to look even remotely attracted to each other, let alone come across as a romantic pair on screen. Bipasha being and looking much older than him, also had no justification in the movie (as was done in BAE for instance), the role could have been essayed by any other girl in tinsel town today (At least would have saved us Ms Basu's apology of a performance). Neil also disappoints in terms of acting talent showcased in the movie. Rahul Dev does half a decent job though, playing the baddie.
The story is novel to start with. In the beginning of the film, one starts to get a Mr India kind of a feel to it, however it fails to grip thereon, and the end seemed to have been thought of and executed in haste.
Bipasha not questioning her boyfriend's stupendous acquisition of wealth. Rahul Dev suddenly turning from foe to friendly neighbourhood spiderman, Sophie Choudhary delivering an insipid performance in a barely thought out role which matched her barely there wardrobe, and a song coming in suddenly in the middle of nowhere close to the climax with Bipasha delivering the jhatkas to great aplomb, all added to the silliness quotient of the film.
Not that bad a storyline, but could have been made much better. Can be definitely given a miss in the hall, wait for the DVD if you still want to watch it.