A real life story but so wasteful presented! The film is undone by its total lack of logic - in a city of 18 million, exactly one person sees Sonam drive home with a man hanging on her bonnet and its unintentionally comical dialogue. One conversation goes like this: Sonam tells Sid: Woh abhi tak gadi mein phasa hua hai to which Sid replies: Koi baat nahi, saab theek ho jayega.. So funny!
Abhimanyu Singh's drug peddlar act is too minuscule and poorly-crafted to actually make a difference. Farooque Shaikh as the hit-and-run victim spends too many awkward moments lying upside down on screen. And Celina Jaitley simply screams her lungs out or feverishly gulps down whiskey, vodka or what-you-will to display her fear, anger and desperation as the woman who might lose everything -- her future in London, her life with boyfriend Singh -- after some binge drinking. Performances as well as the characterizations, all are just a good piece of waste.
Farooque Shaikh doesn't get any scope, frankly. One definitely expected more, since the veteran returns to the big screen after a hiatus.
Overall it’s an Ok movie to watch, but watch it only if you have extra money!
2 / 5