If watching Rahul Dravid play in a test match is your idea of testing patience, then you haven't seen anything yet. Impatient Vivek is the ultimate test of patience for the Indian audience. Unless, the movie title itself keeps you away from the theaters, that is.
So, the story is very simple. Vivek (Sudarshan) meets Shruti (Sayali Bhagat) in Goa and falls in love with her. And not surprisingly, Shruti doesn't reciprocate his feelings. Vivek is bit abnormal, you know...the geek type. While he is a computer scientist, he expresses himself through puppetry. Now, this explains, why the hero is seen with a puppet in his hands trying to tickle Sayali's arms in the movie promos. Little did he know, tickling can also be a major irrritant.
But, remember...Vivek has no patience and when he comes to know that Shruti is getting married to some rich NRI, he decides to take firm control of the strings and kidnaps the girl. Never mind, he did nothing to deserve any better...the outcome is obviously on expected lines. True love wins and kidnapping is now considered as a justified and well accepted act in the society to express love.
In between, there are some other irrelevant angles to the story outlined above. There are these strange friends of Vivek and disfunctional family of Shruti to cope with. Of course, there is some titillation thrown in good measure by some semi porn and other stuff...I have no patience to write in detail.
Not much to talk about the debut of Mr. Vivek Sudarshan. I think, he should take up Bhojpuri films in a big way and may give some competition to KRK.
Sayali Bhagat didn't help her career graph, if there ever existed one by taking this assignment. She would do well to concentrate on romancing cricketers and controversies off screen, than take up such duds, which are surely not going to have any audience. Unless, she wants to be known as the most easily available actress with a negotiable rate card with upto 100% discount compared to other actresses.
Rahat Kazmi, the director must have really done a lot of hard work to come up with such a non-existent storyline. And in case, you want to know...the music department also got it all wrong.
Lastly, if you are interested, the tagline for the movie is Love has no patience. The filmmakers better understand, that the audience has no patience either. And since, I have run out of patience, this review ends here.
P.S. The Production House is Search Film. After this movie, they can rename it as Search Audience. ;-)