I would appreciate the efforts of film-makers to give a good attempt and a good presentation than the common Bollywood style.
This was a break from Dharma productions' rona-dhona and lolly-pop love stories.
The film showcases some extravagant camera movements (thanks to National Geographic)… which improved the quality of the movie manifold. The location (Jim Corbett National Park) is just superb!!!
I do feel that the talent of Ajay Devgan was not optimally utilized in the movie. He's certainly better than this one. John Abraham's and Vivek’s acting was strictly okay. Esha and Lara were looking sexier rather than great performances.
On the whole, a safe venture by Karan Johar & SRK, they couldn't really go wrong with this project. It marks their debut as a partnership in production where they've shown they are willing to experiment & fully support fresh ideas & fresh artists.
Overall, the film is a good one time watch. Not a real waste of money.