So Vashu Bhagnani wanted to give his son a safe launch and thus he tried to fit in all conventionalism (love story, action, dance, songs, stunts etc) into it, and resulted in a mess.
You see the same thing, a boy falls in love at the first sight of the girl, the girl is a highly spoilt hottie, who never gives a damn to him. Songs and dances happen, the boy saves the girl from an accident, love blossoms, a villain kidnaps his girl, then u have the TYPICAL BOLLYWOOD HERO, fighting him out and finally taking back his girl.
Cliched is it.
And in their best of efforts to add something new to the film in surroundings of all this old school method, the makers come up with the concept of The Hero having the power to see future.
Hmm..but even that is so carelessly handled, that it fails to catch you by excitement. No one knows how far a future can be seen by Jackky and for how much duration. Its just that whenever the director feels he has to push forward the story somehow, Jackky can see a vision and the story moves on!! HUH!!!
BTW, how did he remove the bomb that was fixed at the train station, with the help of the jammer??? Umm.
There is absolutely no connection between the script and the concept! By the time first half ends, you are confused as to where is the film heading to?? Just coz they had to make a mindless, masala flick, they showed a bunch of useless songs and bunch of useless scenes (bike race, college fighting etc.) to pass out time. And its actually at the INTERMISSION when the film meets the story.
Barring Soniyo Billo, each of the songs are misplaced and could have been done without too. The film would have been better without them but the director does place them, and places them at such intervals ( that too full song...uff) that u get bored n irritated!
Song picturisation was poor too.
Coming to performances, Jackky did good and he can act well with space of improvement being for him.
Vaishali was fine too, but I found her dialogue delivery weak at some places.
Rishi Kapoor, ah..he was superb!!! His act was definitely the best!!
Riteish Deshmukh, did provide some much needed laughter.
Direction was average. Screenplay was poor. Dialogues were average too.
My favourite scene has to be the one where Vaishali falls in water, and Jackky takes her all way to home.
Also one dialogue, which was supposed to be serious but made me laugh.
Jackky to Rishi “ Tum bahot ghatiya ho” ..lolzz. It was too kiddish.
Overall, the movie might entertain in bits, but is really cliched.