Many people said it’s a Bad – Luck, but for me it was a Good – Luck!
Multi-starrer film with Multi-starrer performances.
Irfaan, Ravi Kishen – Out-standing!
Mithun- He is already an out-standing!
Shruti – Hot!-standing
Danny, Chitrashi Rawat – Good-standing
And last but not the least, Sanjay Dutt – Standing-standing! I mean he was good, but comes, say poetry, and goes. Comes, say poetry, and goes. Comes, blah blah blah blah and goes!
Story wise, all I can say, it is a total entertainment movie. Once to watch, but skip for the second.
The first three stunts were very entertaining, like simply Hollywood with Bollywood Ishtyle.
One was when all the lucky people just arrived, round in a circle, gun points on each of their head, one bullet in gun; whose-so-ever is lucky will stay alive. – Impressive!
Second one, jumping from the helicopter with their parachutes, some will not open, some will; whose-so-ever is lucky will stay alive. – Quite impressive!
Third one, locked in an open cage, hundreds of keys tied upside, only one key will open the lock, cage in the sea, sharks in the sea; whose-so-ever is lucky will stay alive. – Very Impressive!
Now the fourth one, Shruti tied outside the engine of the running train, Irfaan and Mithun fights to rescue her, Ravi Kishen tries stops them, one oil-tanker in the middle of the track, everything blasts out, everybody dies, Irafan, Mithun and Shruti - safe, walks out like walking in the garden. – Am I watching any 80’s flop movie or something?
Overall, if you skip the last one, film can be watch for entertainment, but when the last one comes, close your eyes, turn right left, hide your face from screen, AND RUN AWAY FROM THE MOVIE!