Nothing which you haven't seen before... the acting is medicore... the only bright spot is probably Neetu Chandra who maintained grace and poise. Paresh Rawal is surprisingly subdued. Abhay Deol did the best he could but that sadly isnt enough to carry the movie through. There are no twists, not much humor. At some point it sort of becomes monotonous. At some point in the movie, I started drawing parallels with similar sort of movies like say, Johnny Gaddaar and Roop ki Rani, choron ka raja, Bunty aur bubly and the uber movie in the class, Catch me if you can... and was left convinced this movie lacked spine. Its not a story you can make a movie on. It basically lacked the grandeur that all of those movies had... and its a sad followup movie to Khosla Ka Ghosla. I had high hopes of the director but as so often is the case they werent fulfilled with this venture. All the best to Dibakar on future projects though!