This is the third film as a director directed by Saurabh Shukla. His last film was “Chehra” starring Dino Morea and Bipasha (Yuck!), prior to that and his very first film was “Mudda” starring Arya Babbar, Rajat Kapoor & others (Double Yuck!). It seems like Saurabh Shukla and Rajat Kapoor shares a good dostana between them, and so does along with Vinay Pathak and Ranvir Shorey. And so does the “Bheja Fry” team has returned back with a purely adult topic with a slogan “What the hell happened last night?” for just to entertain us in a very simple way.
Story is very simple, yet managed to entertain us by the splendid performance given by all and the story and the screenplay presented by us through none other than “Rajat Kapoor”, who is also one of the producer of this film.
A common party was thrown for friends by one of the famous writer of the book “Dilip Tahil”. Rajat Kapoor who is a married man and own a leading AD Agency attended this party with his family. Now as usual, men have his grooving eyes to peek-a-boo on some hot chicks at the party. So accidently he just met one girl there, allegedly name as “Sophia” (Neha Dhupia). Rajat & Sophia became friends and further and sooner they both went in a closed room. Now in the morning, when Rajat woke up, he got a hangover and was not able to remember “What the hell happened last night?” He just remembered that he and Sophia went over in a room and then everything was blank. In the morning her wife, Iravati Harshe, was behaving something strange and was ignoring Rajat, her husband. Now Rajat was tensed and also worried about the last night incident, and wanted to know what had exactly happened? The answer of this can only be get by Sophia aka Neha Dhupia. But she was an unknown and gone. So now the journey begins for Rajat Kapoor along with his friend Vinay Pathak.
Along with the Rajat Kapoor’s part of story, some part of the Vinay Pathak’s story and Dilip Tahil’s story was also involved in the screenplay, which was a better change in the story to keep us entertained.
What was more interesting and entertain was the character designed to each and every character and artist. This is actually the major plus point of the film.
Rajat Kapoor: A very good performance as ever, but not that upto the mark. – 3/5
Vinay Pathak: As usual, a Splendid performance. – 4/5
Neha Dhupia: Again, nothing but common, stunning gorgeous girl in the town which is only good for that. – 3/5
Navneet Nishan: Too good performance, behaving like a purely annoying woman with a pure gold heart inside her.
Rest as Dilip Tahil, Iravati Harshe, Anu Menon & Aamir Baashir gave an overall average performance, with the cherry on top, marvelous performance given by the guest appearance Ranvir Shorey. Makrand Deshpande and Vivek Vaswani were strictly Ok.
Apart from the story, screenplay, characterization and the performances; the music of the film was also one of the reason that is very attractive. A Bravo Pat on the back to the music director “Ankur Tewari”. My favourite would obviously be “Love In C Major”.
For all the mango people this film can obviously be called as “Kab Aayi Kab Gayi” but for all the movie lovers, I would suggest watch this film once on some Saturday night, and just say next morning “Raat Gayi Baat Gayi”.