The screenplay writers, Saurabh Shukla and Rajat Kapoor, falls woefully short in terms of generating interest. Saurabh Shukla makes a sassy attempt to tell you how. He is actually holding a mirror to the Page 3 married-sorts, many of whose relationships look picture-perfect but are actually a sham. Yet sadly, the film that begins so smartly -- great characterisations, witty dialogues, funky situation -- peters off into a somewhat pheeka climax. In fact, till three-fourths of the movie, there's not much movement in the story, except for a few humour-laden sequences. It comprises of casual conversations from everyday life with a very slice-of-life feel to it. On the whole Saurabh Shukla and Rajat Kapoor want to comment on the shifting moral compass in modern India and give us an insight into how urban folk, or at least the type who live in airy sun-lit homes and discuss virgin olive oil, live. Overall, the director gets his interactions bang on the husbands-wives jhagdas, the three guys discussing the night before, the gal pals crying over coffee, Rahul and his daughter... though it’s not that refreshing, but it's light, real and amusing.
2 / 5