The plot is self-consciously complexed. While the screenwriting (Bhavini Bheda) and dialogues (Kartik Krishnan, Bheda) are quite often comic in a bizarre and quip-friendly kind of way. They are also absolute dirty at places, and so you are promised sharp dialogue from the world of sleaze, and thus you have been warned to the crass language and innuendoes. But the humor is quirky and comes and goes really quick. Also, there are a couple of scenes that gross you out, and again, it's not even offensive - it's silly. It has its share of unpredictable mad-cap twists and bends, the film doesn’t pack in the edge-of-the-seat intensity that’s paramount for any thriller to click. But Director Akshay Shere keeps the proceedings fast and funny and there are indeed many interesting turns in the plot. Where he falters is in cashing in on the build-up. Too many parallel tracks convolute the plot to the extent that when they all converge in the finale the impact is not hammer-hard. But the plot holes are not the priority here - the focus seems to have been on simply making it a quick thriller that has a bunch of quirky characters and a couple of unexpected twists. And this Newcomer Director spins this up in a good complicated, somewhat engrossing yarn, but although still leaves a lot to be desired. Though Debutant director Akshay Shere has handled a number of sequences well and the camerawork is perfect and the background score is effective. The amateur editing also shows in the fact that the 90 minutes run-time is split into 60 minutes pre-interval and 30 minutes post-interval. It makes the film seem longer than it actually is. Which also means any longer and the film would have suffered. So, the editing was necessary but not necessarily done well.
Overall I will give this chick-flick – 2. 5 / 5