What Is Good
- Kangana Ranaut
What Is Bad
- Kangana's contemporary character
The plot of the movie is clearly copied from Hollywood's successful movie '500 Days of Summer' and 'Love & Other Drugs'. The usual Boy meets Girl formula has been used. Madhav (Imran Khan) is madly in love with Payal (Kangana). They both make a living together relationship. After 5 years of relationship, Payal leaves Madhav as she prefers 'Time-Pass' relationship. Madhav then goes in search of his girl, and their love story is narrated with flash back portions during his search. Will they join together ? Watch out in the big screen.
Kangana Ranaut as always she is flawless. Imran Khan is just sincere. He has done what he has been asked to do by the director. Kangana proves again why she is versatile. She lives upto the character irrespective of the script. The way she shows her rage and anger against Imran Khan in the movie is good. But sadly it's all waste due to poor story. Imran Khan is good-looking and handsome. He is the guy whom every girl dreams of.
Tushar Kapoor's cinematography has been brilliant with some dim lightings and focused colours on the lead pair. Shankar Ehsaan Loy's music is kinda okayish. The transitions are perfect. Thanks to editor Maahir Zaveri. Anshul Singhal should have worked a lot on the story. Writing is the worst part and that spoiled the whole movie. At one point, the movie speaks about Man Vs Woman issues and the very next instant it speaks about 'How Love is essential'. The last few minutes is the best part of the movie, but sadly that is not enough and it is too late.
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