By Martin D’Souza | Opening Doorz Editorial | March 10, 2018
Rating: 0 / 5
The essence: If you are looking for a story there is none; it’s a mockery of everyday life. A girl who has received even half the education as Tapsee’s Koroli Nair, will never behave like she does. A complete disregard to sanity!
Tapsee Pannu and Saqib Saleem, we all know, have impacted the screen with their impressive performances. Saqib has come good in films like Mujse Fraandship Karoge and Hawaa Hawaai, while Tapsee has shone in films like Baby and Pink. So it was rather surprising to see the two actors at a loss for what they were actually doing on screen. At best, this could qualify for a screen test for Tapsee for the role of s nerd, while for Saqib, this was a holiday in the UK where doing scenes like he did was something, I’m sure he does in his sleep.
The dialogues sound something like this which will give you a fair idea of this boring, tiresome, pointless film. Sample this:
Boy: “I Haven’t seen your face for three days. I was forgetting what you looked like.”
Girl: “Which means you have taken me off your screen saver.”
Saqib mouths this priceless gem when he is exasperated with the goings-on of his life on screen: “This is the end of my career.”
Sure buddy, if you do films like this out of desperation!
If you are looking for a story there is none; it’s a mockery on everyday life. A girl who has received even half the education as Tapsee’s Koroli Nair, will never behave like she does. A complete disregard to sanity!
If you have managed to sit through the first half and brave yourself to enter the theatre again after the interval, Nidhi Singh breezes in to makes a few minutes worth your while.
Aleya Sen who has progressed from Ad films to movies will need to do a lot of research before she decides to make a film again.
Producer: Deepshikha Deshmukh, Jackky Bhagnani, Mudit Jain, Mayank Jain
Director: Aleya Sen
Star Cast: Taapsee Pannu, Saqib Saleem, Nidhi Singh