Plot: The luv story follows Jayantabhai (Vivek Oberoi), a street-thug and small time gangster, who unexpectedly falls in love with his worst enemy, played by Neha Sharma. It is a complete package romance caper about how people unknowingly fall in love with people they least expect to.
So the trailers were weak, the couple was interesting, the premise seemed tried & tested & the overall feel was 50-50. How was the end pro...
So the trailers were weak, the couple was interesting, the premise seemed tried & tested & the overall feel was 50-50. How was the end product?
Cliched, sappy, irritating at times & just about tolerable.
Jayantabhai is a cribby gangster. He bychances to meet his "bhadotri", Simran, whom he falls in love with. The catch here is that Jayanta is working for a Don who gets put away in jail. When the Don comes out, Jayantabhai is met with the age old dichotomoy of good v/s bad. You know what always wins.
At 2 hours , one might think its not too long, but it does tend to drag. The first half is rather disjointed & the story really shapes up only in the latter. The music by Sachin Jigar is superb, especially the Atif tracks.
Vivek Oberoi does well, but sadly, the character is not exciting enough. The bhaigiri lingo gets to you after a point. Neha Sharma looks stunning. The writing plays foul as it's not novel enough to make it fly. Considering the film is made on a tight budget, it is sure to cross the finish line, taking in consideration other revenue generating avenues.
All in all, this is a typical Bollywood rom-com. A one-time watch for those who like the genre, it has its moments but they are few & hard to come by. Watch it if you must.