Tucked away from the world and coddled Tanu's parents think that their girl is very sensitive typical Indian girl with no idea about the big bad world outside, but sadly it is all wrong as we get to see the bride to be in all her actual colors. On meeting her potential groom, she rejects Manu and tries her best to squiggle out of the arranged marriage fasaad in order to elope with her boyfriend Jimmy Sheirgill. The film portrays the typical Punjabi wedding to our likeness and few funny hiccups in between the movie is strung with some good foot tapping numbers like Jugni by Mika, Saddi Gali by Lehmber HUssainpuri and Yun Hi by Mohit Chauhan and Ujjaini.
Thought character of Jimmy Shergill the muscle flexing, rustic boyfriend of our Tanu could have been given more screen space, but sadly wasn't. Yet, Swara Bhaskar is refreshingly good in her characters shoes and plays the role to the tee. Another best character was that of Dobriyal, who gives all the comic punches in the movie with ease and not to mention the main characters are likeable and give an appreciable attempt. The cities of Lucknow and Kanpur are shown in a refreshingly new light. All in all a good watch for the weekend.