This movie is quite bad and does not merit a visit. This is one of the movies where you don't know what is happening even after 30 minutes because the narrative is quite confusing and you are finding it difficult to concentrate. Some of the scenes are quite bizarre and outlandish to say the least. The redeeming feature is the music which gives us a couple of nice tunes which are well picturised but this is not enough to carry the film. Since the director has also done the screenplay and the editing it becomes easy to lay the entire blame at his doorsteps for this tardy product. The plot has too many holes and lacks conviction. The flow is jerky and the patchy editing makes it worse. The director has not done his homework properly because the narrative is confusing and the dialogue is inane and dull throughout. One thing struck me about the director's technique of taking a shot and that is his penchant for having a large number of top shots using crane and boom. While some shots were excellent some were jarring. The acting of all including Sunny Leone, Arbaaz Khan and Salim Ankola is wooden and borders on hamming. It is beyond me how a person like Arbaaz Khan who is the producer of the super hit like Dabhang and who is the brother of Salman Khan will accept to do such a weak film. Sunny Leone does what she does best, that is, look seductive and sexy. She manages her acting with some stock expressions of fear and confusion throughout. The supporting cast is equally unimpressive.