Starring: Raayo Bakhirta, Kartikeya Tiwari, Divyendu Sharma, Nushrat Bharucha, Sonalli Sehgal, Ishita Sharma
What is the biggest tragedy of a mans life? If you don't have a girlfriend you're sex and love deprived and if you have one, all the happiness is sucked out of your life. Three young men learnt this the hard way when they decided to abandon to path of 'guys only' to tread the path of love and lust. Rajat aka Rajjo (Tiwari) starts dating Neha (Bharucha) an over-possessive, demanding and dominating woman. Liquid aka Nishant (Divyendu Sharma) falls in love with Charu (Ishita Sharma) someone who is already booked in a long-distance relationship. Choudhry aka Vikrant (Bakhirta) gets into a relationship with Rhea (Sehgal) who keeps going back to her ex and cant seem to get over him. Each of them become dogs behind their respective women and realise that they have lost all the fun and frolic that previously existed in their lives. The movie starts off at a good note with funny, urban humour and a constant cascade of abuses but soon moves towards drama, romance and melodramatic scenes. The movie is a decent entertainer overall but suffers from the typical Bollywood infection of being stretched, over-dramatised, having needless songs and slow progress. Yet, in spite all these flaws, the movie is a good watch especially either with your loved ones or a gang of friends.
Thumbs up: Different humour from the normal slapstick in Bollywood
Thumbs down: Stretched and suffers from typical Bollywood drawbacks