What is it all about?
They snooze on honeymoon, shop at Pantaloon, booze from morning till noon and fight like buffoons. Meet the insane rattlers of the year planning marriage, after half a dozen of beer, inviting audience to search for a screw driver if it is near to make their mind clear. Slaps and sticks are in near for those who believed this one might cheer.. Oh Dear..
Paw paw.. as stale as decades old vada pav this bhagodas Dino (introducing Armaan Jain - a cross over between Rajeev Kapoor and Neil Nitin Mukeshji... Sirji enjoy your adolescent and wait for the right time) and Karishma (Deeksha Seth - good hope) are friends. They have something for each other and they decide to elope because Karishma’s family want her to get married in a traditional manner.
So they flee to all nukkads and gallis ending up at a Naxal camp in Dantewada, to get a taste of reality; making Dino to dance in the Naxal camp on an item number, as if ants are inside his pants - ironically displaying the worst side of this flick.
Yeah yeah romcom's basic plot is as cliché as it comes - meeting, separation, reconciliation... But this one by Arif Ali is far from charming failing to breeze any emotion for the two haters... Oops lovers. No chemistry nothing that you can recommend to anyone.
Arif Ali fails miserably and to know he is the brother of Imtiaz Ali, the flaws become more glaring.
Forget about terribly written dialogues with crazy acronyms that do a big ‘bhool’ of desperately trying to be cool or creating an impression that traditional marriages are blunders, stereotyping south Indians. Even the immensely gifted AR Rahman’s peppy "Khalifa" and soulful "Ala Hada" couldn't save this forgettable prem kahani.
Conclusion: Be ready to elope if someone offers this absurd love ka dope that miserably lacks hope.