Inder Bhalla (played by Abhishek Bachchan) wants to escape from his father (played by Rishi Kapoor) moves to Bangkok to achieve his dream of becoming a singer. Inder’s father, who runs a bakery always scold his wife Pammi (played by Supriya Pathak) for all the problems in his life.
But, Inder wants to sell their bakery as he receives an opportunity to prove himself as a singer. Now, the story moves to his failed romance with Nimmi (Asin) due to his illusion to commitment following his parents failed marriage.
But, the twist in the tale rises when Asin was kidnapped from her own marriage. Who kidnapped her? Why was she kidnapped? Will Inder reach his dream? Forms the rest of the story.
There are no notable performances from the star cast in this movie. Abhishek Bachchan is just okay in his role while Rishi Kapoor is good as usual. Actress Asin looks pretty good but she did not fit for her role.
Some comedy scenes came out well
Camerawork is decent
The story of this movie is a big minus and it is quite predictable and has nothing new to offer. Despite touted as a commercial movie, there is no elevation for the hero’s character. There are many unnecessary characters in the film, which could have easily been avoided.
The screenplay does not make things interesting either. Music and background score is average. Many unwanted scenes could have easily been trimmed. Production values are pretty good.
Better to skip this movie…