Dev and Rohan are best friends. Rohan introduces Dev to his friend Saanjh, an architect, who Dev takes an instant liking to. Saanjh, on the other hand, is in love with Rohan. The two decide to get married, but a tragic event puts that possibility out of contention. A maverick police officer Scindia enters the scene to investigate events. A cricketer tries to become a film star, and as time will tell, Jadeja will be "yet another one of those." Sunny Deol and Sunil Shetty are reasonable and hammy as ever, Celina Jaitley looks nice and predictable, thereby fulfilling her apparent purpose in the film. Written by
Whoever did the special effects for this movie definitely got carried away and overconfident. Trying to look like a Matrix shot of a slow-motion bullet, a very fake computer-generated bullet draws across the screen. Then in a fight sequence a long x-ray vision of a man with bones breaking (also very fake) follows after he receives a punch. That was just too much, and it just cracked me up. Oh, and half the movie is slow motion. A guy spends twice as much time entering the room as he does talking in it. The people behind this movie are acting like their story is a huge breakthrough in cinema. Okay, it is a good story but not that great. If the treatment of the movie was a bit more subdued, it would be a whole lot better. Sunil Shetty's new hairstyle is pretty cool. Ajay Jadeja has a really weird voice. He doesn't have star material, however he suits his role. It was nice to see Sunil give a good, unique performance again after Qayamat. Sunny was just Sunny. Celina was nice.
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