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India based Shomu and his wife Meenu are a happily married couple with two children. Shomu decides to travel to Britain for business purposes, as well as to meet his childhood friend, Ravi Kapoor. Once in Britain, Shomu finds himself getting close to single women, and realises that he is now ready for an extra-marital affair. His friend, Ravi Kapoor, on the contrary believes that Shomu is the luckiest man on earth, as he is in love with his wife, and their marriage is rock steady. Not trusting her husband, Meenu asks a U.K. based friend to check up on him. The friend reports back that Shomu is involved with a woman named Tara. Meenu decides to go to Britain as well and catch Shomu red-handed. In the meantime, Ravi meets with a waitress named Menaka Choudhary and decides to propose marriage to her, apprehensive that she too will turn him down. The stage is all set for sparks to fly, and emotions to rise. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Written by Vishal Dadlani
Composed by Shekhar Ravjiani and Vishal Dadlani
Performed by Udit Narayan and Mahalakshmi Iyer
Courtesy of Universal Music India
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Waste of 2 hours.
6 May 2010 | by (Miami) – See all my reviews

When I noticed Sanjay Suri in this movie I got the impression that this maybe worth watching. With an initial interesting portion involving scenes of him and Ashish Chaudary making hilarious disscusions, I predicted the movie would be funny. Unfortunately the movie had nothing fresh or novel to offer. Neither a different insight in to the institution of marriage was presented. This movie does not hold against movies like 'Anuranan' or even 'Life Partner'. All actors performed well. But with a lame script there was no substance in the plot. There was a lot of potential to progress the plot towards slapstick situations. Mandira Bedi gets the opportunity to act in another movie, but she is wasted. Maybe her hubbie director should quit making movies altogether.


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