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When Sonali Kulkarni buys tickets for Nasik she asks for two tickets for the 9 pm train but later when Nana Patekar is in John Abraham's house he says my wife is going to Nasik by the 11:30 pm train. See more »
The speedometer shows 120 not for show... the car goes upto there too.
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John Abraham's and Nana Patekar's chemistry is great on screen. Maybe John and Nana should think about working together again sometimes. I confess, sometimes John Abraham scares me when he gets mad. They did a very good job acting as bad guys and balancing the movie. It was a fast movie and really keeps you at the edge of your seat. But, sometimes, I felt that some parts were too draggy like the ending. There are lots of twists and turns and sprinkled with comedy. Expect the unexpected. The songs are okay. I was disappointed a little. Other than that, I think the director did a really good job. The Dialogue was funny and well done. Enjoy it. Worth a watch even you don't like either of them.
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