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Karan (Sonu Sood) loves Sneha (Tanushree Dutta), but is too much of an introvert to ever express his feelings to her. Although Karan's feelings are evident to many, he is content in just seeing Sneha smile, and never gathers the courage to tell her how he feels. Vicky (Emraan Hashmi) tries to talk him out of his relationship with Sneha, but Vicky assures him that this time, he is really in love with Sneha. Karan's childhood friend. Very different from Karan, Vicky is an extrovert and a notorious flirt. All three lives change when Vicky joins Karan and Sneha in college, and Sneha begins feeling drawn towards Vicky. Karan feels he has lost the only woman he has ever loved but knows he cannot do anything about it. However, life goes on, and the three of them share a special bond of friendship. The closeness between Vicky and Sneha cross all boundaries, and just as everything seems set between the two, one eventful night shatters their bond. Written by
Having been introduced to the massive amount of cinema that India has to offer, it's amazing how many great movies they've created. It was only inevitable that I would come across one of their bad movies. I was really surprised at how it fell apart so much in the second half. In the first half, it's bad because everything is so clichéd. I don't need to see a lot of Bollywood movies to recognize all the stuff about the dancing and the love interests and everything. Clichés are something we have in all media around the world.
It's the second half that really makes this bad. It went from a romantic comedy to like a horror movie. Then it became a mystery. It goes through so many genres at one time, it's really hard to follow. This is also where the acting really starts to come off as bad. It's mostly unpleasant and everyone here just seems to lack clear motives for the weird scenarios. We see all the clichés with Sneha taking the posters off, looking at herself in the mirror, etc. I'm glad to have seen a bad Indian movie just for something different. *1/2
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