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I was pining high hopes on Rohit Shetty after I watched his highly deserved, less-acclaimed "Zameen". Sunday seemed more suited for two- episodes suspense thriller on telly. The plot is paper-thin and execution is bad. And if this is a direct copy of the Telugu movie "Anukokunda Oka Roju", then shame on you Rohit!!!
The comedy track between Irfan Khan and Arshad Warsi does evoke a few laughs. The senti OTT, lend me a shoulder story of Arshad Warsi is unwarranted.
Performance wise, all were good. Ajay Devgan, Ayesha Takia, Ifran Khan, Arshad Warsi etc. But in all honesty doesn't deserve such a huge ensemble.
Ajay Devgan and Mukesh Tiwar's gay poking are not in good light.
Songs are good. The suspense was bad (read childish!).
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