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Jo is a commitment phobic. She miserably represses her problem. A handsome stranger comes into her life and finally Jo feels she can commit to, but all is not what it seems and she ends up in the most peculiar of circumstances.
OK so I watch a lot of Bollywood films and every single one has the same concept and storyline guy meets girl & falls in love etc.. I expected the same from this don't get me wrong there is romance in the film but there is also something very unexpected a twist which you don't expect at all!
This is a film made by British VJ Asad Shan, wasn't sure what to expect when I decided to watch this but have to say I wasn't disappointed at all.. You can expect all you want from this film... Romance, Drama, Action, Thriller, Comedy and go through a rollercoster of emotions... The first half of the film is mainly the intro to the main casts introducing Jai but the second half is where the film grips you...
You seriously need to watch the film to understand what I mean... What decision does Jai (Asad Shan) take? How far will he go?
This is a great film by UK British Actor Asad Shan, if your looking for something totally different to your usual Bollywood films then I would highly recommend this, everyone I've taken to see this film has thoroughly enjoyed it.. It's what you would expect if leading Bollywood Director Karan Johar and British Director Guy Ritchie would make if they collaborated to make a film... You have never seen London look so Dark as it is in 7 Welcome to London... A must watch!
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