Two straight guys pretend to be gay in order to secure a Miami apartment. When both of them fall for their roommate Neha, hilarity ensues as they strive to convince one and all that they're gay, secretly trying to win her heart.
Critically wounded and lying unconscious in a Mumbai hospital, ACP Yashvardhan of the Narcotics Control Bureau reflects on his life and his love-affair with Maya. With the assistance of the Commissioner as well as his colleagues, Atul, Kamlesh and Mahesh Pandey, and an informer, Arvind Shetty, he was able to apprehend drug-dealers in Kutch, Gujarat; Jalandhar, Punjab, as well as in Himachal Pradesh. Unknowingly, he paved the way for Vasu Anna Reddy to become the sole drug-dealer and invite his Mombasa-based brother, Vishnu, to join him. An encounter with the team kills Vasu, and some of the team gets suspended. A vengeful Vishnu decides to target the entire police unit as well as their respective families, and vows that he will not rest until he has killed them all. He starts with brutally killing Mahesh and his wife, Rachna, and then abducts Atul's wife, Swati - with a motive of forcing the former to do away with the remainder of this police team. Written by
Yes that's true. This movie unexpectedly does really well.
My expectation before watching the movie (from Rumors & storyline): May be the effect of Dabangg or Bodyguard, I was expecting lots of South kind of action.
But when I watch the movie, no scene was extreme, really thanks for the action director for not making it south like. & When you have muscular hero & villain, u can expect lots of action between them.
OK as usual, lets start with review.
Why to see: Story: Though a kind of regular story, but good direction makes it watchable. Action: Good & watchable action, no dabangg & bodyguard ! John's acting: For the first time I like John's ACTING, & truly he scores !
Why not: Nothing that wrong with the movie. so u can watch it.
Bare: Genelia's acting, those who like/love her, can ignore this.
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