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Shot mostly in Dubai,this movie talks about a NRI oncologist who's a playboy and spends money on spree; later finds himself in financial crisis and also gets engaged with an accidental wife.The movie continues to depict the his false-doings to come out of trouble and his hatred to his wife. But the movie ends on a positive note with the hero coming out of the crisis with the twist and turn of events and also he finds the true love in his wife.
This is a well directed film that is worth a watch. It also gives a glimpse into the life in Dubai for those who would be interested in that.
Playboy doctor Arun lives a lavish life on credit in Dubai, not regretting the past and no worrying about his future, until a time when he realizes that his style of living has cause problems for him and others,and he has to make his way out of them.
The reason for title of this film is evident only after half the film is done. The film talks about Pre Marital issues, explores the benefits of Positive thinking despite varying problems, the value of relationships in times of trouble, how a person's conscience can lead to difficulty in making decisions. It has pretty melodious songs.
The film is however too lengthy, and you need to have the patience to sit through it for over 2 and a half hours to enjoy it. All actors have played their respective roles well, and the depiction of Dubai is really natural.
Go for it
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