Badrinath Bansal from Jhansi and Vaidehi Trivedi from Kota belong to small towns but have diametrically opposite opinions on everything. This leads to a clash of ideologies, despite both of them recognizing the goodness in each other.
Two friends, Ram Bharose and tech genius Cyberjeet, create a website that helps lovers to elope. The site is an instant hit; young couples line up for the opportunity to escape strict families and run away with the ones they love.
A young Mangalik boy is supposed to marry a tree if he wants to marry a girl of his choice while the tree which he gets married has Shashi a ghost residing on it waiting for her lover.Shashi starts to follow him everywhere after he marries the tree. Written by
The major blame falls on the humdrum writing involved in developing the snooze-worthy romantic track between Shashi and Phillauri.It was expected to be bad as she is acting and producing this movie. That twist is also heavily borrowed from Robert Pattinson's tearjerker Remember Me. Nothing wrong with borrowing an idea, but I am not a fan of using a real- life tragedy that leaves an impact even after so many years, to drive your plot while not doing any kind of justice to the event. Even Kanan and Anu's track gets a slipshod conclusion after being ignored for nearly the entire second half in favour of Shashi's. Coming to think of it, there is nothing new that the movie offers you storywise when it comes to both the love stories. The climax is an absolute let down and never seems to end, coupled with some really lazy resolution and average special effects. Barring Duma Dumb, none of the songs make any kind of impact and their frequent inclusion just taxes your patience.
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