A young man has only ten days to locate his soulmate as dictated by the stars, otherwise he could lose a fortune. He thus embarks on a journey through love, looking through twelve girls to find the one who fits his horoscope.
Tells the story about Karan, a young, spirited, sporty boy who lives life off the rules and Sana, a young petite, shy girl who lives life by the rules. This develops into a magical love story. Karan's uncle, Dr. Yatinder Khanna's much developed time machine finally works. Sana expresses her wish to travel ahead in time to Mumbai in the future. We land in Mumbai 2050 in the time machine... along with Uncle Yatinder, Rahul and Thea (Sana's younger brother and sister). Flying cars, 200 storey buildings, robots and sky rails have changed the very face of Mumbai. Through a series of twists and turns, the time traveler Karan finds himself separating from his love. QT, a friendly femme robot and Boo, a small robotic teddy bear play their distinct roles in bringing their love story together but soon find themselves under the threat of the demi-god of the future, Dr. Hoshi. Will Karan be able to overcome the threat of Dr. Hoshi and win his love and travel back in time?Written by
I ventured into this movie expecting grand treat of a sci-fi movie based on bollywood theme, but unfortunately for me and the makers of this movie the money has been spent into a wrong venture.
Just half way through the movie you feel embarrassed because you are supposed to enjoy a rehashed version of some top notch Hollywood entertainers but sadly you don't. Intead you are left wondering about the glaring ditches in the story as well as the acting. The story stops making sense after some time and even if you are interested the end is purely a forgettable affair.
Harry Baweja seems to have done everything in covering this launch vehicle for his son with as much possible but its his son who crashes it in the bad acting zone with Priyanka in it. She will survive and of course harry's son will too find an excuse but one wonders if the bollywood biggies will ever take notice of the fact that talents is what matters more than connections to an average viewer
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