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Adi and Tara move to Mumbai to pursue their dreams. A chance meeting sparks off a heady, no strings attached romance until their careers pull them apart. Will ambition prevail over matters of the heart?
Aditya Roy Kapoor,
Again this film is just made to encash its prequel success. Story is sometimes very idle and sometimes confusing. Screenplay is so convenient. Flashes of a person committing suicide in starting few minutes just for induce curiosity but soon it becomes lame. You just guess the incident going to happen till interval point. This suicide track is main reason of choosing to shift in secluded village of Shillong, by male lead Adi, due to extra dose of self guilt but when character of that suicide committing person is revealed, you don't feel any sympathy towards him which makes main lead idiotic for making such dramatic decision. He is a family loving guy but does not care to live separate from them. Screenplay takes 45 minutes to make main lead back to Mumbai in his music world and reason behind this was fire broken in forest which effects poor local's life badly. You just have to bear this 45 minutes with male lead birthday reunion with family and old friends with some lengthy emotional dialogues but sadly you don't feel the emotions. A local villain was introduced there like a trading middleman but turns a strong connection Politician after interval because he has to be main obstacle for pre climax. There was unnecessary track of new heroine which badly sidelines the first one and fails to justify herself too. You laugh on pre climax fight which must have included to enhance drama. Then long climax tests your patience, which you were already lost till then. This film was supposed to have at least few good music number but here that is missing completely. Shriek in name of singing is there. Performance wise all are just OK. A character Manjyot, played by Dinesh Kumar, he is better than all established ones. He ably entertains in every frame.
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