Producers: Amrit Dujari, Raju Bhati, Ritesh Choradia
Director: Chandrakant Singh
Cast: Rajneesh Duggal, Zaid Shaikh, Tanisha Mukherjee, Kiran Rathod, Rajpal Yadav, Shilpi Sharma, Sanjay Mishra, Asrani, Tiku Talsania, Hemant Pandey, Shakti Kapoor, Johny Lever
Music: Siddharth, Suhas
Cinematography: Najeeb Khan
The story, in short, is incompetent. Sameer (Rajneesh Duggal) and Anand (Zaid Shaikh) are married but cannot stop pursuing women. Finally, they are caught in a trap laid by their wives, who want to get their husbands back on track.
Director Chandrakant Singh makes no sense with either the script or the dialogue. Execution is disappointing. From writing to execution, everyone associated with the technical department is a letdown.
The story is a series of loopholes and glitches in the script are numerous. The mundane plot interspersed with uninteresting music makes the film seem longer than it is, even intolerable. Also, for a comic caper, the film has cheap comedy that drags especially in the second half.
The screenplay is much too predictable and vague. There are too many loose ends, and the sub-plots attached to the main plot do not connect. Cinematography is average and doesn’t exploit the locales. Editing could have been better and some scenes could have been deleted. The musical score is a letdown and picturisation is pathetic. Background music is uninspiring.
Performance-wise, Rajneesh Duggal is just about okay. Zaid Shaikh needs to take acting classes. Tanisha Mukherjee is irksome. Rajpal Yadav is good. Sanjay Mishra plays his part well. The rest of the cast is at par with the script.
Verdict: Indeed, the audience should ‘be careful’ and stay away!