We have an intelligent and rich bachelor, Remo, an aspiring entrepreneur. He has complete world with no women in it. Thanks to his mischievous friend Siddarth that he meets Siddarth's chat friend, and soon falls in love with her.They soon marry and their world is full of happiness, until Sunny comes in the picture, as the lover of Sophie, from her past. Along with him comes the dilemma of choosing love of Sunny over comfort given by her spouse Remo. A diabolical plan is hatched between Sunny and Sophie to kill Remo by natural means, by just threatening him by fake bullets, so that he dies in an asthmatic attack, so that no suspicion is raised. And Remo is killed by Sunny, not by asthma, but by the gun. The bullets were real, indeed. Are there any other meanings behind the scenes more dark than this?
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Priti P (kr) wrote: It seems that this movie was intended to depict much more depth than it has managed to convey. Rohan, the director is experimental and kudos to him for that. He has tried to present a 'neither very generic nor very different' storyline with a different concept i.e. by using the element of theatre aka 'nautanki'. Genre of the movie is comedy and this comedy is different from others as it is not primarily dialogue based but situation and expression based. Also somewhere, the director has tried to use the theatre 'nautanki' as the metaphor for the mother of all 'nautankis' i.e. life itself! The movie constantly shifts between these two parallels. Backdrop of the former is modern day 'Ramayana' (most esteemed Hindu epic) and that of the latter is the protagonist trying to heal a suicidal 'stranger turned dependent turned friend' by finding his former love and giving him work so that he attaches some worth to himself. The essence of the story is basically situational misunderstanding. In spite of all his noble intentions and sacrifices, the protagonist is misunderstood by his partner, love and also friend! Reason for the same are age old human errors of - mixing task and emotion, undertaking an activity without giving a thought to its obvious result, trespassing territories etc.Ayushmann, and Kunaal have acted well. Evelyn has some screen presence. The power of modern day theatre could have been presented in a more powerful and enhanced format. Also, the heroines could have been better. Some comedy scenes are really funny and some are original as well. Last but not the least, herein again you miss the element of complete showmanship. Are there no successors of Mr. Subhash Ghai and Late Mr. Yash Chopra?
Mad M (ag) wrote: A witty, refreshing comedy that loses a bit of steam towards the end.
Michael T (it) wrote: Excellent martial arts movie with a good story! If you like the arts its a great film.
Frances H (es) wrote: Not nearly as good as the first one.
Rob V (au) wrote: Afters years of watching terrible bootleg copies, I finally caught this on the big screen last night in all it's trashy cinematic glory. This is film making at its purest. Radical, unhinged and shamelessly perverse.