The predominant reaction to the film is just that — of being absolutely confused. But if you do not try to thread together the events, you might find yourself chuckling at some points.
Krish (Om) is the average Bengali man, with not much ambition in life. Thanks to his amazingly twisted plans to pursue a good life the easy way, he ends up in a tug of war between two beautiful women.
This is a story that needs a lot of concentration, because of the insane and confusing twists and turns that help to take the story forward, of which, there is not much. And then, to make matters more confusing, there is a political gang-war angle too! So, Krish first attempts to woo Meera (Riya), who has just got a visa to America, so that he can tag along with her. You will find it difficult to digest the mindless tricks he and his second fiddle Poltu, use on her. Krish is supposedly heart-broken because Rai, a character he has completely made up, has ditched him and Meera can't wait to give a hurting Krish her gorgeous shoulders to cry on. What numbs the mind, though, is how Meera, a hot 20-something PYT on her way to America, falls for these. But then, this is a film, and approaching a girl on a local train and poking her physically, does not amount to harassment.
Next, enters Rai (Nusraat). Yes, the Rai that Krish had conjured out of thin air. And Krish, quite obviously, dives deep into her cascading locks and fluttering dupatta. Poof goes his plans of tagging along with Meera to US of A. But Meera isn't ready to give up and threatens him, 'Bom mere uriye debo!' Enter the bomb gang — two MPs, warring over the rail ministry. And the two hotties feature in this personal/political vendetta, once again, at a very twisted level. This leaves Krish, not to mention the audience, absolutely at a loss.
The predominant reaction to the film is just that — of being absolutely confused. But if you do not try to thread together the events, you might find yourself chuckling at some points. Yes, some sequences, especially punchlines, are genuinely funny. The cinematography is good, with the song sequences really upping the ante. Background score, without being top notch, at least gets the feet tapping. Coming to the acting chops of the three leads — Om: getting better with each film, Nusraat: trying her level best and showing promise, Riya: can you get rid of that accent for God's sake! Her accent's so thick and out of place, whatever little good she is doing on screen fails to register! There's not much to in the screenplay, except the 'inspiration', which ranges from Spiderman's hanging upside down kissing scene to Dhoom 2's gun-roulette scene between Ash and Hrithik. Well...
All in all, just one of those films that elicits a few laughs, but leaves you with that backslash 'ah well' smiley, you know?