18-year-old Khushi elopes with her dancing instructor and finds out, after her marriage, that she made a terribly wrong choice.
If you want to scare your daughter into submission and make her believe that love marriage is bad, please watch the film along with her. You will both come out of the movie hall convinced that loving another person against the wishes of your parents is not just a mistake, but it can completely ruin your life. The film wants to convince you, that arranged marriage is the only way this generation can have any chance of happiness, so better listen to what daddy has to say. This is exactly what our protagonist Khushi (Aksha Pardasany) was doing for the first 18 years of her life. But soon as she joins a dance class, her hormones kick in and she falls for her smarmy dance instructor, Raj (Salman Yusuff Khan). She's done being daddy's little girl. Now she wants to be a princess in her own castle with Prince charming. Sadly, her dream crashes when she figures that her castle is actually a plus-one slum and her Prince is a sore loser who occasionally, in fits of drunken rage, hits her. How Khushi turns her life around and ends up in Kazakhstan, of all places, is anyone's guess, because you are not shown that. But now, she's all ice inside, just like the barren Kazakh landscape around her. As life finally changes for the better, in comes Avi (Kashyap), her junior who is relentlessly in love with her and irritates her just as she is enjoying her success. We cannot blame her, because his approach would make any self-respecting woman squirm.
Performances by the cast range from average to awful. Salman Yusuff Khan is a dancer and not an actor, which is clearly visible with his one-dimensional act as a rogue. Aksha Pardasany appears confident on screen, while Kashyap over does with his acting throughout the film. He is even acting the in scenes where he has no dialogues.
The filmmakers have spent money on sets, which is visible. But we wish they had also spent some on the film's writing. The continuity is patchy and the songs, including an English number, are cheesy and awkward.
Very little to appreciate about this one.