Bangkok’s the destination for three youth for a `big dirty party’. The bachelors party, however, turns out to be a nightmare no sooner they think they’ve hit the jackpot. You need more than just common sense to come out of what seems to be an unending ordeal
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Times of India
Bangkok's the destination for three youth for a `big dirty party'. The bachelors party, however, turns out to be a nightmare no sooner they think they've hit the jackpot. You need more than just common sense to come out of what seems to be an unending ordeal
: An ordeal, it indeed is, for the three youth who get into trouble with the underworld dons, who have `one million' reasons to be after them. Chaitanya, Sidharth and Abhiram, the three friends seem to be having a whale of a time landing in Bangkok when all of a sudden, they are shocked to see an accident in front of them and the driver of the car is dead. Curiosity gets the better of one of three friends them as they chance upon one million dollars stuffed in a bag in the back seat of the car.
There's debate about whether they should take it or not and there is a difference of opinion among them. Since they go by the `majority' decision, they decide to get rich quick by stealing the bag. Steal, they do, but invite the wrath of the `Jackal' who will spare no effort to get back the money from them. He's got to make his efforts but as for the friends, it is time to celebrate big time with the easy money they've got.
The more sensible of the three, Abhi, trips for a girl Aarthi, who also happens to be in Bangkok supposedly running away from her parents in India so that she can avoid getting engaged.
From a small `budget' room, the friends move into a villa because of the one million dollars they have in hand now. Luxurious it is, but the party is practically over for the friends when the unexpected happens to one of them.
Though the director had a semblance of a story with him, there's a lot of wasted effort in just showing the lead characters trying their best to be happy drinking and smoking most of the time. There are also lewd references to a woman in Bangkok which is in bad taste but the censors did not seem to have a problem.
All the characters fit the bill perfectly and the director did extract his pound of flesh from them but ultimately he tests the patience of the moviegoers as the film drags. One is exasperated at the pace of the movie and is keen to see if others also are as uncomfortable. The empty chairs did not give a cue.