It’s a triangular love story with Sagar (Ferdous), Jhinuk (Sayali) and Mukto (Gracy) playing college students.Govinda plays a high-ranking police officer, who turns out to be a friend, philosopher and guide to these kids, helping them find love.
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It's a triangular love story with Sagar (Ferdous), Jhinuk (Sayali) and Mukto (Gracy) playing college students.Govinda plays a high-ranking police officer, who turns out to be a friend, philosopher and guide to these kids, helping them find love.
a feature film will be insulting the art of filmmaking. Don't let names like Govinda or Gracy Singh fool you as it is possible that what you get to see on screen may break your heart in the end.
Govinda, who has entertained us in innumerable Bollywood flicks with his funny acts before, disappoints in this one. One immediately realizes that Govinda ha no clue about what's going on around him. Even Gracy Singh, who charmed us with her innocence and beauty in
, looks scary with layers and layers of makeup. Here, she is seen playing an 18-year-old college student sporting two pigtails, which is a bit difficult to digest.
And if this is not all, enter Ferdous, to add to our plight. The actor is seen playing a PhD student. Sadly, the actor looks too elderly for his character. And even Himesh Reshmmiya would beat Ferdous hands down when it comes to acting skills. Imagine Ferdous as Lord Krishna and Sayali as Radha, performing Rabindra Nritya on stage! And how can one forget the scene where a love-sick Ferdous looks at Sayali with longing and admiration? It simply makes you cringe.
However, the last nail in the coffin is its convoluted storyline. It doesn't help much when Govinda, a DIG of police, starts dancing on
track almost every time he appears on screen.
At the end of it all, you'll sympathize with the poor actors for being part of such a production. It's high time that the director-duo start thinking about an alternative occupation.