It's a who-dun-it and it achieves of you not guessing the suspense till the end, until of course a forward on your phone has already played spoilsport.
Manjari Phadnis plays the central role but Maheck Chahal takes the centrestage when she enters a little after Ashmit and Manjari are leading a happy, married life. She enters straight into their bedroom and there's a MMS, and the plot which weaves the mystery thereafter is not coming from me, for now at least.
Manjari Phadnis looked prettier in Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na or perhaps her jail sequences compelled the maker to give her a shabby look.
Maheck Chahal looks extremely hot and is pretty confident and convincing in her scenes.
But the actor who seems to have enjoyed being in front of the camera in this is Ashmit Patel. He walks through his portions with aplomb and style, and one wished that he had a larger part to play in the scheme of things.
Arbaaz Khan does a fair job as the tough cop and in fact turns the film on its head in the climax, but he must lose some weight and pronto.
Rest of the cast don't matter, and Nirdosh will manage to shock you in the end even if you are a master at guessing.
The production values are okay, but the director could have dome a better job, at least in trimming the second half a little bit. The first half in contrast is too short. The writing too is just average. "Hospital and police stations are the only two places from where there’s no guarantee that you will ever return," and a few other dialogues should have been avoided.
I'll go with a two-and-half.
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