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  • 2.5/5
Slightly Entertaining. Slightly Misogynistic. Slightly Repetitive.

It seems Luv Ranjan has found a paradigm that works for box office and tries to fit every story he comes across in it. For people who have previously watched this director's works, the concept is hardly new for them. Of course, the story has a different setting, but Ranjan sticks to preaching of his old moral: that friendship should come before love. But, unfortunately, this story, however light-hearted it may seem, has a darker, misogynistic side to it. Almost all the female characters are objectified and are shown as the ones with lesser intellect than their male counterparts. But, all this aside, Ranjan is able to create interesting characters like Ghasitaram and Lalu Kaka, I seriously hope that the film was based on these two rather than the two good looking caricatures that have been fed to us. The film is an entertaining watch, no questions about it, especially if you have a company of your male friends. No matter how many times the story derails, Ranjan puts it back on track for us to sit back and enjoy the show.

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