CAST & CREW
Where you see an end to everything, your fate takes a new road. This is the gist of this movie. The theme lies in the title that let it be a lie but consider it to be the truth.
The story does not initially let the love story blossom for the two - John Abraham (Sid) and Pakhi Tyrewala (Mishka). They are shown to be already in relationships where they suffer. Sid is misled to be a person in suicide helpline centre. One day he receives a call from Mishka and saves her life.
The story turns when Sid starts playing two roles in Mishka's life - one as Fidato (the suicide case helper) and Sid (the one Fidato suggested Mishka be friends with). They start gathering feelings for each other. The truth is not revealed until the ex-boyfriend of Mishka, Kabir shows up.
Mishka knowing the truth separate ways with Sid but then finally confronting her feelings they meet at the London Bridge where all these started and led happily ever after.
A movie was well written and reciprocated by the couple Abbas Tyrewala and his wife, Pakhi Tyrewala. The director keeps up his new breeze of friendship and romance going parallel that he initiated in his debut Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na. The music keeps you going rather strong and keeps you entertained throughout. The movie might be on the critics for being copied from a famous serial FRIENDS, but it is just Indianite version of western culture.
Indeed, a review to be made seeing John on the screen makes you forget the rest. And the same impact was seen in this movie. A youth endeavor, John fulfills the expectations made by his fans. The amazing parts were also the voice overs by stars like Ritesh Deshmukh, Abhishek Bachchan also. Pakhi plays her role well, and the script is well written.
Why watch this movie?
It won't give you the feel of reading a Mills & Boon's novel.
It has its twists and turns.
Good punches and promises you to keep you laughing once in a while.
Why to not watch this movie?
Surely a romantic movie, but surely not a Date Movie
Inclination towards the western culture and thus a possibility of not being liked by the traditional Indian crowd.
Though not giving you exactly what you look for in a romantic movie but it surely keeps you entertained with witty jokes those are well written and stated. A movie to keep you away from monotonous Bollywood romantic drama but still keeps you inclined to it.
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