Director: Dharmesh Darshan
It is a lesson in how to make a bad film. The first half is wasted in building and destroying one love angle, then the second is used to create 'interest' in another. Dharmesh Darshan's effort is so trite and predictable that you wonder at the incredible gall of the makers—who boast of a creditable list of good films like Lootere, Raja Hindustani and Dhadkan—come up with something devoid even of a decent look?
The story begins with the usual boy meets/gets into a fight with the girl syndrome. Abhishek Bachchan is the supposedly unemployed youth conned into giving up a job interview by Karishma. The latter poses as the boss' daughter to rob the dude of a shot at the executive manager's post. Obviously, Abhishek doesn't take the insult lying down—after getting the general manager's job, he calls Karishma to his room and gives her the scolding of her life: Mujhse shaadi...