Director: Raajeev Walia
Writer: Anwarullah Khan
Stars: Sunny Leone, Gauhar Khan, Arbaaz Khan
Runtime: 1h 48min
Genre: Romance, Thriller
Released: 1 December 2017
Summary: A man in a blue, another man in a shiny mustard suit, a girl in a flowery dress and a third man in a black suit, stride into an opulent house and marvel at some paintings. This is the kind of art you look at curiously as you walk along a streetside gallery. But these four characters seem impressed. “Awesome”, “Lajawab”, “Kya mast hai”, “Fantastic”, they exclaim in turn. And then before they can run out of the house with the large canvases, they are submerged and trapped in one of the paintings, drowning in clear blue waters. As they are floundering, man in mustard suit (Aarya Babbar) sees a boat and shouts, “Boat”! I don’t think my brain cells have died quicker, and the ones that lived are unwilling to forgive me!
For the remaining one hour and 40 minutes, there is no flotation device that can save the viewer from this absurd story. A man named Veer (Arbaaz Khan) paints a woman from imagination. On his first chance meeting with Rounak (Sunny Leone) he shows her an image of her portrait and she’s smitten. Surprisingly her first instinct isn’t “stalker alert”. But then are logic, reason and a screenplay needed when you have Sunny Leone and Arbaaz Khan headlining your film? Credit to director Rajeev Walia, though, for waiting a whole 30 minutes before using Leone’s first sexy shot. Till then we see Leone as Rounak, beside herself with anguish as she is searching all over for her missing Veer (Arbaaz Khan).