This film is in the genre of Mission Impossible or Bourne Identity or your good old Bond or True Lies. Gaurav (Sidharth Malhotra) is a corporate executive in Miami, a straightforward, easy going guy with old fashioned values who wants to propose to his month long girlfriend Kavya (Jacqueline Fernandes) but she wants excitement in life and wants Gaurav’s life not to be staid and boring and often she admonishes him for this. But unknown to her , he has a past where he was an undercover operative Rishi , for an Army Colonel ( Suneil Shetty) and has carried out many missions for him and has even killed people but he has a heart and can’t bear to see his colleagues like Yakub (Darshan Kumar) killing civilians and he wants out and says so to his Colonel who has actually turned bad and is now operating with arms dealers round the world and the Indian intelligence agencies are after him and they seek the help of Gaurav who want an hard disc copy of the Colonels wrong doings and the Colonel too sends him on his last mission to recover the hard disc when the original has been destroyed and Gaurav aka Rishi goes on his last mission to Miami where with the help of Kavya, he fights his adversaries and recovers the hard disc with the help of his loyal friend Dixit (Hussain Dalal) but he has a welcoming committee in the form of a Gujarati gangster Jignesh (Amit Mistry) and has a large African American after him and also he is visited by Kavya’s parents (Rajit Kapur and Supriya Pilgaonkar) but Rishi aka Gaurav wins over all obstacles though he has been ordered to be killed by the Colonel at the hands of Yakub.

Siddharth Malhotra does a fantastic job as Gaurav and Rishi and is a future super star. Jacqueline Fernandes is a spitfire and vivacious and steals every scene she is in. Suneil Shetty does well in a cameo. Amit Mistry, Rajit Kapur, Supriya Pilgaonkar, Darshan Kumar, Kushal Punjabi, lend good support. The action is of Hollywood standard and the stunts terrific. The music by Sachin- Jigar is good with two good songs Chandralekha and Disco Disco. The editing is racy and there are hardly any dull moments in the film. Directors Raj- DK have done a very good job of an action espionage film.

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