Certificate: U/A

Director: Abhishek Dogra

Starring: Govinda, Varun Sharma, Sanjay Mishra, Digangana Suryavanshi & Prabhleen Sandhu

Story: Rajeev Kaul

Screenplay: Rajeev Kaul & Manu Rishi Chadha

Bela Kapoor (Prabhleen Sandhu) has dedicated her life to the betterment of the society and leaves her middle-aged husband Gagan (Govinda) craving for nights of sheer passion. Frustrated, the theatre actor indulges in an affair with a person half his age, Bindu (Digangana Suryavanshi) and decides to bring her home after his wife leaves the city for social work. Meanwhile, A desperate salesman Rajiv (Varun Sharma) is on the brink of losing his job at a water purifying company and asked to leave if he fails to sell at least one purifier by Friday; and that’s when the eccentric Kapoor couple come in to the picture.

Much was expected from this Govinda film but it fails to live up to the expectations.

Technically the film is okay. Cinematography by Manoj Shaw is decent. Editing by Manan Sagar is also okay. The screenplay is bad and the dialogues are a hit and miss, even though a few one liners are good. The story over all lacked the depth. Music is a letdown.

Performance wise, Govinda steals the show. He seems to be at his best. It was refreshing to see him and reminded of the Govinda of the early 2000s. Varun Sharma gives his best but the script fails him. His and Govinda’s chemistry is wonderful. Digangana Suryavanshi is average. Prabhleen Sandhu has nothing much to do. Sanjai Mishra fails to leave an impact in his cameo.

Director Abhishek Dogra has also been letdown by a poor script, but even so he fails to make an impact with his direction.

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At the box-office

The film is a non-starter!

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