Cast: Anupam Kher, Boman Irani, Pravin Dabas, Tara Sharma, Ranvir Shorey, Vinay Pathak
Director: Dibakar Banerjee
Khosla (Anupam Kher) is planning to set up his new house and buys a plot for the same. However, the patriarch has to contend with land sharks, a broker who dupes him and a deceitful businessman Khurana (Boman Irani), who usurps the land bought by Khosla.
In the meantime Khosla’s elder son Cherry (Parvin Dabas) has only work on his mind, while his younger son (Ranvir Shorey) hates to work. Cherry who is unable to profess love to his close friend Megha (Tara Sharma) is now planning to go to the
Soon everyone realises the complexity of the situation that Khosla is in and tries to help. Help comes from unexpected quarters in the form of Asif Iqbal (Vinay Pathak) the visa agent, who is trying to help Cherry get a slice of the Big Apple.
How they teach Khurana a lesson that he will never forget is the story of the film. It relates to issues pertaining to most of us. Many people who are not careful about dealings in the big bad Indian metros will love and identify with the issues the film deals with.
Performances are good. However, Boman’s performance is the only one, which falls below par as his characters are getting too repetitive in his films. The director makes a fine debut. Music is young and raw and should have been promoted better.
The film will do average business being a multiplex film, but word of mouth publicity can surely help. All in all, a good watch!