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Vipul K Rawal writer of the film had filed a case against director and other writers.As he was denied credits for the film.Later the matter was solved and he was credited along with Sidhartha Singh and Garima Wahal. See more »
I loved the trailer and its empathetic value before going to the movie, but perhaps bad edits and bad narrative spoiled the movie. The story line is very predictive and doesnt carry enough emotion towards the story. Sharaddha Kapoor might be a good actress, but I dint see much use of her skill except for 2/3 songs and marketing of a heroine. Second half of the film felt very promising but again, due to unwanted jokes/comedy it lost its essence, it felt a lot like #JollyLLB series but thats now what this movie was intended to, even if it was, it wouldn't live up to the expectation of #JollyLLB series coz a lot of jokes bounced off. Shahid Kapoor, Divyendu and despite lesser screen time Yami Gautam did perform great but it lacked the narrative.
I hope they correct this and re-release or though this culture of cutting multiple scenes for DVD release in India isn't that popular, I can only hope that makers do something about its narrative style and re-release it.
I'd gone for 2/3 but Shahid did amazing work as an actor, I blame bad narration for all bad ratings.!
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