• Rahul Desai
    Rahul Desai
    Film Companion


    A Crude Social Comedy With A Man Problem …The film starring Ajay Devgn and Tabu as a divorced couple isn’t a very thoughtful ‘social comedy’

  • Tabu is the only breath of fresh air here; she is unaffected and natural as can be. It is only when she is on screen that the film is infused with life. If the story were told from her perspective instead of that of the rather self-centered Ashish, we’d have a better film on our hands.

  • Meena Iyer
    Meena Iyer
    DNA India


    It’s an enjoyable family watch; the frailties in human relationships are nicely captured.  

  • If you look beyond the film’s messaging and twisted sexual politics, its aesthetics is meant for television viewing. Constant close-ups, sitcom-y film score and blurred background shots of London make you feel trapped, with very little movement happening. The film’s craft adds to its staleness and anachronistic feel. As much as the film wants to be an iconoclast, it reinstates the same conservatism it pretends to take down.