Kareena plays Dia, a social worker who wants to do something for the poor and works as a social worker in Bengaluru. Imran who plays a laid back architect named Sriram, who finds all these stuff fake. This clash of ideologies rift them apart and results into a break up. Sriram moves to another girl Vasudha ( the beautiful Shraddha Kapoor) and fiery Dia continues her work and moves to a village in Gujarat.
Soon Sriram realizes his love for Dia and moves on to village to work for her and impress her and then starts the romantic angle which has nothing new to offer to the audiences. He decides help Dia with her dream to build a bridge in the village and thereby a bridge to her heart too! The second half gets stretchy with the corruption issues Imran faces with the bridge.
Neither the dialogues are clever or catchy to hold the attention. With all the predictable situations coming one after the other, movie falls flat expecially in the second half. Imran’s acting does nothing to impress the audiences!! Kareena is okay and pulls off her job well but knowing how good she can be, her talent is totally wasted in the film. Isha Gupta marks her presence in the small role. Anupam Kher entertains as usual.
The direction too fails to hold the grip and is weak in several areas. It looks like some pieces of the movie are taken from ‘Ek main aur ek tu’. The album is not one of the best works that has came out from the dynamic duo of Vishal-Shekher except for the spurky ‘Chingam Chabake‘ and the pleasing ‘Naina‘.
Final Verdict: Skipping this movie will be a complete use of time!