Verdict- The plot is interesting however the execution will certainly make you not impressed. Story Plot- a youthful and adventurous girl Tania (Kainaz Motivala) really wants to launch her very own venture but needs money to do this. When her room-mate indicates that Tania occupy the task of the driver, the youthful lady thinks it might be an enjoyable and challenging factor to complete and concurs to try to get the positioning. However, the job works out to become a ride in hell for youthful Tania as her employer Arjun (Vickrant Mahajan), a humourless with no-nonsense business magnate makes her existence miserable together with his finicky character.
Arjun likes to accept challenges though so when Tania methods him right into a wager by declaring he wouldn’t have the ability to act as a person for each day, Arjun dons the driver’s uniform and concurs to become Tania’s worker for any weekend, when she requires a driver to exhibit her uncle Pappu (Manoj Pahwa) and aunt round the city. How this experience changes Arjun’s outlook towards existence forms the relaxation from the story.
Vickrant Mahajan, who plays the protagonist, can also be the director and producer from the film and therefore, he must have taken the phone call to not act inside it, we feel…for the straightforward reason why Mahajan looks too ‘boy next door’ to experience an ultra-wealthy magnate and that he just can't even accomplish the arrogance, that is needed for that role. Kainaz Motivala as Tania is very passable and thus is Prem Chopra, who plays a small sector as Arjun’s doting grandfather. However, it's Manoj Pahwa because the unbearable uncle Pappu, who draws probably the most guffaws. His one-inserts and comic timing helps make the flick a little more tolerable…
Direction- Like mentioned earlier, although the plot is very interesting, the execution is unimpressive and also the director helps make the mistake of which makes it too stereotypical and unnecessarily mushy. Furthermore, aside from the various components when Manoj Pahwa is incorporated in the frame, the film doesn’t genuinely have anything by itself to arrest the interest from the audience.
Final Word: Overall, the film is an avoidable fare