Khushi (Swati Sharma) is really a youthful girl, residing in Mumbai, harbouring aspirations to become a movie actress at some point. However, difficult conditions pressure her to become call-girl, in modern language known as 'Overtime', who beds well-off, middle-aged males for the money.
Getting been altered and utilized by a corrupt politician Aatre (Satish Kaushik), builder Sawant (Yashpal Sharma) and the secretary Liza (Arzoo Govitrikar), architect Rajeev (Zakir Hussain) and film coordinator Shankar also known as 'Shanky' (Vijay Raaz), Khushi will get involved within this large, bad realm of sex, exploitation, debauchery and corruption. Khushi's feelings keep getting manoeuvred by various people, including her 'best friend', who calls her 'Thoku' at some point and cajoles her to create that certain last deal, that will sort her for six several weeks. The plot is pointless. There is no entertainment (intentional/unintended), no social message, no sensible dialog, only hamming. The presenters/models on tv shopping shows possess more acting abilities compared to new faces within this almost 2-hour lengthy bore. Well-known stars for example Satish Kaushik, Yashpal Sharma, Zakir Hussain and Vijay Raaz display their absolute insufficient judgement by saying yes to explore this sleaze-fest.
There's no continuity. Vijay Raaz sports a brief crop in the first appearance and subsequently lengthy-haired within the remaining moments. Stars are proven putting on exactly the same clothes over multiple days. The outlet credits seem like they have been shot with a handy cam by a novice student filmmaker. The background music is forgettable. What were the manufacturers thinking?
You'd rather go 'overtime' at the place of work every single day than watch 'Overtime'