After providing powerhouse shows in Iqbal and Shaitan respectively, Shreyas Talpade and Rajeev Khandelwal make their fans shake their mind in utter discontent at looking at the two stars crazy off to fame in the latest release Will You Marry Me?
A love triangle, the movie requires 3 college friends Rajveer (Rajeev Khandelwal), a serial womanizer, Aarav (Shreyas Talpade), a relationship junkie and Nikhil (Muzammil Ibrahim), which get into a teenager deal involving a lot of cash obtain to the individual who remains unmarried till the very end.
However, next scene, Nikhil suggests his girlfriend Anjali (Tripta Parashar) and the trio leave for Dubai for the wedding. Prior to the trio land in sunny Dubai, Aarav and Rajveer be seduced by Sneha (Mugdha Godse), a buddy from the bride and spend the very first 1 / 2 of the movie in a game title of 1 up-guy-ship to be able to conquer the lady, who appears prepared to flutter her eyes at both besotted males in equal measure. Things further get complicated when Rajveer eventually ends up taking a loss owned by a gutka baron (Paresh Rawal) inside a bad stock deal and also the unscrupulous gent lands up in Dubai for his pound of flesh, visiting the extent of threatening to ruin Nikhil's wedding by thumping from the groom if his cash is not came back. The perplexed trio then stays the relaxation from the movie trying various ways to develop the cash even as Rajveer and Aarav have the ability to free time to cope with their affections for Sneha.
What sort of group manages to remove the baron and which guy has got the girl finally forms the rest of the film.
In the very start, what rankles may be the poor acting abilities displayed by Khandelwal and Talpade, who appear to create themselves lower towards the degree of Ibrahim (to provide him company, possibly?). Furthermore, the 3 stars are meant to be old college buddies however their camaraderie lacks a mans connecting chemistry observed in other movies just like a Dil Chahta Hai as well as Delhi Belly, for your matter. Mugdha Godse plays the bimbette perfectly and something isn't sure regarding that has she lost her heart to as she keeps making eyes at both stars, who try every juvenile trick within the book to obtain her. Paresh Rawal is completely wasted because the slow speaking gutka baron who pads every cent zealously.
The comedy, while it is able to provoke a few chuckles in a few parts, is over-all a letdown along with a crisp editing would've surely made the film a tad less intolerable. Overall, in this movie remains a completely avoidable fare.