SUNO NA plays on your nerves. It's boring to the point of driving you nuts. Although the pretext picked is fine, its implementation leaves you wondering what director Amy Thanawala is upto. The acting is hilarious. I mean there's this one pregnant girl whose boyfriend ditches her. Her parents disown her and she is left to fend for herself. She decides to kill herself, when the child in the womb begins talking to her. At first, this chatter is intriguing, but then it becomes the very bane of this movie.
To cut long story short, girl decides to live, moves to Mumbai to stay at her friend's place and surprisingly, every boy falls in love with her. The friend in whose house she lives, who is single, has no one falling in love with her!
In the end, she delivers a child. A professor falls in love with her and her parents too reach in time for her delivery. In between all this, you are subjected to the director's perplexed state of mind.
SUNO NA, just forget about this!
PS: When the girl is in the delivery room, the entire neighbourhood is in with her along with the doctor and nurses!