There's a little bit of saas bahu bickering and a little bit of sensex understanding, but more of a love triangle. In short, the movie has nothing to do with Saas, Bahu or Sensex. That out of the way, you focus on director Shona Urvashi's sister Masumeh, giving shot's in 'one take' with that of Tanushree Duttas '20'. That's what the media reports said prior to the films release, but what one sees is Tanushree, looking slim and sexy, walking with the best shots, probably given in max 5 takes! While Tanushree's character 'Nitya' is well carved out, Masumeh's 'Kirti' is sketchy at best.
And the script too is way beyond tight for the director to have any freedom to experiment with his cast. The location is a residential colony in Navi Mumbai. A mother (Kirron Kher) has come with her daughter (Tanushree Duta) to make Mumbai her home after divorcing her husband in Kolkatta. The film is about their bonding with the residents of the building. There's also a Call Centre thrown in for good measure. This particular Call Centre has a direct bearing with the way the stocks will fluctuate later in the movie.
The star of the film is undoubtedly Farooq Sheikh. As the eccentric Parsi stock broker who later guides the ladies in their investment, he is awesome. One gets the feeling that he has closely observed the mannerisms of his Parsi friends to come up with such a convincing performance. I dare say even Boman Irani would have fallen short! As Firoz Setna, he walks, talks and breathes the part with the ease of a pro. Ankur Khanna, is the other, apart from Tanushree, who hogs the limelight. This boy here has potential, which was seen in SIRF, too.
This movie is all about Farooq, Ankur and Tanushree.