The only bright spot in this 'oily' film is Zayed Khan's performance. The guy restricts himself well to play this 'much-in-love' boyfriend, who is sort of hen-pecked. A middle-class man working with an architect, his monthly salary is Rs 25,000. He is now engaged to marry. He is an upright man, who will take no shortcuts to success.
His roommate friend Sam (Ranvijay Singh) is just the opposite. He spends the entire night chatting with unknown people on the internet and spends the day sleeping in the hope of hitting the jackpot someday.
But the jackpot looks kindly on Prithvi Khurana (Zayed Khan). One day, at the ATM, he realizes that his bank balance has jumped to Rs 100 crores. But before he can settle down with this euphoric news, he gets a call from bhai (Dawood) who tells him that the money belongs to him and it was he who deposited it in his account. He will now have to give Rs 10 cr each at different point in time to the people he informs him about. Prithvi, for his efforts, stands to gain a hefty commission.
Prithvi is now in fear as bhai
has promised to harm his girlfriend (Tina Desai) if anything goes wrong. So he seeks the help of Sam to help him in this mission to give away the wealth.CHECK OUT: SHARAFAT GAYI TEL LENE songs lyrics
The movie has no suspense, is a bland comedy and even the 'thriller' bit isn't thrilling enough to make this film what it was intended to be-a comedy/thriller.
Anupam Kher is by now seasoned enough to walk through the sets for a role like this and 'can' his shots in half a day. A cool way to hit the 'jackpot'!
The movie lacks imagination just like its name!