Post by rose on Oct 29, 2014 5:41:11 GMT
Which brings me to the one logical flaw in the film that I, a diehard fan, couldn't overlook. Why does Rajveer approach Harleen and get her embroiled in this mess in the first place? He tells her later that he has never been responsible for the death of an innocent, so he is going to offer her his protection, which explains the rest of the movie, but there is no good explanation for why he gets the innocent party involved to begin with. I know we are supposed to think that it is love at first sight, but that does not seem to be in character for a canny guy like him. I wish they had done something different with this, like, say, he is hiding in her car to avoid the goons, but then she gets into the car and drives off before he has a chance to sneak out, and thereby she gets involved, or something along those lines. This whole "I see your face and I am immediately so enamoured that all judgment goes out the window" is too hackneyed and needs to be retired.
I'll admit, I have a lot of tolerance for the love at first sight plot, but I really don't think it's a logical flaw here. This was apparently Rajveer's first mission being a secret opt and not a military opt. So I don't think it's too out there to say he mind wasn't fully "in it"? He also made the mistake about not venting the server who was supposed to bring the drugged drinks. And letting Harleen get her hands on his cell phone.
I find the idea that that the chases didn't kill a single innocent to be the logical flaw. No way all that killed no one.
Not that I don't agree they could have had them meet cute in a better more creative way. But I found the first date scene really funny