This one felt like an urban multiplex story that has been transplanted to small town India with only superficial adjustments. The kind of live-in relationship shown here would most likely not be tolerated by the neighbors in Jaipur. The landlord would probably ask the couple to get the hell out of his/her property. Similarly, a bride who has been left at the altar would probably be far more bitter and her relatives would probably be giving her much more passive-aggressive "sympathy" than what is depicted in the film. Goyal uncle would probably be a bit more judgmental. I know they wanted to make a light and funny movie, where the main (only?) problem is the commitment-phobia of the involved parties, but then they should have set the film in a milieu where such a story is a natural fit. The performances are competent but not extraordinary, they are certainly not far superior to what we might see in a Dharma produced rom-com. It might seem like I hated the film, but I did not. It was light and enjoyable for the most part, the music was nice, some of the lines were laugh-out-loud funny, but it did not feel like a true portrait of man-woman relationships in small town India. Ranjhanaa was much closer to the truth IMO.
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