Genre: Love/Extramarital Affairs
Director: Mohit Suri
Inspector Siddharth Mehra (Emraan Hashmi) has just seized a consignment of narcotics and cash and the News Channels air his praises. But on the inside Siddharth suffers from his estrangement with his cop-wife Sonia (Shamita Shetty) on domestic hassles and ego issues; thus making him the typical frustrated guy like in Murder.
Siddharth accidentally meets a damsel in distress Anna (Udita Goswami) and soon develops a relationship with her. Anna makes Siddharth believe that she is pregnant and is suffering from cancer and trauma from her wife-beating husband Sean (Sameer Kochhar). Playing Good Samaritan, Siddharth parts with the cash seized from the narcotics raid. Just then, Anna and Sean are reported dead in a fire, which the commissioner suspects is a terrorist activity and appoints Sonia as the special investigating officer on the job.
The rest is predictable Bollywood masala. (Hence, spoiler omitted)
Mukesh/Mahesh Bhatt house needs to come out of the low-budget-skin-adultery vicious cycle after Murder, Jism, Rog, etc. Emraan plays their in-house frustrated character who fails to evoke any sympathy (which he desperately needs for all his roles). The girls compete in a failing battle with Emraan in proving who the worst actor of all is. Roopkumar Rathod gives ‘Woh Lamhe’, the only hummable song from this movie.
Rating: 2/5 – Highly Avoidable.