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Sooraj (Sooraj Pancholi) is a gangster of Mumbai who meets Radha (Athiya Shetty). Radha is the daughter of the Chief of Police. One day, Sooraj runs with Radha, telling her that he got instructions from the police to take her away from city for some time. But later Radha gets to know that she is kidnapped by Sooraj. After a series of events, Sooraj leaves Radha. But by that time, they are already in love. Thereafter, comes the part where they have to face a lot of problems and overcome all hurdles to prove their love for each other.
It's watchable.. There is nothing extraordinary about this film. It was the big debut for Sooraj Pancholi and well, with Salman Khan's backing, the actor has turned out quite well. One thing that Nikhil Advani does right and probably the most sale-able thing in the film is Sooraj and Athiya's affable chemistry. All the scenes involving their romantic moments have been handled deftly and they truly form some good moments in the film. But unfortunately while showing these good moments, the entire movie takes a back seat. This movie has been cut out from the same fabric as Subhash Ghai's 1983 hit of the same name, director Nikhil Advani creates a similar effervescent ambiance as the original, bubbling with the energy of its young debutants.
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