Cast – Rajkumar Rao, Shruti Hassan, Darshan Jariwala, Herry Tangiri, Nina’s Kamat.
Director – Ajay Pannalal
Rating – 3/5
Review – Shiv Nautiyal aka Gattu (Rajkummar Rao) lives in Lucknow. Binny Arora’s (Shruti Haasan) and Shiv’s houses are right in front of each other. Shiv describes his childhood love Binny as his “Nikkar ke zamaane ki mohabbat” but the main problem between their love is that they are neighbours and the entire mohalla including Shiv’s father believes that “Mohalle ki ladkiyan maa behen hoti hai” and hence they consider Shiv as Binny’s brother.
Binny bullies her admirers by tying raakhi on their wrist and turning them into her raakhi brothers. Shiv has successfully managed to hide himself on the day of rakhee all his life just to avoid getting a raakhi from Binny. He loves Binny but he is very shy and can never muster the courage to speak up his feelings. When he finally does that, Binny falls for him too.
Meanwhile, Shiv’s father (Darshan Jariwala) spots Binny with his friend Bhure (Herry Tangri) on his bike and considers it as his responsibility to immediately reveal the whole scenario about Binny’s affair with Bhure to Binny’s elder brother Jaydev (Ninad Kamat). Trouble begins when Jaydev loses his cool and lands a tight slap on Bhure’s face. Bhure’s family, who are milk sellers cum criminals swear to take revenge of this insult, they take it as a challenge to get Binny married to Bhure.
Meanwhile Binny’s brother, gets her engaged to Rahul (Gautam Gulati), an NRI. But in the middle of this confusion, everyone fails to notice that it is Shiv and Binny who are in love with each other, and hence they continue to treat the two as siblings.
What happens in the end? For that you’ll have to watch the film!
What’s Good – Story, Music, Rajkumar Rao and Herry Tengri’s endearing performance.
What’s Bad – The loo break.
Watch or not? – Go for it!