Roy (Abhishek Bachchan) is a professional conman, who has raised his work to the level of an art. The only true thing he has is his love for Simmi (Priyanka Chopra) someone who is so rooted, honest and sincere, that he can't bring himself to tell her the reality of who he is. But when his past catches up with him, she cannot forgive him for the deceit their relationship is built on. He loses her forever. That's when Aditya Srivastav (Riteish Deshmukh) enters the picture. He is the counterpoint to everything that Roy is as frantic as Roy is calm, as dumb as Roy is smart, as messy and untidy as Roy is smooth. They have only one thing in common.Aditya is a conman too. At least he thinks of himself as one. In Roy's book, he's an embarrassment. But one that won't go away!
Writer:Rajat Arora (dialogue), Shridhar Raghavan (story and screenplay)
A conman Roy, gets dumped by his girl-friend. Then he finds out he has a fatal disease. On the verge of death, he resolves to do some good, by helping his apprentice Dittu hoodwink the mobster who hurt his (Dittu's) family. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Greg W (ca) wrote: "el mariachi" + 'desperado"+'no country for old men"= this one
Flavio S (kr) wrote: Tense movie !!! Excellent !!!
Sheila C (it) wrote: Beautifullly filmed foreign language period drama with a wonderful musical score set in 1936 Paris
ashley g (fr) wrote: i am not interested because it looks nasty
Marilee A (de) wrote: Highly recommended by the Fabulous Beachbunni
Richard L (au) wrote: Science-fiction animation with impressive visuals superimposed on a videogame-grade storyline and many unnecessary, "accidental" sexy poses.
Tom G (gb) wrote: "A tale of corporate mergers, Japanese porn, and the Internet"sounds like a typical day in the life of a World of Warcraft player
Carol H (kr) wrote: I used to like this movie, but that was because I had only seen the TV version. When I saw the real version, it was ruined for me.
Ash M (es) wrote: This movie got very harsh reviews IMO. It wasn't a great Bond movie but I pretty much enjoyed it till the final 20 mins of it which I felt was a pretty crappy ending/climax.
Augustine H (ca) wrote: Roman Polanski, a small apartment, a feminist (hero this time) never fail. Simple as that. The intriguing confrontation under the context of Pinochetian political trauma ends up with a confession. Is that really enough in contemporary viewpoint? It may not be, but imagine if it's a true story, after that long years, an apology is already more than enough as comforts, isn't it?
Li G (ag) wrote: noir at its (70's) best.
Benjamin N (br) wrote: Maclaine is soooooooooo hot in this movie. Caine is the man.