A group of tourist students is welcomed by Full Pant (played by Boman Irani) into a dhaba (roadside eatery), and he proceeds to tell them forcefully the story of Michael Mishra (played by Arshad Warsi).
The guy handles knives like a pro and falls in love with Varsha Shukla, the fictitious actress, played by Aditi Rao Hydari. Unless Michael leaves the world of crime, their relationship will end up caput.
The film showcases mind-numbing levels of ridiculous buffoonery. Arshad Warsi is seen justifiably bored, sleepwalking through the film while speaking in some Bihari dialect that no Bihari has ever heard or used before.
It heavily mocks the sensibilities of an unfortunate viewer. The absurdity in this film is taken up several notches, thanks to Half-Pant (played by Kayoze Irani).
The banality of this movie knows no bounds and sadly, each and every actor contributes towards it. The conversation between the visiting students and Boman Irani turns out to be massively ridiculous but don’t have higher expectations from other scenes as well.
In conclusion, the film is woefully infested by two characters, Half Pant and Full Pant, played by Kayoze and Boman. It is difficult to believe that Manish Jha, the director behind Anwar and Mathrubhumi, gave us this.
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