Jhootha hi sahi - Notepad
Gen X - it takes everything in stride - pre-marital pregnancies, sexual orientation, double-timing - everything is cool. A group of friends excels in the leg-pulling game and has fun like you and I do. If only, they didn’t end up in a tiring climax that doesn't have a superlative or expletive to describe it. Quick quips are shot down by aimless sub-plots, songs and did I mention, awful climax.
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Boy meets girl. On the phone. Boy lies about stuff. Love happens. Time to tell truth, now what?
- The subtle national (international?) integration thing on the dinner table. A Muslim calling grace and a Hindu obeying.
- The sequence in the video store.
- The pink cab!
- Siddharth flying like Superman.
What did not
- Pakhi looked older, much older than John Abraham.
- Extra weightage to Kabir's sub-plot. If he had to stay that long, he should've come earlier on.
- Don’t any of these people have any work to do? How do they pay rents and gas bills?
- John Abraham flitting like a butterfly at the end of the 'cry cry' song.