The pace at which things develop between debutant pair Shiva (Jaffrey) and Aastha (Segal) is slower than a sloth. The first half is about the standard getting together of of the two : shiva is an idle-layabout, who whiles away time in dance bars and card games and beating people up; Aastha is an ace student, studying to clear her CA exams.
Overall the the same thing continues that we have time and again seen in other entertainment dramas Just like Kabir Singh, in this movie too the good-for-nothing male is entitled enough to put his stamp on the young woman: yeh meri hai, he declares, and everyone else backs off. ( How much I wish I had a guy like that in my life !! ) Writers and directors seems to not understand that this type of Romance is not something we need in real life and just continues to give the wrong notions of love.
The end is a hurried twist. And will only leave you with one question : wasn’t one such film enough, why made the remake?