Shah Rukh Khan comes across as a car modifier who runs the shop in Goa along with his little brother Varun. Mukesh Tiwari and Pankaj Tripathi comes along as his side kicks. For most of the part the actors have tried to make up for the script by overdoing it.
The plot aimed at being an entertainer has all the elements like action, comedy, romance and sentiments but just fail to have a coherence. The humour gigs just don’t tickle your funny bones enough. The flying cars also get boring after a while and the director definitely makes you wonder about Bulgaria as well.
Most of the scenes seem to be a force-fit and just wears you down. Rohit Shetty has a penchant for Goa and that can be understandable but why so much of colour is a question that needs to be answered.
SRK and Kajol can up your spirits at times but that is all they can do in a script that fails to keep the audience glued. The movie could have been much better with a cast like SRK, Kajol, Boman Irani, Sanjay Mishra and Varun Dhawan.
Director Rohit Shetty could have worked on the story a little more to make it appealing.