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Annie aka Anita (Athiya Shetty) is looking for a real existence accomplice yet there’s a condition. To make her ‘sahelis’ envious, she needs to wed a NRI just and has just dismissed numerous engagement propositions for a similar explanation. Enter Pushpendra Tyagi (Nawazuddin Siddiqui), a Dubai-returned bookkeeper who also is chasing for a lady of the hour and ends up being Annie’s neighbor.
“36 ke hain gaye, kab tak brahmachari bankar baithe rahe, Naati, kaali, patali, takli…kisi se bhi byah kar lenge….Hamko mod-hello there chahia bas,” says Tyagi in desparation to his more youthful kin. Before long, our saint figures out how to get himself a lady of the hour, yet his satisfaction is brief when his family cancels the commitment. Considering this to be a brilliant chance to settle abroad, Annie fools Pushpendra into accepting that she adores him and the couple even wind up getting married without illuminating their particular families. Things take an amusing turn when Annie finds that Pushpendra has been terminated from his activity in Dubai. Will Annie’s fantasy about settling in a remote nation worked out as expected? The remainder of the film holds a response to that.
Whenever the writing disappoints you, it’s Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s awesome comic planning which spares the show. It’s invigorating to watch the on-screen character haul off a job that is out of his customary range of familiarity. Athiya Shetty as an eager community young lady also gets the chance to claim her minutes in the film. Her science with Nawazuddin Siddiqui is friendly. The remainder of the cast including Abhishek Rawat and others add their own piece to the diversion in the film.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s splendid comic-timing and his pleasant science with Athiya Shetty are the main purposes behind processing this dull admission.