A youthful chap Mohan (Suraj Bisht) from “Garhwal” moves to Delhi to wind up plainly a model. He lands straight into a demonstrating rivalry where young men clad in undies are being asked lowbrow inquiries on for what good reason they should win the title. At the point when Mohan calls his grin his greatest resource, the group of judges including the people person Sonal Modi (Raveena Tandon) disparages and rejects him.
Call it fortunes or somewhere in the vicinity, Mohan chances upon Sonal’s meeting card and connects with her. She welcomes him home and slips into an elegant robe at last luring him. Once the demonstration is done, she slips a pile of money into his hands and rechristens him as Afzar, her toyboy whom she acquaints as her mentor with the world. In a parallel track, a coffeehouse server named Raina (Arpita Chatterjee) carries on with a twofold life and has a dim mystery. Her manager, Neil (Areesz Ganddi) is a gay person man who is ghosted. (Areesz Ganddi). Her neighbor is a French national named Benoit (Simon Frenay) who can’t delete a catastrophe from his past. Shab rotates around how the stories of these characters cross with each other and leave a noteworthy effect on their lives.
Raveena Tandon and Ashish Bist convey what the script requests however neglect to touch your hearts. Arpita Chatterjee is unconstrained however at the end of the day it’s the composition which disappoints her. Simon Frenay and Areesz Ganddi set up a decent show. Sanjay Suri’s cameo increases the value of the film.
Decision: Shab wavers with regards to execution and abandons you unsatiated with loads of inquiries waiting in your brain without an answer. Certainly not one of Onir’s striking movies! Giving it a miss won’t have any kind of effect.