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The film starts with a man run over the snow-clad scene and after that lo, there comes for the sake of the film in the following shot-Vodka Diaries! Damn, they just revealed to you what might prove to be useful to survive this 117 minutes of dreary watch! After an excursion with his poetess-spouse Shikha (Mandira Bedi), ACP Ashwini Dixit (played by Kay Menon) winds up examining a progression of homicides where dead bodies begin heaping up, each with a connection to a nearby lodging named Vodka Diaries.
As he goes further into his examination, a baffling call from an anonymous woman (Raima Sen) topples his life topsy turvy when he finds that his significant other Shikha is missing and the best way to contact her is to interface the intimations left by the obscure guest. Will Ashwini figure out how to split this case?
Kay Menon is the main motivation behind why Vodka Diaries figures out how to hold your consideration. Unfortunately even that heap of ability couldn’t spare this ship from sinking profound. On the other side, the performer looks a bit awkward with regards to sentiment as you see him go a little OTT in a couple of scenes. Mandira Bedi tries to make a large portion of her part and prevails to some degree. Raima Sen armadas all through the casing as though she shot the film in sessions when on an occasion. Sharib Hashmi as Menon’s side-kick tries to get some silliness component however they essentially crash and burn.
Decision: Some shots of vodka are best left untouched. This Kay Menon starrer ends up being one of them.