Vigorously studded with 11 challenging melodies and twofold job from Himesh Reshammiya does not have a screenplay and story in the first place, so in case you’re high on music and low on content, this is correct fit for you! The film is shot flawlessly abroad and that is the high point.
Youth pals, Happy and Heer, are ecstatic pals, however Happy has affections for Heer, yet couldn’t communicate them, in the long run Heer leaves for London.
Cheerful follows Heer however she has just met Hardy (Himesh), an all-encompassing adaptation or modify sense of self character made just to continue the story, what occurs next structures the core of this film, which comes down to nothing!
An adorable and fellow nearby, maybe somewhat tame, Happy (Himesh Reshammiya), is stricken by his beloved companion Heer (Sonia Mann). She is partial to her companion, yet there is a great deal inferred between the two.
Heer moves to London, Happy follows her there. In spite of the fact that he goes there on the appearance of finding a new line of work, his genuine objective is to charm Heer. In London, she meets Hardy (Himesh, once more), who is conceived and raised there. Tough is an effective business person, sure and spruce, maybe everything Happy isn’t!
Heer succumbs to the last mentioned, a bend in the story prompts a circumstance where she needs to pick between her cherished companion and her optimal man.
Himesh, who responds to the call of trying two jobs, gives some improvement in the acting division! Sonia Mann is simply stayed with one feeling and looks after it.
The film does not have the most fundamental components, a story and a screenplay. Henceforth on-screen character’s can continue pulling punches however they aren’t landing anyplace!
Chief Raka neglects to make the energy and pressure that is required for a sentimental film. The exchanges neglect to lift the story or add to its diversion remainder.