Different directors have tried to show infidelity in various of ways but the fact remains that it needs to be entertaining enough for the audiences to like. Mudassar Aziz keeps the original intact and adds a few extra scenes to give it a fresh new look to appeal to a wider audience. Kartik Aaryan finds himself in a series of situational gafes and handles as usual the comedy genre with aplomb, even though it is hard to match Sanjeev Kumar’s role in the original. His monologues have now become a staple in his movies. Bhumi Pednekar’s role as a housewife is quirky and her one-liners push the script ahead. Ananya Panday contributes to the situational comedy and her cuteness makes her more watchable. Aparshakti Khurana delivers an above-average performance and surprises everyone in his role. With hit music, a slick look, the makers have a winner in their hands due also to the face value of Kartik Aaryan. The multiple twists and turns and good acting from the main protagonists, despite the predictable climax, make this remake entirely watchable.