All four actresses; Kareena Kapoor Khan, Sonam Kapoor Ahuja, Swara Bhasker and Shikha Talsania perform ably. Director Shashanka Ghosh delivers quite well with what he is supposed to do. The film has tremendous shock value. It is full of adult humour and the dialogues are filled with abusive words, which would be liked by the youth audience. Hence, the film will find immense acceptance from the city’s youth and especially by the female audience. The producers have left no stone unturned when it comes to production values such as locations, sets, costumes, photography and other technical areas. The downside is that the script contains too many abusive words and sex talks, which won’t go well with the family audience. Two catchy tracks appear at the end of the film only. The storyline is missing and it appears that the screenplay is written just to add sex doses in the drama. The emotional scenes are forced and hardly appealing. Clearly, the soul is missing in the entire film. After watching the film, one will wonder, whether the Censor Board exists in India? If yes, would they give the same liberty to the film, had it been produced by the ‘C’ grade makers? It’s high time that we should get rid of this Censor Board which has kept double standards for big and small makers!