It’s the most sagacious saga sans the typical bollywood-masala-type sacramental vows..the story mostly shot in untrodden narrow alleys of seoul is a heart breaking tale of a woman(simran) caught in the warp of circumstances. It’s a nerve-racking and emotion shattering high-pitched drama .

Three main characters have pivotal role to play in the movie but I think the movie goes out to the lead lady (kangana ranaut).the heart endearing part of this movie is it that does not deal with the problems of upper strata and wealthy people of our society(like what karan johar has taken to .. depicting exuberance and extravagance in his ultra-grandiose-and-lacking-soul movies)on the contrary the story takes out from the hearth-home of those people deprived of love and paisa.

the movie raises a whole gamut of emotions when it starts with a flashback(of course the whole story is in flashback mode..consisting of three flashbacks..each intertwined so subtly that it makes the story compassionate craft of beauty) kangna aka simran in the movie is deeply in love with daya who also happens to be a gangster.simran is a bar dancer earning her living for menial wages when every man desires nothing of her other than her sensual gratification of their senses and when daya shows her respect..wide horizons crop up in her lone and woebegone life and she begans to dream of a blissful and warm future but she never thought it will all come crashing on her like a thunderbolt out of blue and serene sky(of which she had always dreamt about) and leave her paralyzed with poignant pain and mortal agony for eternity.

daya is a recluse and decides to give up his killing for his love..but as people say “once you have taken the knife ,it will not end until somebody puts that knife through you too” his deadly profession follows him voraciously like a killer-shadow of his own self and he is pulled back into this highly-electric gaping black hole that has no evitable end and once again simran finds herself shunned to her lone-existence and this causes a relapse of her drunken orgy..that’s when aakash (emraan hashmi) comes into her life and he promises to fulfill her every unfulfilled dream and tells her that life goes on and only then does she see a shiny ray of hope in her dark and dingy existence but life again takes an unpleasant turn and everything goes haywire when daya retuns back to her and she is torn between the two.she gives in to daya’s attempts and goes back with him only to find she is pregnant with aakash’s child..time-and-again ditched into a dilemma..from there on the plot takes some of the most brilliant twists(which I shall not reveal here and spoil the charisma of the enticing tale which is best felt than read)

This story of love,remorse and atonement with its insatiable freshness and precarious flouting of the stereotype scores highly. It is one movie which besotted me completely and aroused my esthetic pleasure truly after a real long time...mahesh bhatt-the man behind the story needs appreciation for his fortitudinous delving into deep-etched and raw human emotions.kangna steps into the role of the impertinent and the lost woman impeccably and even emraan hashmi seems to have learnt acting in this movie and shiney ahuja shines and sparkles and his charcterization is sprinkled with flawless excellence.he has not got many lines in the movie but his splendid portrayal of a silent man has poetized the character(the scene when he is caught by the cops is the highlight of the movie)

the quaint final scene epitomizes the feel of this spectacularly woven saga

ps: saw the movie twice on the same day.. few days before my semester exams started and wanted to watch it once more