Cast:Vivek Oberoi, Mallika Sherawat, Neha Dhupia, Ashutosh Rana
Director: Sanjay M Khanduri
[highlight]Overall Rating: 0.5/5 (Just half a star out of five)[/highlight][divider]

You’ll have to buy two tickets to watch this movie, one for yourself, and other for the person pointing a gun to your head. Wannabe-ish from the title itself, the film goes on to explore whole new levels of crappy-ness. This film has no class whatsoever, and mind you, even ‘third-class’ is a class. If the audience gets paid a penny for every time they laughed, by the time the movie ends they won’t even have accumulated enough money collectively to go buy a Crocin tablet.

Lokesh (Vivek) is attracted to Lovina (Mallika), a girl he sees in a party on October 2 (on the eve of Gandhi Jayanti, and the importance of having this particular night is still unknown, if at all it had to anything with the script) and stalks her up to the station. There he gets involved with a bizzare death of a woman (Neha Dhupia), and while running away from the cops, encounters Lovina again. Lokesh is also chased down by a minister’s thugs, who believes that Lokesh is in a possesion of a tape that’ll reveal his unscrupulous side. Then there’s also Kaptan (Ashutosh Rana), who is just too keen to rape Lovina. And the story just slushes itself ahead from here, straight down the drain.

Performances are pretty ordinary, and not a single person has anything fun to boast off.  If anything enhances the BS-quotient, apart from the story and the performances, it has to be the dialogues. Music is okay. Direction is, again, okay. All in all, shooing away this rabid-dog of a movie is probably the best one can do. Totally ignore if possible. And if somebody simply forces you to watch this flick at gun-point, do get shot- seriously that’s less torture.