Story: Saif Ali Khan plays Yudi, a Los Angeles based author, Yudi is a successful, commitment phobic writer whose book was published five and a half year ago.
He is still living in his best to bask in the reflected glory of the past. Yudi is too full of himself in an obvious way, Yudi is, for reasons known only to the scriptwriters, irresistible to the women he dates.
He is trying to come out of his relationship with his psychotic girlfriend Vishakha (Kalki Koechlin) when he meets another writer Aanchal Reddy (Ileana D’Cruz). He fells in love with Ileana.
Yudi tries to find his identity again and want back all stardom, for that Yudi takes the asylum of Bollywood star Armaan who asks him to pen down a cliché story for his movie, which hardly should be touched by logics.
Happy Ending can hold your attention throughout its length except some not-so-necessary intimate scenes. Happy Ending is refreshing, pleasant, different and worth a watch.
Performances: Saif Ali Khan in the movies like Cocktail and Love Aaj Kal had earlier played a relevant notorious spoil brat’s role and this time again he does it but is more refined.
Govinda, being Govinda, hogs the scene with his incredible comic timing and the ease with which he operates. Kalki, Ileana are good in their small but important roles.
Music: Music by Sachin-Jigar was, and is still hugely popular, setting a benchmark for others to follow. And, one does hope for a repeat from the duo for the same team in this all out star studded venture, Happy Ending.
‘Mileya Mileya’, ‘Paaji Tusi Such A Pussycat’, ‘Khamma Ghani’. The audio should help Happy Ending embark on a good initial.
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