I thought this was quite an enjoyable movie and, again, another positive Bollywood experience, that's now THREE. There's two musical numbers and one is a character day dreaming (and it's actually pretty damn funny) and the other one, while during the credits, did nothing for me. So, really, no problems on that end. The problems I have is that, and this is speculation on my front, the feeling that you're supposed to gain from this movie is that these characters went on this insane and unforgettable journey. Sort of like The Hangover. But a lot of the situations, to me, felt completely contrived and forced. They were presented as being insane but it never felt like it and that's really the main problem of the movie. It should've felt far more natural than it did. And another thing, 85% of the dialogue is in English, despite taking place in a foreign country and, normally, I'd have a problem with that but in this movie it wasn't bad at all. I saw a movie that took place in a small Romanian (Strigoi) and EVERYBODY spoke English and it really hurt that movie because of it. That movie came across as minor league because none of the actors could act in English. I didn't blame the actors at all for that, since the movie was British/Romania co-production, but it made the movie look worse than it probably would've been had it been in Romanian. In this movie at LEAST they found people that could speak the language and still be decent actors, despite this movie not depending on it. And I mean it's really harder for me to believe that everyone in a SMALL ROMANIAN VILLAGE (both young and old, the old being far more perplexing than anything else) speaks English than it is for the 4 main characters to speak the language when everyone else around them speaks Hindi. The latter is definitely far easier for me to believe than the former. So anyway yea a movie that tries too hard at times but it's still an entertaining film.