I liked the idea of the movie and the way chatrooms are portrayed throughout the movie. It was unique and fun to watch. The story was something different too, but the execution was a little poor according to me. The story was a little bit weird at times and felt random and that was a downside. I liked Aaron's acting. A different take on chatrooms and the internet (suicide) culture.
The movie was alright and tried to be different and more twisting than the usual love stories, but I just didn't like the story. The cast was good, but I felt like the story lacked more depth.
The love between Kundan and Zoya was just odd and weird. When she "confesses" before he "meets his fate", you are still not sure if she means it or not. I didn't fully understand Zoya's character and her way of thinking, because she seemed the rational thinker but then falls in love with a guy who is a Sikh and uses Kundan. So she sort of deserved what he did. I also didn't quite understand how quickly the Sikh guy died. It seemed so odd and then the whole political party thing and Kundan being the tea boy was even more bizarre. This is why I disliked the second half of the movie.
The ending was horrible and cliche with the rebirth thing.
Just an average movie and not worth the hype!