Unbeknownst to him, a robotics engineer becomes involved in a project testing a lifelike female robot. As he unexpectedly falls for her and finds himself consumed by thoughts of her, the dynamics shift. Can a man and a machine truly forge companionship and even marry? The film navigates this concept with surprises and humor.

While the premise is original, the narrative often meanders in attempting to flesh out the plot. Amit Joshi and Aradhana Sah introduce a refreshing, light-hearted concept within an unconventional backdrop. Themes of human-machine conflict and ethical AI usage are also explored. It’s the absurd situations encountered by the human-robot duo that inject humor into the tale.


Lately, there has been much discussion about the potential for Artificial Intelligence (AI) to replace humans in the workforce. Exploring this theme in a comedic light, writer-directors Aradhana Sah and Amit Joshi present a romantic comedy that delves into the question of whether a romantic relationship with a robot could be plausible.

Aryan Agnihotri, a robotics engineer, embarks on a journey to the US to assist his employers Urmila and Maasi on a new project. Little does he know, his boss Sifra, a robot designed to elicit romantic feelings from him, accompanies him on his trip. However, upon discovering her true nature, Aryan feels outraged at being unwittingly involved in a scientific experiment.

In a bid to subject Sifra to the ultimate test—integrating into a large, eccentric Indian family—Aryan convinces his Maasi to send her to India, driven partly by his attraction to her. The story unfolds as Aryan grapples with the possibility of finding true happiness with this seemingly perfect robot.

Throughout the film, laughter ensues, largely due to the characters’ reactions. The humor is derived from the timing and delivery of the dialogue, particularly evident in Aryan’s exchanges with his friend and colleague Monty, whose over-the-top antics add to the comedic charm.

While romance takes center stage, Shahid Kapoor and Kriti Sanon deliver a captivating on-screen chemistry. Kriti’s portrayal of navigating the human world with a blend of skillful robotic precision and well-timed humor is commendable. Shahid effortlessly embodies the role of a lovestruck yet impertinent man. Additionally, Dimple Kapadia’s presence adds delight, and Dharmendra’s portrayal of Shahid’s grandfather brings a sense of endearment to the story.

Enhancing the film’s appeal is its stellar soundtrack, with standout tracks like the title song and “Laal Peeli Ankhiyan” by Sachin-Jigar, Tanishk Bagchi, and Mitraz.

Rating: 3/5

Written By : Indori Nerd

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