Unlike her sister in India, she takes a shine to Ali. But her character too is hardly developed. Though Bipasha looks quite attractive in both the roles, she has hardly anything to do except gyrate in two songs with mediocre tunes (music by Pritam, who recycles the theme song of Dhoom endlessly).
Ash's character too is all gloss and no depth. You seldom feel any tension in her behaviour and expressions as she accompanies the master thief on potentially dangerous missions.
Sunehri enters the film nearly 50 minutes after its opening in a disguise. In no time, she is wearing the flimsiest of clothes.
Once she opens her mouth -- and she does it two minutes after appearing in the film -- she spoils the image. There is no sensuality anymore, and half an hour later, one wonders what made the master thief fall for her. Even the kissing scene between her and the master thief barely has any passion.
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