Producer: Anil Sharma.
Director: Tanveer Khan.
Music: Roop Kumar Rathod.
Cast: John Abraham, Bipasha Basu, Priyanshu Chatterjee.
Madhoshi brings back the hot couple Bipasha Basu and John Abraham on the screen once again. The film also attempts to capture the September 11 attack on World Trade Centre and the trauma on screen. Anupama [Bipasha Basu] belongs to an affluent family. But the September 11 terrorists attack on New York's World Trade Center changes everything: Anu's elder sister and brother-in-law, who have an office at WTC, are amongst those killed in the attack. This shatters Anu and she suffers a mental shock. Two years later, Anu's parents introduce her to Arpit [Priyanshu], a celebrated ad film-maker. Anu and Arpit are drawn towards one another and get engaged subsequently. Anu accidentally bumps into Aman [John Abraham], a member of an anti-terrorist organization. Believing in Aman's aim in life, she falls in love with him. When it is time for marriage, Anu refuses to marry Arpit and slashes her wrists in protest. Anu survives and it is revealed that she suffers from schizophrenia. How Anu deals with the two men in her life forms the conflict of the film. The story is quite interesting and gripping. You will be glued to the seat till the end. Post interval the film becomes very interesting when layer after layer of this complex story is uncovered and you just can't help liking the innovative concept. However once the climax is disclosed everything fall flat on the face. Debutante director Tanveer Khan [also the writer of the film] seems to have opted for an interesting story and has developed it well till two-thirds of the film, but messes it up completely in the last part. In an attempt to cliché a well thought out script, the screenplay suffers and the inability of the director to bring out good performances is another problem. Bipasha has given a good performance. John Abraham makes his presence felt as the man who does not exist. Priyanshu should quit aping Abhishek Bachchan. The supporting cast of the movie is below par and lets the film down as well. Roop Kumar Rathod's music is pleasant. Overall the film could have been a smash hit only if the climax would have been logical and conceivable.