Nana Patekar, John Abraham, Sameera
Reddy, Sonali Kulkarni, Shivaji Satam
Two. It’s an interesting number.
Two sides of a coin, two halves in a day, two ways
to look at life, two guys in our story and two hours
in which to tell it. Two hours that tell the story
of a day in the life of two opposites. Raghav Shastri,
an Insurance Salesman to the world, but a caustic,
instinctively witty cabbie in reality, who needs
thirty thousand rupees by the end of today. And
Jai Mittal, the equally acidic heir to a resourceful
business family, who needs a bit more. Three hundred
crores actually. Also by the end of the day. Jai
needs to contest his father’s will in court
and Raghu’s cab to get there. Raghu needs
every rich sucker he can get as passenger. So the
two meet. And a predictable cab ride kicks off a
roller-coaster journey that leaves you laughing
in a most unlikely place the edge of your seat.
Because on either side of the seat that divides
them are our two problems. Two attitudes, two egos,
and two distictive brands of humour.