This is a really interesting movie. In a lot of ways it's more like a Richard Curtis movie than anything else - the same confident handling of a number of different plotlines, while the portrayal of Mumbai in the movie - it's a version of the city that looks just like the real thing only a bit more middle class and everyone wears beautifully pressed smart casual clothes the whole time - reminded me of Richard Curtis' take on Notting Hill.
But there's a lot to like here. The reviews have rightly focussed on Irfan and Konkona, and their beautifully played odd couple romance is the best thing in the film - but there's lots else here that's worth watching. Sharman Joshi is touching and rather sweet. Kay Kay Menon makes a great baddie. The romance between Darmendra and Nafisa Ali is touching, and Shilpa Shetty is excellent.
The production is polished and slick, and the music fits in with the general relaxed vibe of the film very well.
No, it isn't the greatest film ever made. But it is a well made slice of undemanding entertainment and well worth a couple of hours of your time.