Reviews about Lara’s performance:
Lara Dutta may be just an art dealer, and hence inconsequential to this story, but she gets to say what we have been dying to: “Itna aasan nahin hota yahaan tak aana. Joote ghis jaate hain.” Needless to say, don’t look down at theirs.
The biggest let down in the film is that good actors like Lara Dutta, Govind Namdev and Rahul Bhat have been wasted in small roles and only turn out as mere additions to the brigade of the cast.
While Tabu and to a far lesser extent, Lara Dutta , Aditi Rao Hydari and Rahul Bhatt (making an impact bigger than Aditya Kapoor in his brief cameo) and Akshay Oberoi (drawing a character out of a seriously malnourished role) speak their meagre dialogues with conviction, Katrina Kaif and Aditya Roy Kapoor struggle with their copiously florid lines trying to make sense of the bombast.
Ajay Devgn and Lara Dutta are totally wasted in the film.
Aditi Rao Hydari, Akshay Oberoi, Rahul Bhatt, Ajay Devgn and Lara Dutta have performed their parts well.
Lara Dutta is perfectly cast in her character of Leena.
Lara Dutta has a smooth cameo as Noor’s gallerist – but old-fashioned Bollywood misinformation about the way these things actually work catches up here too.