I'm not reviewing the film here but briefly I thought it was well shot with a good soundtrack and was very entertaining. On the negative side there were some plot holes and it was for some reason peddling a pro Islamic message (subtly).
My main beef with the film though is the simple fact that it was marketed as 'The Feelgood Film of the Year'!
What?! Feelgood film!?
When I watched it at the cinema there were parents and teenage daughters there all pop corned up and obviously ready for a 'romcom'. You should have seen their faces after just a few minutes of the film.
Entertaining it was, feelgood it wasn't.
Whoever marketed the film and used that slogan should be electrocuted, or blinded, if you get my drift...