Sorry. The movie made zero sense to me. Poor Ash. I know it's all about loving her new family, and standing by her man etc etc. But that's all Ramu makes her do - stand. In her skinny jeans and suede boots. If it's Rebecca Mark of the Enron scandal who inspired Ramu, Ash is no Rebecca. And the Enron story was far more powerful than this amateurish mess, with men pulling faces, twitching noses, gritting teeth and trying hard to look menacing. The opening sequence was particularly awful. Even a B-Grade filmmaker would have known that. And junked it instantly.What is the matter with Ramu? Has he totally lost it? There were three very bored ladies sitting next to me. One took a nap. Another spoke non-stop to her mother-in-law over her mobile (she must have been truly desperate), while the third with her teenage son over popcorn. My own daughter begged me to leave, so she could go home and chat online! I was determined to sit through till the bitter end. And glad I did. The movie picked up a little, post-interval. Shankar (Abhishek B) Nagre's main relationship remained with his cell phone. Even the death of his lovely wife ( Tanishaa should stick to similar desi looks and quit showing her thighs in an unsuccessful attempt to look young, hot and zegsssy), did not get the guy to quit taking calls obsessively. That left Pa Bachchan to scowl and glower all by himself. This was baby stuff, compared to the real thing (Enron). Power suits and cold eyes do not a power woman make. Such an embarrassing script does not deserve the attention the film has received. I am certain 'Phoonk' will make up for this turkey. The promos look promising. And the crow acts really well!