That Ritesh Deshmukh and Genelia D’souza make a lovely pair needs no reiteration, now that they are married to each other. But this was also evident in their very first film together, Tujhe Meri Kasam. It defies all logic but this comedy continues to net excellent collections whenever it is released in stations of Maharashtra particularly. Whether it is the film’s fifth run or sixth run or tenth run, the 2003 film rakes in the moolah just as it did in its second or third runs. Even if a market research were to be conducted, it may possibly not throw up any reason/s for such a brilliant performance of the film each time it is released. The same pair will be seen again in Kumar Taurani’s forthcoming film, Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya. If the songs of this film, which has Hindi, English and Punjabi words in its title, are very engaging, so is the trailer. The humour seems to be truly entertaining, going by the trailer.