However, it is revealed that Naina has betrayed Prabhat by accepting the role as lead dancer in Loki's new music video, "Love, Sex Aur Dhokha," which is a parody on the events of the sting operation.
The end titles roll over the supposed music video footage.
He decides to back out of the plan, but his feelings for Rashmi are suppressed by his greed.
[...] You will be shocked, you will be startled, but walking out of the theatre, you know you have just seen what is possibly the most important Hindi film since Satya and Dil Chahta Hai.At first, it appears as three separate issues but the end surprises. It's real and it's scary." Nikhat Kazmi of Times of India gave a three-and-a-half to the film and stated, "Don't expect time-pass entertainment.Think beyond run-of-the-mill and see how Ekta Kapoor re-invents herself as the producer of contemporary Indian cinema's first full-blown experimental film." Raja Sen of gave it a perfect five and stated "It's bleak, bittersweet, funny and markedly unglamorous, and yet you come out humming the theme tune, your head blown clear off your shoulders." A reference to caste in the love story between a low-caste boy and a high-caste girl has been excised, as in the movie the boy is referred to a "special case" (SC) which is an allusion to a candidate of reservations.[...] In terms of technique this film gets as rough and jolting as any film can.The actors look like reality-show-rejects making a last-bid attempt to prove their worth." Martin D'Souza of rated it 4 out of 5 and said, "What is very smart is the way Banerjee weaves the lives of all three couples to make it one smart movie.
Originally, in place of "special case" was an explicit statement of caste which was subsequently censored.