Story: The story revolves around Tanya (Esha Deol), who's leading a perfect life with professional success, great parents and also the perfect love of her life. However, everything around her changes, when one truth gets revealed. Tanya realises that she is an adopted child and that's when her journey to locate her biological parents begins. On her journey, Jai (Arjan Bajwa) and Kuki (Chandan Roy Sanyal) become her strong support. Then begins her ride of hope and despair, which takes her from Rajasthan to Turkey and finally to Goa. Will Tanya be able to chase her impractical dream, is what ‘Tell Me O Kkhuda’ is all about. Story Treatment: Tell Me O Kkhuda is a high voltage emotional drama. To be specific, it’s surely not something new. What takes away the major credit from the film, is its treatment, the elongated moments that have been stretched for no possible reason. Few of the sequences are delightful, but very extended and they add to the restlessness which is already created initially. Also, it does remind one of the era, when emotions and struggle overruled entertainment. The issue of female foeticide is also highlighted in the movie, which touches in bits and pieces. The movie suffers for a reason and that’s too long-drawn. This one's far from being a complete entertainer. Star Cast: Esha Deol is the central character of the film and surely sparkles in her comeback vehicle. Arjan Bajwa gets less scope, but manages to do his best. However, he does nothing for people to forget his character from Fashion. The chemistry between Esha and Arjan goes unnoticed. Chandan Roy Sanyal portrays his character effortlessly by providing fillers, when required. Dharmendra is surely a delight in his Garam-Dharam avatar. Rishi Kapoor and Vinod Khanna can always be depended upon. Farooq Sheikh and Deepti Naval do well, thanks to their natural acting. Hema Malini’s sweet and short appearance takes one by surprise. Johnny Lever surely deserves an applause for his comic control and also for the fact that he provides the much needed breathers in between. Direction: The director definitely knows her job well, but hasn’t taken the present era into consideration. Hema Malini scores points for her story telling art, but leaves you wondering why she's opted for such a slow paced melodramatic treatment. Hema seems to have effortlessly made her star cast perform their best, but a dragged storyline makes the attempt a boring affair. Dialogue/cinematography/music: Dialogues are simple, but not impressive. Though cinematography is decent, it transports you to the era of 90s. Music can be hardly registered. The title track leaves a stylish impact, but can't boast of some great choreography. ‘Somebody Somewhere’ denotes the search and Tanya’s journey. 3Ups and Downs: Opportunity for all the fans of Hema Malini and Dharmendra to see them on silver screen with their daughter Esha Deol. Also, for Salman Khan’s fans, who can’t wait to catch a glimpse of the superstar till the release of ‘Ek Tha Tiger’. For cinegoers, who don’t appreciate high drama and a dragged storyline, other releases this Diwali could be a better option!