Story: The story revolves around three friends- Hrithik Roshan (Arjun), Farhan Akhtar (Imraan) and Abhay Deol (Kabir). Kabir gets engaged to Natasha (Kalki), whom he met six months back. He, along with his other two buddies, make a pact to go on a three week road trip to Spain, which is also his extended bachelor party. The road trip is based on a deal that each one gets to try out the ultimate sport of their choice and the other two friends have to give him company. While Arjun is a workaholic, he agrees to the plan after a lot of persistence and cajoling. The trio meet at Barcelona and set off for the adventure. Here, Arjun’s chance encounter with Laila (Katrina Kaif) changes the course of their lives. The road trip helps them sort out their differences and also face their fears. Story treatment : The story, which is about three bachelors, has been woven beautifully and is very well presented. The first half seems to lack the punch, for they are just seen travelling all around, playfully. While on the trip, the past differences of Arjun and Imraan crop up once again. The scene, where Imraan meets his dad Salman, has been shot beautifully. It showcases the intensity of the father- son duo, who meet for the first time in nearly two decades. 'La Tomatina,' which is one the most famous festivals of Spain, has been re-created perfectly for the song ‘Ik Junoon’.Though, 'ZNMD' is a multi starrer, each character comes out neat and clear. The principal part of the film, has been shot at Barcelona, Pamplona, Bunyol, Andalucia in Spain, Egypt and in Mumbai. All the three adventure sports showcased in the flick, whether it's sky diving, scuba diving or the bullfighting have been shot in a lovely fashion. The movie ends with a bull fight scene, which makes way for their next pact, solving unresolved conflicts. Poetic lines in the background, by Farhan Akhtar, touch your heart. Star Cast : Farhan Akhtar fits his role perfectly. Hrithik and Katrina look great together. Laila, as a diving instructor and free-spirited girl fits her role perfectly. Kalki and Abhay, who featured in 'Dev D' earlier, prove themselves all over again. Kalki's track as an over protective and nagging girlfriend is tailor made. While Abhay is best at his school boy antics, Hrithik, who plays a share market guy, looks good in his role. Farhan's antics will leave you in splits. The movie also sees Suhel Sheth and Naseeruddin Shah in brief appearances and both do justice to their respective parts. Direction: Zoya Ahktar, sitting in the director’s chair, does a good job yet again. Zoya has played with the theme of living every moment of life to the fullest and takes one into the world of adventure. The movie has been made with a touch of sensitivity and the road trip is bound to transport you to Spain. With loads of emotional drama, thrills and of course romance, the characters seem to come alive. Dialogues / Cinematography / Music : Zoya Akhtar and Reema Kagti share the credits for the story and the screenplay and they've done a brilliant job. The dialogues are quirky and have a punch in them. Carlos Catalan is the director of photography and he too, has done an extremely good job,especially when it comes to shooting the underwater scenes. The songs of 'ZNMD,' which have been created by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy and penned by Javed Akhtar, are quite appealing. 'Senorita,' which features Abhay, Hrithik and Farhan Akhtar, crooning away to glory, is the USP of the album. Farhan's dialogues like ‘Darr Ke Aage Jeet Ha’ and ‘Shit Happens,’ would remind you of a famous aerated drink brand, not that you would mind that! 3 Ups and 3 Downs : Watch the flick for some light moments full of fun and laughter. The flick is packed with guy jokes and boys will surely love the humour. There's a feeling of freshness in the movie, thanks to the never seen before cast, definitely something to look out for. The road trip is bound to entertain you completely. The first part is little low on drama, as most of the time the stars are seen checking in and out of the hotels. Barring that, the movie is a very good watch.