Fight Club is an exhilarating journey of four friends Vicky (Zayed Khan), Karan (Dino Morea), Somil (Ritiesh Deshmukh) and Diku (Aashish Choudhary), who in a constant endeavor to help each other, get entangled in a web of incidents, some romantic, many funny and all that test the extremes of their friendship. These four friends who could be mistaken for brothers; offer an example of wonderful camaraderie, all throughout a journey with numerous highs, twists and dark turns. An exciting journey is accelerated when Vicky stumbles upon the design of a Fight Club. A club which gives people a platform to score with their enemies in a atmosphere of fun, action and excitement. Amidst the on-going fun, team fight club get entangled in affairs of the heart and mind with Anu (Dia Mirza) and Shonali (Amrita Arora) which thicken their bonds tighter´ and make them travel to Delhi to look after a nightclub, 'Crossroads', which is in the eye of a storm created by Delhi's most dangerous gang lords.
Actually, come to think of it, the film stands on a feeble foundation. The basic premise -- of starting a fight club to settle scores with foes -- sounds juvenile. The concept may've appealed in the U.S., but expecting the Indian masses or the youth in particular to buy this idea is next to impossible.
Director Vikram Chopra has concentrated more on visuals than content and that's the reason why the film fails to hold your attention. The sole aspect that stays alive even after the show has ended is the action sequences, but that's no compliment. It's a clear case of form overpowering content!
Music [Pritam] is a mixed bag. Barring two tracks, the first song and 'Chhore Ki Baatein', which are foot tapping, the soundtrack is monotonous otherwise. Cinematography is eye-catching.
Suniel Shetty and Rahul Dev are fine. Zayed doesn't need to act (the killer looks usually do the trick). Dino looks old, but manages to act. Diya Mirza is a natural dancer and pleasant to watch. Neha Dhupia hardly has a role.
On the whole, Some action shots are well done, but overall the film sucks.