'The trouble is you think you have all the time' says Noor Roy Choudhary (Sonakshi Sinha) in the beginning of the film and what follows next immediately gives you an insight of her outlook towards life and her career which has nothing in common with this Buddha proverb.
Our desi Bridget Jonesis a bumbling journalist for a broadcastnews agency called Buzz which specializes in entertainment and freak show stories. She wants to do some serious issue-based reporting but instead finds herself braving the Mumbai rains on her birthday to interview Sunny Leone or doing a story on a man who walks on his hands. 'Dunia ki sabse pointless journalist', she calls herself at a point. Her rejection application of her dream job at CNN lying in her mailbox further seems to taunt her for her failures.
Noor is relatable as a girl who swears by rum, cribs about her weight and believes good guys are an urban legend. The Choudhary household further consists of her understanding dad and their cutely grumpy ginger cat.And yes,Noor with her two besties, Zaara (Shibani Dandekar) and Saad (Kanan Gill)arethe 'Three Musketeers'who shareups and downs of life with each other.
Our heroine's regularstory turns upside down when she meets a dishy photojournalist Ayaan Banerjee (Purab Kohli) at an art exhibition and bags an opportunity of a video interview of her maid Malti (Smita Tambe) which exposes a life-threatening scam.
Will this city help Noor in discovering her true self or will her voice get drowned amidst the noise?
Source : http://www.filmibeat.com/bollywood/reviews/2017/noor-movie-story-plot-and-rating-259167.html