Sometimes interesting stories run out of steam if stretched beyond a point. That's the problem with Kaisay Kahein, directed by Mohit Hussein. Kaisay Kahein looks at the problems faced by two young professionals in a metro. Sure, you identify with the storyline since you do come across people who think from the mind, not heart. In fact, the last sequence -- when the guy realizes that he may've attained the riches, but riches can't buy happiness -- moves you since it depicts a harsh reality. But Kaisay Kahein takes a long route to get to this point.