Woodstock Villa is treated more like a Hollywood flick. The plotline, the sequence of events, the execution of the subject, the hand-held/jerky camera movements, the grainy look -- this is no been-there-seen-that kind of a movie experience [at least for Indian audiences]. But a film molded on the lines of an English film should start and end without any diversion. In this case, the obstacles are the songs. Frankly, Woodstock Villa would've made a stronger impact had it been a songless fare, since the songs are like unwanted guests.
Overall, a decent fare that appeals more to those with an appetite for hardcore thrillers.
A successful businessman's [Arbaaz Khan] wife [Neha Uberoi] disappears one night. She has been kidnapped. The captor [Sikandar] demands a heavy ransom, but things go wrong as the wife is murdered. The captor buries the body at a secluded spot. But the mystery only deepens.