Jayamohan is an exporting executive, who works for an exporting company. He is a divorcee and leads a normal life. Anjali (Amala Paul) enters his life. The couple soon fall in love and enters wedlock.
Around the same time, the Government of India forms a shadow wing under the National Intelligence Agency, following the Mumbai terrorists attacks. The prime aim of the wing is to prevent the terrorist activities in the country. After a series of incidents, Jayamohan is revealed to be an INA agent and Shaheed Khadar (Sathyaraj), his chief.
The duo is under a mission to seize a notorious terrorist, who has been attempting to break the security of the country. The mission starts affecting Jai's family life. How Jai balances to save the country and his family forms the crux of the story.
Overall, Laila Oh Laila is another film with a poor screenplay that fail to get going and my wait continue for that Joshiy magic and success that has been eluding the director for quite some time now. The rating for Laila Oh Laila is two out of five.
Overall Lailaa O Lailaa hasn’t met with the expectations I had as it had the co-writer of films like Kahaani and Namastey London as the script writer. The rating for the movie is 2/5. Even the diehard fans of the super star will find it just about okay.