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Catchy songs, great dancing, beautiful locations, decent story with a touch of "Vertigo (1958)" and the debut of Hrithik Roshan, Bollywood's (Hollywood's?) next superstar. Not to be missed if you are into commercial Indian films, if not, worth a try anyway. Attention! This movie can be addictive. Consume with moderation, now that the DVD is out. :-)
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