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Brought up in a very tight, conservative household, Sapna Dholakia (Amisha Patel) is terrified to experience the freedom of falling in love with Rohit (Hrithik Roshan), fearing the upheaval it will cause in her family, namely her dad, Pratap Dholakia (Kiran Kumar), who has plans for Sapna to marry Rishabh Patel, the son of a friend; then there is her brother, Raman Dholakia (Mukesh Tiwari), who follows in the footsteps of his dad, and will prevent Sapna from marrying Rohit. But Rohit is determined to marry Sapna and no one else, come what may, and this is met with resistance from the Dholakia clan, who first severely beat Sapna, and then imprison her in her room; and then lure Rohit to a secluded spot and proceed to beat him within every inch of his life, and there is no one who can even dare to think to intervene and invite the wrath of the Dholakia family. Written by
When I find myself reaching for the fast forward button right at the beginning of a film I know it won't be the last time. I LOVE Hrithik Roshan so I can even forgive him for this film for reasons explained later in this humble review.
The story is of a young college student (Hrithik) who sees a young girl(Amesha) in a car and falls in love with her . Hrithik's character goes out of his way to meet her & when they eventually meet at her house, his love is reciprocated but the girl is kept under house arrest by her father who has violent criminal connections. Hrithik's character again goes out of his way help her & manages to spirit her away from the house for some time alone. There are some very long dance sequences and ultimately there may be a happy ending but with much violence and upset along the way. And much exposure of Hrithik's muscles (particularly toward the end).
This review is just my opinion and I always say it is best to make up your own mind if you're going to watch a film, so of course people will read it and disagree, that's only right. However I feel so sorry for Hrithik in this one. I don't know who choreographed his first dance sequence, immediately after the films costume designer kitted him out in some very dainty shorts for him to skip up the football pitch - but they should have been shot with the rest of the criminals in the first gun-fight.
I can only think after the success of K.K.K.G that someone wanted to make a fast rupee or two out of Hrithik & the choice to do the film was out of his hands. In my opinion he was given poor dialogue, poor choreography & poor action to deliver and unfortunately for my number one Bollywood star the end result was poor too.
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