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Inspired by the Telugu film, "Pelli Chuskundam," the plot follows the life of a rape victim (Aishwarya Rai). Now, a disgrace to her family, she is turned away from her house after the sexual assault. But she finds shelter in the character played by Anil Kapoor. Written by
Humara Dil Aapke Paas Hai (My heart lies with you) Story line: A priest, whose walls are full of pictures of various Hindu Gods , has a daughter (Ash) who is raped and thrown on the streets!- meaning: the priest who is worshipping Gods day in and day out...must be doing something terribly wrong after all otherwise such a gory happening would have been averted by the greatest benevolent God! Eg. a true devotee like Prahlad was saved over and over again by the tyranny of his own father King Hiranyakashyap.
Such films create atheists basically who start behaving like blind and dumb blokes thinking that there is nothing as Gods after all and the film actors and actresses are the real gods they employ them to dance along with them as extras in 'chaddi-baniyaan', give them generous tips, entertain them... basically make life worth living!!...whereas Gods.....? why in the film Ash's father was a priest but what happened to her!? She was humiliated and thrown out of her house too! So the priest threw out his DNA extension! Shows how stupid and dumb these priests are! She had be raped damn it- not a fault of hers! Had she become some call-girl or some escort female it may be understandable by commoners ..that parents will obviously drive her out because she had been sleeping around in exchange of money or fun...but this case was entirely different she was raped an accident.
In comes Anil Kapoor to Ash's rescue! Anil was taking care of his father's illegitimate children! Now look at that pious priest's daughter saved by debauch beep's son! They both play the live-in game for a while much to the discomfort of the neighborhood ...and eventually get married! Wowza!! Happy ending! Conclusion: Priests are brainless nitwits and are not connected to God(s) in any way or else his daughter would have returned home unscratched they are cheating, swindling and misleading people.
Like father, like son is not always applicable after all! Anil was not shown as a womaniser here like until they got married, Anil did not even look at Ash with ...any kind of intentions ...rather difficult for any commoner to do with such an exquisite beauty at home working as a governess cum secretary...at your beck and call..I mean can you imagine males?!
Under ordinary circumstances...and given the fact that Anil's father was a debauch Anil and Ash would have done full justice to the Live-in relationship...but Hindi film after all they cannot show a female agreeing to sleep with a male before wedlock it is considered to be a taboo here...though many..many ...many in real life, in India - are happily involved in this 'taboo' locha!
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