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 ...
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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
Satish Kaushik after the hit HUM AAPKE DIL MEIN REHTE HAI which showed Indians as holy and foreign people as bad he returns with a better HAMARA DIL AAPKE PAAS HAI again with Anil the film also has Aishwarya Rai with whom Anil worked in TAAL(1999) before
The film deals with the story of aftermath of rape faced in women and how she can live a normal life later
The film starts off well and Anil's outburst is brilliantly handled only the film gets too melodramatic at places but yet the dramatic scenes are well handled
the comedy however fails badly and looks like a stage play where comedy is forced in and the comedy is crude
The scenes between Anil and Aish are well handled but there are too many songs and action scenes some which are too much and the film drags in the second half
Direction by Satish Kaushik is good Music is good
Anil Kapoor acts brilliantly in the role and he shows his maturity as an actor Aishwarya too acts very well here, proving if given a good chance and directed well she can act Sonali jumps around too much and annoys Puru Raaj Kumar is okay Mukesh Rishi annoys, Satish Kaushik is funny Anupam Kher, Jaspal Bhatti and the entire bhasti waale irritate Johny is funny in his role Anang Desai and Smita Jaikar are typecast
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