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The Kapoor family are very rich Indians who live in India and want their eldest daughter, a girl named Sanjana, to get married to an American-Indian businessman named Prem. Prem is welcomed, and after a few misunderstandings, both Sanjana and Prem fall in love with each other. Then chaos descends upon the Kapoor family when they find out that the boy named Prem is a fake, and that the real Prem was delayed and is now reaching India. How will this news affect Sanjana, who has given her heart to the fake Prem? Written by
Sumitra (corrected by Carrie)
Please save mankind from these feel good movies. Isnt there a law against torture in the name of movie making? I understand that a commercial hindi movie must be taken with a pinch of salt but then isnt asking the viewer to actually swallow a barrel full asking for too much?
The movie starts with Prem (Hrithik Roshan) coming to "SunderNagar" where Kareena Kapoor stays with her parents. This Sundernagar is supposed to be some remote place in India but has a striking resemblance to Switzerland. There are lakes, snow capped mountains and Honda Cars. The Honda Cars are innocently number plated with a UP number plate. You can go water rafting, bungee jumping (From a chopper to boot) and deep sea diving here. The "village" railway station can put any in Europe to shame. God, please make me a villager in this village called Sundernagar. There are no problems whatsoever in this Paradise.
Kareena lives in a palace (which her father refers to as a "chota" ghar) with a computer generated parrot which reels off Hindi movie names. The director challenges the intellect of the viewer with asking us to believe this. There is a misunderstanding with everyone assuming that Hrithik is the owner of the estate. Kareena falls for him (Whoa isnt that a twist in the tale!) and a couple of meaning less songs later, Abhishek Bachchan appears as the real owner. The movie then drags on with sacrifices and a predictable end. Hrithik attempts to be this enthusiastic person with a zeal for life. He ends up overacting. Kareena is her usual loud self. Abhishek, thanks to the role comes out slightly better than the others.
I appeal to the government to bring out a law against making such utter crap.
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