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Maddy (as R. Madhavan)
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Rajiv Shyamrao ("Sam")
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Reena Malhotra (as Diya Mirza)
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Vicky
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Shruti (as Tanaaz Currim)
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Deen Dayal
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Mr. Malhotra (Reena's dad)
Kabir Sadana ...
Maddy's Friend 2
Reshma Modi
Maya Alagh ...
Mrs. Malhotra (Reena's mom)
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It's love at first sight when Madhav Shastri aka Maddy (R. Madhavan) first glimpses the beautiful Reena Malhotra (Diya Mirza). Thereafter he meets her again and finds out that she the betrothed to Rajiv. Maddy impersonates Rajiv and enters Reena's life. And they both fall in love. Then American-settled Rajiv Samra (Saif Ali Khan), who used to know Madhav from college, comes to India to marry Reena. Reena is shocked to find out that the one she has given her heart out to is a fraud. Accordingly, she decides not to do anything with him, and lets her parents (Maya Alagh and Navin Nischal) go ahead with the arranged marriage with Rajiv (or Sam). Maddy is devastated and he confronts Reena, but Reena refuses to have anything to do with him. That's when he decides to go to the US, to forget Reena and start life afresh... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Aaya Re Aaya
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A terrible story line and a very average narration.
15 April 2012 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Projects the emotional immaturity of Indian youth. Especially through the comments and high rating for such a retarded story. Surprising that the script-writer could not be gutsy. Gutsy enough to write a more apt ending. By showing the complete rejection of a mentally disturbed and personally flawed character. for a well-educated, decent human being. My heart goes out to Indian women. if this is the choice the Indian society portrays as ideal for them. I am an Asian from neighboring country with conservative values. But I still can not relate to this. Please watch it as an insight into what is wrong with the Indian Society and Youth. Why India is lagging behind in every other field in the world. Because the time and priorities of people are so misplaced and skewed.


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