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Khushi (Rani Mukerji) is a careless worker always conning her boss and making excuses to bunk her duty. She meets Ranbir Malhotra (Ajay Devgan) and comes to know that the home he plans to build for his love is now a dream unfulfilled. After being dispelled from her job, her devil brain works. She locates the bungalow and moves in, informing everyone that she is Ranbir's fiancée. There she meets Ranbir's family and Pooja (Sonali Bendre), Ranbir's love. When Ranbir returns, at first he is outraged at Khushi's intrusion in his life, but then decides to play along with Khushi to make Pooja jealous and fall in love with him. During all this fun and conning, Khushi and Ranbir end up really falling in love with each other. However, Khushi's close encounter with reality and Ranbir's old commitments hold them back for a long time before they finally listen to their hearts. Written by
Chori Chori is a nice movie which can be great to watch on a family evening.
It is about the two characters Khushi and Ranvir who do not fall for each other at first sight but after a certain time. Ranvir is an architect who has built a house for his childhood love Pooja. He asks her to marry him but she refuses. At a party he meets Khushi, a lively woman who is an orphan and lives alone in Delhi. When Khushi loses her job and the flat she moves into Ranvir's house in Shimla without his knowledge and claims to be his fiancée. After finding out about her Ranvir is quite angry but wants to continue the game just to make Pooja jealous so that she changes her mind. But Ranvir forgets one thing, that he could fall in love for Khushi.
The movie is quite the exact Bollywood copy of the Hollywood movie "HouseSitter" with Steve Martin and Goldie Hawn. Nevertheless I liked it, especially because of the great performance of Rani Mukherjee. She plays her role absolutely convincingly. For those who have not seen "HouseSitter", it's great to watch and for those who have seen it, maybe it won't be interesting but they will still like Rani's performance.
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