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Saw it at the SF international film festival. I would call it a light romantic comedy. The storyline a bit contrived but it is imaginative. If you look too much into the movie or over-analyze it then you will miss the whole point. If you are a fan of romantic musical of the previous era then don't miss it (it does a bit more action than your usual musical but that doesn't get in the way of your enjoyment.)
Last but not the least: To me this is the first non-Indian movie, which although is made by almost all non-Indian team, that has a soul of a bollywood film.
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