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Karan, born in Calcutta, and Khushi, born in the small village of Chamoli, are destined to meet despite the distance between the two. Karan wants to go Canada to further her studies--but due to an accident that takes place, he is forced to continue his studies in Mumbai University. Khushi's father believes that for a girl the education that she has receives is enough and now she should stay with him and marry a boy who is ready to be his son-in-law. But Khushi insists on pursuing her education in Mumbai University. At the University Karan's friend Vicky and Khushi's friend Priya are in love, but are having relationship problems. Karan and Khushi decide to help Vicky and Priya come together, but end up making a romantic connection with each other. Written by
Where do I start? Fardeen Khan is easily one of the worst actors in Bollywood. Why do directors still give him roles when he hasn't done a performance worth remembering? Kareena was also bad! She screams herself silly in every second scene of project she participates in, an action unintentionally designed to make the audience go deaf. When she makes hideous faces at the camera every two minutes, you wish someone would make the burkha a mandatory covering for her visage.
Both Kareena and Karisma started their careers as go-getting divas, but whereas the elder sibling has proved her mettle with unforgettable cinematic performances over the years, Kareena is all talk and little talent in this film. It wasn't until years later, Kareena started to do better films and improved in acting.
I absolutely loved all the songs. The music is the best part of the film.
All in all, if you're really bored and if you really need to kill some time then I suggest you see this otherwise I'd avoid it!
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