A bunch of yuppie friends in Bangalore play pranks on each other and fall in love.



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Aditya is a young man who lives in Bangalore, India. He does not believe in astrology, but when a friend makes his astrological chart and explains to him that he is fated to meet and marry a woman whose name begins with the letter "V", Aditya decides to see for himself if this actually works. Miraculously, he meets with a pretty young woman named Veda, and both are attracted to each other. They continue meeting and find themselves compatible with each other. What Aditya does not know that the chart was actually prepared for his brother and not him. But will this change their fates? Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Like a summer noon, calm but uninteresting
7 November 2006 | by (Singapore) – See all my reviews

Bas Yun Hi is about a bunch of 5 yuppies and is set totally in Bangalore. Rohan is engaged and he believes in astrology. According to his horoscope his ideal life partner would have a name that starts with V. His friend Aditya (Purab Kohli) decides to play a prank on him by getting his friend Veda (Nandita Das) to meet him and fall in love. Rohan actually falls for it and soon he is smitten by Veda. She too forgets its a prank and is totally attracted to him. Meanwhile, Rohan discovers that the horoscope he had was not his but that of his brother. Things further complicate when Rohan's fiancée returns from her travel.

The mood of this movie is totally offbeat and light. It actually feels like one of those cloudy afternoons in Bangalore. All the locales (Coffee Day outlets, parks, etc.) of the movie are in Bangalore and the city looks really good on screen! Nandita Das looks damn natural and has an easy role to play. What sucks in the movie is the pace. There really is not enough story in it to fill 2 hours, resulting in an extremely slow pace. The ending is quite predictable and disappointing. Had it been edited to ¾-1 hour, this would've been a decent made-for-TV movie.

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