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Saaya (2003)

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Tanya is a rich woman who is married to another rich man named Vinod. But their lives change by Vinod's death. Tanya than starts falling in love with a doctor named Akash. But Akash is in ... See full summary »



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Cast overview:
Dr. Akash "Akki" Bhatnagar
Dr. Maya A. Bhatnagar
Mahima Chaudhry ...
Zohra Segal ...
Sister Martha (as Zohra Sehgal)
Harsh Chhaya ...
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Tanya is a rich woman who is married to another rich man named Vinod. But their lives change by Vinod's death. Tanya than starts falling in love with a doctor named Akash. But Akash is in love with a woman named Maya and after some time gets married to her. But their marriage does not last long. Because, first Maya leaves him to travel to another part of India to help people who are sick; and then Akash receives news that she is dead. Tanya comes up to console Akash and hopes that he will now love, accept and marry her. But Akash does not do so, as he is still immersed in Maya's memories, and believes that Maya is still alive and calling out to him. Is Akash going out of his mind? Written by Sumitra (corrected by Calista)

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Can love call back the dead?


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4 July 2003 (India)  »

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21 October 2010 | by (India) – See all my reviews

An adaptation of the Hollywood movie 'Dragonfly'. The movie has an okay-okay screenplay, but the movie is saved by the brilliant direction of the mastero, Anurag Basu. Without a good director, the movie could have been a total mismash, but thank God, it didn't happen!

The story is not seen many times, it is kind of story dealing with the connection between 'this world' and 'that world'. Few loopholes are there in the movie, but not a problem..

This is one of the early movies of John Abraham, but he is perfectly fine, without any newcomer feeling. The show almost belongs to him only, and he handles it well. His expression was very good in the climax. Tara Sharma had more song presence, than scenes. She is alright, but seems uncomfortable in a sequence or two. Mahima Chaudhary also does a supporting role, she does it well. Raj Zutshi irritates with his accent... Zohra Sehgal was good for her role.

Songs by Anu Malik are okay, and surprisingly, Shreya Ghoshal appears in a song, as a school girl. The song is sung by herself, she looks good, and the song too!!

On the whole, an average script, made above average with a good direction. "(Average+Good)/2= Above Average"

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