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The lives of four people intersect in Mumbai: a washer-man who wants to become an actor, a banker-turned-photographer, a painter looking for inspiration, and a newly-married immigrant who journals her experiences on home video.
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Real lunacy of the lunatics, by the lunatics, for the lunatics.
All this hype about an unreleased Aamir Khan's film is a DVD extra of Lagaan?!! Aamir has become a real lunatic. Why waste the precious time of people by saying it is an unreleased film? Did you ever expect that this so-called film of yours would see the daylight and people thronging to the theaters to see this DVD extra? Why didn't you three (Ashutosh Gowariker, Aamir Khan, (&) Zee TV) sell it in OLX instead??? Lagaan may be an epic, but this is an epic fail. Aamir told this is kind of a documentary which is very close to his heart. He should have kept it to his heart. Why give us a heart attack by saying it is an unreleased movie and waste our Sunday? Nobody in sane mind would have enjoyed a DVD extra. People enjoy it when it is shown for 5 minutes after a movie gets over. Due to Aamir's fan-following, it is rated 8.5.
Coming soon all the unreleased deleted/cut-scenes of Aamir from his previous films "Bhag Chalo: The Lunacy of Film Cutting." Again, fans will work hard for you Aamir and rate it 10/10.
Keep it up Mr. Poorfectionist.
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