Ranbir (Jackie Shroff) is a successful writer, and happily married to Anjali (Mahima Chaudhry). But when his schizophrenic ex (Raveena Tandon) shows up out of the blue, tells him he has a ...
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Ranbir (Jackie Shroff) is a successful writer, and happily married to Anjali (Mahima Chaudhry). But when his schizophrenic ex (Raveena Tandon) shows up out of the blue, tells him he has a son living in Goa, and hints that Anjali is cheating on him, his happy life is turned upside down. Written by
This movie was barely publicized at all, and I never really heard about it. This movie is one of those "best kept secrets." Despite the fact the cast comprises of fading stars, the film has a really fresh feel to it. First of all, none of these actors have been seen in a really long time. Second, there isn't any "filmi" nonsense, melodrama, unnecessary characters, foreign locales, etc. The movie focuses strictly on its story, the most critical aspect of any film. Raveena is mind-blowing. Not talked about too often, she once again displays her talent and graceful beauty very well. Likewise, Mahima also does a great job. I have no idea why she is still struggling to get popularity. I've always liked her performances. Jackie Shroff does a lame job as usual. It's nice to see a straightforward, mature love story after a long time. All the characters are excellently developed! Alisha, another long-forgotten talent, sings a nice song.
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