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 ... See full summary »

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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 gavin@sunny_deol2009@yahoo.com

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She wants everything back

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Good performance from Raveena Tandon
11 October 2006 | by (slough) – See all my reviews

A good movie but not excellent. The songs in the movies are not brilliant and I think could have been edited out. Raveena Tandon again shows what are great and underrated actress she is but I would have liked to see more of her escape from the mental institute and how come she just suddenly stopped taking her medicine. Mahima Chaudry also performs well but her role does not require the histronics that Raveena's does but she still makes her presence felt. As usual Jackie Shroff is wooden he delivers his lines without any emotion. The story is interesting but drags in parts. The ending of the movie is quite good and the movie raised awareness of Raveena's illness. It was an interesting watch and not the usual commercial pot boiler.

This movie gets a 7/10 from me.


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