After Vishwas Rao (Shahid Kapoor) is raised up by his Mother (Padmini Kolhapure), who apparently dreams for him to become a Police Inspector. However, he has different plans in mind. Vishwas wants to become a film hero.
Fida tells the story of Jai who one day happen to meet a young and beautiful woman called Neha and he falls in love with her at first sight. However trying to persuade Neha was in vane to ... See full summary »
Tarot Card Reader, Sunita Rao, informs Vasant Vihar-based idealist Priya Malhotra that she will meet her soul-mate on a beach in a foreign country. While in Bangkok she meets Immy, believes he is the one, but realizes that he had wooed her by stealing her diary. She decides to test destiny by asking him to fulfill three conditions - first of which is to attend on the same floor of a hotel; second: to locate a book on numerology that contains her name & phone number; and lastly asks him to write his contact details on a 50 Rupee note. She spends the money, and the book is left at a used bookstore. If both items are located by them, they truly are meant for each other. Immy is unable to locate her on any floor in the Hotel, and both re-locate - she to Mumbai and he to America. Three years later their marriages have been arranged with Sofiya Arora and Jatin, but neither are even close to locating the book nor the 50 Rupee note. Written by
I really cant believe I spent an hour and my money to watch this movie. No, the movie is longer than an hour but I could not bear it for than that. It took 5 years for the movie to come out and it does look outdated. Kareena Kapoor is chubby and nobody likes her chubby. All the jokes and comedy is outdated and people were yawning in the hall when the actors were trying to make people laugh. The director misused the good actors Shahid and Kareena. They have got potential but this movie is a plain disaster. Hindi movies are all about music and who listens to Himesh these days?? The dancing, the silly college life, the dialogues everything is seen so many times before that one can guess whats going to happen next before the dialogue is even delivered.
Stay at home and stare at wall, that would be more fun I am telling you.
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