Arav is an ambitious young Indian whose dream is to design cars. He travels to the United States seeking greener pastures, where he meets the beautiful Anna. Anna instantly goes head over ... See full summary »
Arav is an ambitious young Indian whose dream is to design cars. He travels to the United States seeking greener pastures, where he meets the beautiful Anna. Anna instantly goes head over heels for Arav, but Arav remains focused on his career. Over time, he mellows and the two fall in love. Mr. Virwani hires Arav as a Car Designer and soon Arav raises the profile of his organization as well as his very own. Now it is time for Anna and Arav to get married, it is then Arav receives word from Punjab, India, that his father is seriously ill. So he departs for India where he is received by his parents, his brother, Dr. Pranav and his wife; and their son, Chintu. He is also received by Kajal Kapoor - his wife who he married three years earlier. After seeing his wife be begins to recollect old stories about his past with her. Will Arav reunite with Kajal or will he stick to Anna? Written by
This film is great i don't know why Darshan's film is treated so badly Barsaat was great and marvelous. Priyanka Chopra was great in this romantic love-triangle flick. Bobby Deol do it well but could be better. Bipasha Basu was really sexy but not enough to take Bobby's charm and loneliness. Priyanka's role was really fabulous. Her chemistry with Bobby Deol was great even the song ''Barsaat Ki Raat'' was awesome. The way the film was made the beauty and the lines between Bipasha & Priyanka were excellent this is the way these movie of Bollywood should get inspired of this film was great and i'm gonna watch it twice and thrice for Priyanka Chopra
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