Rashmi lives a wealthy lifestyle in India along with her widower dad, Dr. Sanjeev Jaitly. She aspires to be a singer and dancer, and is encouraged by her friends and dad to take this up as ...
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Rashmi lives a wealthy lifestyle in India along with her widower dad, Dr. Sanjeev Jaitly. She aspires to be a singer and dancer, and is encouraged by her friends and dad to take this up as a profession. She prepares her portfolio and approaches R.K. Music Co, which is run by Rahul Kapoor. Rashmi is also an ardent fan of established singer/dancer, Mallika Arora, a client of Rahul, and always sends her gifts and flowers on every possible occasion. When Mallika fails to impress the public, Rahul is advised to look for fresh talent, and he approaches Rashmi, and together they release their first album which turns to be a major success. Together they deliver many other hits and also fall in love with each other. Sanjeev initially opposes their romance and eventual marriage as he feels that Rahul and his celebrity lifestyle is not right for Rashmi. He eventually gives in when Rashmi insists on marrying Rahul. A lavish engagement party takes place - and it is after this party that Rashmi ... Written by
It's one of those Could have been films. The aim of the story was good. Execution is terrible and becomes a bad sleazy movie. This film could have been another Pyaasa, the Gurudutt movie. It's worth avoiding. A comment on the songs: some of the songs are actually good to listen. Manisha plays the role of a fading star. She is not interested in a marriage. Don't be mistaken that she wants to be a yogini, she does want to be in bed with the hero character Rahul. Thus, rahul is looking for another girl to marry. Rahul continues totell Manisha that she would continue to be his best friend. Thereby maligning what is known as friendship in the Indian world. Preethi character thinks that Manisha and Rahul are only friends in the usual sense and wants to get married to Rahul. This too after giving up herself to him! Funny characterisation indeed. Perhpas the scriptwriter had a drink while writing the script. Dialogues seems to have been written for every 10mts of the movie, otherwise he would have found the flaw in it.
Though I don't believe that Indian sensibilities have changed, nevertheless these scriptwriters should be working for Hollywood movies. To avoid such scripts, they should at least see non-Hollywood movies.
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