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Samir is a very successful doctor: He not only looks after his patient's various maladies, but also looks after his female patients' hearts. Most women fall for him and his irresistible charms. The only person who has not fallen for him is his dutiful nurse Naina. Whenever a girl gets too close to Samir and starts talking about marriage, he sends her off by telling her he is already married. However, one day, he meets Sonia, a beautiful young woman and Samir is smitten. When she learns of his 'wife', she wants to meet her -- and Samir introduces Naina, as well as her niece and nephew, as his wife and children. Samir then arranges a fake divorce from a fake wife with the help of his best friend, lawyer Vicky who, despite having a steady girlfriend, frequently flirts with Naina. To complicate things further, Samir's mother suddenly appears and doesn't want her son get divorced from Naina (when he isn't married to her in the first place). And then, there is Sonia's neighbor Pyare, who ... Written by
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Plot Outline: Samir (Salman), a doctor by profession and a flirt by hobby; is in love with Sonia (Katrina) but has unfortunately lied to her that he was already married. Trouble brews when Sonia airs her intentions to meet the alleged wife. Samir approaches his dutiful nurse Naina (Sushmita) to play 'wife' in a drama that turns out into a comedy of errors. Also involved are characters of Rajpal Yadav, Sohail Khan & Arshad Warsi.
Comment: David Dhavan returns again with his comedies and mixed relationships after his last Mujhse Shadi Karogi which was a poor copy-paste of Hollywood's Anger Management. Although the story has nothing vis-à-vis the typical Bollywood, the execution is neat. However, I felt Kya Kool was a better comedy this year.
The movie's negatives and positives emanate from the Actors themselves. Although Salman has done a good job trying to understand why he fell in love (after he probably fell in love during Maine Pyar Kiya in 1989), I found it difficult to see him play Doctor on screen. His brother, supposedly in a comical role is painfully irritating on screen. Other two noted comedians could've done better if their roles were scripted better. Katrina looks lovely, and Sushmita's neat. Music: 'Just chill' makes a good ring tone.
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