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Mr Ya Miss (2005)

 -  Comedy  -  2 December 2005 (India)
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When a womanizer is accidentally struck dead by one of his many girlfriends, he is given a second chance - he is reincarnated as a WOMAN. This isn't a second chance, this is a punishment!


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Credited cast:
Antara Mali ...
Sanjana Patel
Ritesh Deshmukh ...
Loveleen Kapoor
Aftab Shivdasani ...
Sanjay Patel
Bharat Dabholkar ...
Prakash Malhotra
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ishrat Ali ...
Arvind Sen - Sanjay's boss
Snehal Dabi ...
Road Romeo
Ajinkya Deo ...
Bhagwan Shri Shivji
Faezeh Jalali ...
Khurshed Lawyer ...
Lawyer for Antara Maali
Kainaaz Pervees
Satchit Puranik ...
Police Inspector
Rushad Rana
Varsha Usgaonkar ...
Devi Maa Parvati
Anupama Verma ...
Sanjay's girlfriend


Wealthy Gujarati-speaking Sanjay Patel is a self-styled Indian Casanova, who believes in dating and flirting with a wide assortment of young women, and breaking their hearts. He works as an Executive in an Advertisement Firm and is very friendly with a male co-worker, Shekhar, who is exactly Sanjay's opposite when it comes to females. Sanjay flirtatious actions land him in trouble with three women, Loveleen Kapoor, Seema and Rita, he is attacked and is killed. He appears before Bhagwan Shivji and Devi Maa Parvati and he pleads with them to let him return, he is asked to mend his ways before the next Shivratri, and is permitted to return. The next day Sanjay treats this as a bad dream and sets about his usual way. This does not auger well with Parvati and she recommends to Shivji that Sanjay's gender be changed to female in order to enable him to understand and appreciate the fairer sex. The transformation takes place and Sanjay, much to his horror, is transformed to a female. He sets ... Written by rAjOo (

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Stop Ripping Off Hollywood, and get an original idea please!
15 June 2006 | by (Middle Earth) – See all my reviews

Where the heck does "Antara Mali" get off taking the writing credits for this movie when this is a rip off from a Hollywood film "Switch" (1991), starring Ellen Barkin, and Jimmy Smitts?

I am personally fed up with this trying to pass off someone else's work, and original ideas as one's own that Bollywood has been indulging in for years! STOP the plagiarism, and get a clue! I am surprised that someone in Hollywood has NOT clued up and sued the pants off some of these Bollywood producers for this blatant stealing! Bollywood dares to talk of "Stopping the Piracy"! Well first start with cleaning up your OWN act!

I feel very strongly about this,as the movie "Switch" was one I really enjoyed, and to see someone coming along, and trying to take the credit for writing a story which is actually the brain child of someone else is despicable. At least give credit where it's due, and be honest enough to admit that the movie is inspired by another production!

There have been many movies made that have been "inspired" by some other play, movie,or book etc.If you admit it, there is no shame in it. At least it will be better than blatant plagiarism bordering on stealing. Shame on you Antara!

Take a leaf off the book of an Indian movie maker like Nagesh Kukunoor who's work is original, and like he said at the IIFA Awards in Dubai this last week, "There are 1 billion Indians, and between us, we should be able to tell an original story"!

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