Two friends are searching for their long lost companion. They revisit their college days and recall the memories of their friend who inspired them to think differently, even as the rest of the world called them "idiots".
A man takes his thoroughly-British daughter to his home country, India. There, he arranges a marriage to someone she considers a fool. The daughter attempts to outwit them, but the groom quietly and patiently hatches his own plan.
The story of a bunch of misfits whose misconception about each others backgrounds end up in a series of chaotic, yet comic outcomes. Aftab and Rimi play two strangers who have to pretend ... See full summary »
While on the way to the airport, Mala, who Jignesh Patel believes is going to be his future girlfriend, must listen to the romantic overtures of a group who are obsessed with the popular number 'Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na' from the movie 'Aa Gale Lag Jaa'. The story is about Jai Singh Rathore and Aditi Wadia, two friends who are so close that the Wadias decide to get them married. But both disagree, and decide to seek soul mates for each other. With Aditi's help, Jai meets Meghna, and both fall in love with each other. Jai is introduced to her parents, who also approve of him. Aditi's is then introduced to Sushant Modi, who instantly finds approval, even with her reclusive brother, Amit. Mala anxiously awaits the climax as the story unfolds with many twists and turns. Written by
The last shot of the film is on the airport of the arriving crowd. In the shot a man with a big beard is seen sleeping, holding a board in his hand saying "Mr. Godot". This is a reference to Samuel Beckett's famous play "Waiting For Godot" in which "Godot" never arrives. See more »
The two Rathor brothers refer to the Police Hawaldar as Guytonde, while Inspector Waghmare, refers to him as Shinde. See more »
We used to spend so much time together because we wanted to be with each other, because we were happy together! It is not a duty or an obligation that you should spend time with me. So please, don't ashame me by saying sorry.
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OK... let me start off by saying HATS OFF AAMIR!!! YOU ARE GR8!!! Now for the rest. VERY IMPRESSIVE! Imran has left me stunned. Genelia has improved her performance a hundredfold since Mere Baap Pehle Aap. Ratna Pathak Shah was brilliant! She was at my school directing a play 2 months ago, and I never expected she was so good! Naseeruddin unexpectedly looks gr8 in his small funny role. The few new characters introduced also gave a decent performance! The story is simple. The name says it all - two people are in love, but they lack the sense of maturity and the guts to face it. Both are into finding each other a life-partner, and the whole thing is how they realize the truth...
The climax is like many other films, but in a very unique manner! New characters are introduced till the end, which keeps you involved. The characters successfully cast a charm on you and you can actually feel as they do. Some parts will really make you smile and laugh, while others will make you feel great.
The music also adds to the fun, friendship, and fun. The touchy script succeeds, cinematography and editing could be better, choreography pretty good, and, all-in-all, one must-watch performance. A great start for Imran and a great No. 2 for Genelia. Way to go Aamir, I wonder what will happen to the industry without YOU! And of course, well done Tyrewala! Your first and amazing!
Easily an 8/10. I wonder why the Times of India gave it a 2.5 while it easily deserves a 3 or 3.5...
Go for it!
And I assure you, there's no heavy display of sad emotions. So you won't be crying at any point of time!
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