Bengal-speaking Siddharth Bose lives a middle-classed lifestyle in Delhi along with his mother, and sister, Shalini. Their dad had abandoned them years ago. Shalini gets married to Kapil ...
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Bengal-speaking Siddharth Bose lives a middle-classed lifestyle in Delhi along with his mother, and sister, Shalini. Their dad had abandoned them years ago. Shalini gets married to Kapil Sharma and moves in with him, while Siddharth works as a DJ with his friend, known simply as Nanoo. While performing for a ceremony, where Punjabi-speaking Trisha Mallick is about to wed India's youngest C.E.O., Vivek Chaddha, Siddharth sneaks in to use the bathroom and finds out that the bride does not love the groom and is about to run away. He manages to convince her to stay put, uses the facility and leaves. He meets her six months later in Mumbai, and he finds out that she did run away, both are attracted to each other and start living together fairly harmoniously, even though Trisha is taller than him. Siddharth's mom approves of Trisha and hopes that their children will also be taller. Their humorous and idyllic lifestyle is shattered when Trisha proposes to him, and gets him to meet her mom, ... Written by
I had my reservations while going for movie as I thought it would be just another light romantic comedy. But came out of hall more than satisfied. Movie is about a typical relationship between a boyfriend and girlfriend where girl is looking for settling down when boy is not yet ready.
Story was OK but what I liked most was the treatment of the subject as well as the performances of Rahul Bose and Ranvir. It was full of witty humor and chemistry between three men (Bose, Ranvir and Bashir) was more interesting than the leading pair.
Must say what I remember most about the movie is Ranvir. He was just terrific.
I found it better than (much hyped)Munnabhai and funnier than "Golmaal". In fact I would like to put it into the category of Hera Pheri.
Good work done by Saket.
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