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Born in Dehra Dun, temperamental and ambitious Kamna changes her name to Kamini, hires Babu as her Manager and becomes one of the most sought-after heroines in Bollywood. As a publicity stunt and to get the attention of film-maker Karan Johar, she recruits Rahul to pose as her childhood sweetheart and future husband - which result in nothing but insecurities for both - as Rahul reveals his true character and starts to blackmail her; Gia Bakshi lives with her dad, Col. Bakshi and is in love with Shiven Dungarpur, both are to get married shortly, but Shiven starts to get cold feet and decides to disappear from her life, leaving Col. Bakshi no alternative but to arrange Gia's marriage with Rohit Chhada; Gia's sister, Seema, lives in Britain, has been married to Vinay Malhotra for 15 years, & they have two children. While preparing to travel to India for Gia's marriage, Seema finds out that Vinay is having an affair with a gorgeous woman named Anjali - leaving her with nothing but ... Written by
The literal translation of the title is "Love's Sweet Salute". See more »
Just before the Salaam e Ishq song, Salman Khan sweeps Priyanka Chopra into his arms, and we see that Priyanka's hand is on his neck. In the next shot her hand is on his shoulder. It then goes back to being on his neck in the next shot. See more »
If you stay with me, what will your future be like tommorow?
No matter what our future may be like, Tehzeeb, we'll make it beautiful together. But if you are't with me, then I have no present, or any future.
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Salaam-e-Ishq is the second new Indian movie i have ever seen, and so I speak from a western view point. This movie is quite good, especially the first 2 hours. The characters are diverse, and so are their stories. Many dialogs are absolutely hilarious. Passages from comedy to drama episodes are done carefully, and the movie rolls by in a dynamic, entertaining way. However, towards the end of the second hour the movie starts to stretch. Some scenes are unnecessary, and some songs are too long and could have been saved for the ending. As a result, by the time the conclusion comes, one starts gazing at the watch. Also,towards the end, the drama is in some cases exaggerated and not every actor and actress manage to pull it off well. For the rest of the movie, performances range from excellent to satisfactory. This movie should have been edited down to about two and a half hours and would have been perfect. Still, it's a good one to see with your friends, or someone you love. The great comedy and the diverse issues make it worth it.
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