Sonis, Tina, Om, and Puja are four home-mates in Dubai, U.A.E.. While Puja is a host on Radio Hum, Tina is a stage actress, Sonia runs a boutique, and Om works in an office. While outwardly... See full summary »

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Rocky Bhatia ...
Om
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Shama (as Diya Mirza)
Tejaswini Kolhapure ...
Tina A. Mehra
Gauri Karnik ...
Puja
Kiran Janjani ...
Rohit
Ishita Arun ...
Sonia
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Anand Mehra
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ali Asghar ...
Rahul
Suzanne Bernert ...
Susan
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Vivek Malhotra
Himani Shivpuri ...
Mrs. A. Mehra
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Sonis, Tina, Om, and Puja are four home-mates in Dubai, U.A.E.. While Puja is a host on Radio Hum, Tina is a stage actress, Sonia runs a boutique, and Om works in an office. While outwardly the four appear to live a carefree and modern lifestyle, there are many chinks in their respective armors. Puja wants to be the host of her own show, which she would like to call "Puja at 8", but for that she may have to compromise and spend a night with her boss, at the same time she has promised her conservative India-based parents that she will meet with Rahul and eventually marry him; Tina's skeleton in the closet contains her alcoholic dad, who is always asking her for money, though Tina would prefer to avoid him and never see him again, she must deal with him when he suddenly shows up in their home unannounced; Sonia's only male client, Rohit, thinks she is hot and wants to marry her, however, Rohit is known as a womanizer and his affairs only last for a few nights; Om had loved Shama in ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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5 November 2004 (India)  »

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Meri Kahani
Written by Kumaar
Composed by Vishal Dadlani and Shekhar Ravjiani
Performed by Sonu Nigam
Courtesy of Saregama HMV
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why do I watch this ****?
23 February 2008 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

My summer holidays are almost 3 months long, as a consequence I tend to get bored, and so I watch far too many movies, good bad and ugly. Unfortunately, that is my only excuse for having watched this dismal film.

I'm finding it difficult in deciding how to begin bashing this movie. What was worse: acting, story, editing, screenplay? It's hard to decide.

The story is simple, a bunch of young Indian friends living in Dubai, and their individual as well as intersecting stories. Something that could have turned out to be a small budget hit is completely ruined by terrible story and rubbish acting.

The movie only gets a 2 for the song meri kahani, which is worth listening to.

Rest assured, definitely not worth a watch. As for why I'm wasting my time writing this comment, just to warn other unwary viewers from watching this movie.


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