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Kay Kay Menon,
Woh Lamhe tells the story of Sana Azim (Kangana Ranaut) as a Bollywood superstar who is dominated by her boyfriend Nikhil (Shaad Randhawa), who makes all her career decisions for her; to the world she is a successful and independent woman but in reality she is lonely and lost, a mere puppet in Nikhil's hands. Aditya Garewal (Shiney Ahuja) is an aspiring director who is keen on casting Sana for his debut film, but only on his own terms; he is willing to go to any lengths to get her to agree to the film, even if that means preying on her slight insecurities and her turbulent relationship with Nikhil. Nikhil is successful in casting her in her film and the film turns out to be a super-hit. However, he loses track of his plan somewhere along the way and realizes that even though his film is complete and a super-hit, he just can't pull himself away from Sana; he has actually fallen in love with her in spite of his friend Sam (Purab Kohli) reminding Aditya that Sana is just their ladder to ... Written by
I absolutely loved this movie. I accidentally stumbled upon it after scrolling through movies online. Even though this is a Hindu film, with a different dialect, it was able to capture my attention. The first time I watched it, was on my computer and I had a difficult time understanding what was being said (because of my speakers), but understood the storyline, just by watching the actors'/actresses' facial expressions and actions. The cast did an amazing job acting out their parts and they possess a single talent that captures the audience, making the viewer feel as if they truly know the people in the movie. Your heart goes out to the couple, after seeing what they've both been through and where their futures are heading. Shiny Ahuga is just amazingly brilliant and does a breathtaking job at his role. Kangana is very beautiful and is a natural actress and will go far. The two compliment each other well and look as though they're made for each other- great duo- they really created the film. I have since bought this movie and on TV was able to understand word for word, despite their accents. Once again, great movie- my heart goes out to the director for being so compelling. I cried. I hope Shiny continues to do more films- he's spectacular!
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