In the 1970s, Om, an aspiring actor, is murdered, but is immediately reincarnated into the present day. He attempts to discover the mystery of his demise and find Shanti, the love of his previous life.
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I feel the movie has got more positive reviews than it actually deserved. I don't understand how the critics give their reviews on a movie. They don't have a standard approach to judge a movie. The script is full of flaws and most of the plots doesn't make any sense, but the critics overlooked them mentioning its a brainless masala entertainer. masala entertainment is fine for general public but the job of a movie critics is to watch the movie with a magnifying glass. It was the same Rajeev Masand who gave Shirish Kunder's Jaan-e-mann a thumbs down saying it has taken too much cinematic liberty and lacks a genuine script. How did he overlook the flaws in the script of his wife's movie. The plot where Shanti is killed is the main flaw of the movie. The whole murder plot and Arjun not even being suspected for it must have been written with a digestible logic. and again in the climax arjun gets killed in a more unbelievable way when he faints in middle of the hall full of people and later SRK shooting at him. This contradicts the existence of the whole plan to convict Arjun of the crime with the help of sandy as in the end SRK never proved his crime. Except for a few one liners and a couple of great comedy scenes(shooting of mind it and Filmfare awards) the movie is a drag. It just relies heavily on SRK's star power. I must give credit to Farah Khan for making a movie on the film industry but it was a let down to me since Main Hoon Na was an much better masala flick yet it had a sound script.
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