Bangalore-based Radhika Rao lives a wealthy lifestyle with her parents. She re-locates to London, England, and works as a news reporter with Sahara Samay. She meets with Financial Executive... See full summary »

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Rajvirr Singh ...
Aditya Chowdhury (as Rajveer Dutt)
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Radhika 'Radi' Rao
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Meghna Malik
Chhavi Mittal
Sheetal Shah
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Bangalore-based Radhika Rao lives a wealthy lifestyle with her parents. She re-locates to London, England, and works as a news reporter with Sahara Samay. She meets with Financial Executive, Aditya Chowdhury, and both fall in love with each other. They get engaged and even invest in a house. They overcome differences, which only re-surface when Radhika, who has been promoted as Bureau Chief, decides to re-locate to Mumbai, India. Once there both overcome their differences and Aditya even visits her on her birthday. Shortly thereafter Radhika visits him in London. After a short harmonious period, their differences re-surface again and both decide to part ways. They will be fated to meet again after over 2 years in Australia - and the question remains will they be able to patch-up? Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Story is the hero of the film
23 December 2007 | by (San Jose, CA, US) – See all my reviews

Kaisay Kahein is a wonderful story about how today's ambitious, career-driven youth are compromising and sacrificing their family life and personal relationships for their jobs. Our society has placed too much importance on career with more and more materialism becoming prevalent, and as a result, people's families are breaking apart. Divorce rates have hit an all-time high.

This film does a beautiful job of illustrating this trend. Both the guy and girl are shown to have very demanding careers. They undoubtedly perform very well, and with good performances come promotions and increased responsibilities that demand more of their time. The only place they have to cut corners is the time they put towards their loved ones. The zealous nature of the hero's character shows well how the workplace is turning into a rat-race with everyone wanting to reach the top.

The main guy is a terrible actor, and is too immature and young for his character. The actress does a decent job though. However, the brilliant script is the biggest hero of the film with excellent screenplay and dialogues. Many scenes are excellent from the conflicts to the ending. Songs are quite nice.

This film is a must-see for every young and working person as it exemplifies the utter importance to maintain a good work-life balance.


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