A feisty cricket-expert Punjabi girl enters the men's cricket team to play in a cricket tournament between Indian and Pakistani local teams; however, she is in a predicament when she falls for her handsome cricket coach.
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Toronto-based social activist Priya meets out-of-work architect Raj Malhotra, and both end up in a series of hilarious misunderstandings. Priya finds out that Raj is attracted to her. She shows interest in him as well, though she is seeing Karan Bahl, to whom all of their friends expect she'll soon be married. What Priya does not know is Raj believes she is lucky for him and may be using her to obtain a contract that would involve tearing down her beloved community center to build a shopping mall in it's place. Written by
Aziz Mirza had tough time shooting the song "Move Your Body Now." Regardless of how much practice she had, Vidya Balan was constantly messing up her moves. Shahid Kapoor, who was previously a back-up dancer, tremendously helped her out. See more »
I saw this movie lately and now I'll try to comment about it in few words: There is nothing interesting in the whole movie. It's so boring sometimes. The story line is so simple and not connecting at all that when we end it we aren't satisfied at all.
There is nothing about he chemistry between the 2 principal actors. If only the story was more credible and the script stronger than what we had to see.
I liked the dress of the actors and the general colors of this movie. The music was too modern I didn't like it.
It's the kind of movie to watch once and never again.
My vote: 5/10
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