Maya Chandhok lives a wealthy lifestyle in Delhi along with her parents. Refusing to buckle down to her mother's demands to get married, she re-locates to Kolkata, obtains her MBA, and then... See full summary »

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Linda Arsenio ...
Pamela Nicole Adamsmith (as Linda)
Shaurya Chauhan ...
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Alisha Chinoi ...
Herself
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Rajeev 'Raj' Sharma
Ray Irani ...
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Amruta Khanvilkar ...
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Neelam ...
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Maya Chandhok (as Manjari)
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Karan Kapoor (as Indraneil)
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Dilip Tadeshwar ...
Tyagraj Nagraj 'Subu' Subramaniam (as Dilip)
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Maya Chandhok lives a wealthy lifestyle in Delhi along with her parents. Refusing to buckle down to her mother's demands to get married, she re-locates to Kolkata, obtains her MBA, and then goes to reside in Mumbai where she gets a job in a bank, and shares a flat with two room-mates, Zenobia and Neha. She meets with Sanjay and both fall in love. Then one day he dramatically and publicly dumps her. A few days later she meets with Rajeev Sharma, who is heartbroken after his fiancée, Pooja, dumped him to re-locate to America, and both are attracted to each other. She is delighted when he proposes to her, but her delight turns sour when he asks her to re-locate with him to Singapore, drop her career, and be a home-maker for the rest of her life. Maya must now make up her mind amidst chaos and heartbreak that also threaten to tear apart lives of both Neha and Zenobia, who are also dating Rajeev's friends, Karan Kapoor and Shaji, while conservative Tyagraj, Rajeev's pal, struggles with his... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Just Pathetic !!!!!!!!!
26 October 2007 | by (India) – See all my reviews

This is just an awful and pedantic put parody of 'FRIENDS' , have seen in years. I had attended Vir Das's stand up once , where he was sure of a good stage career , but his big screen and silver screen image is just bland with jokes that really don't get you anywhere. His big screen debut was no better . May be he should stick to his career as a touring stand up as his show on CNBC isn't getting him anywhere. The world's number one Condiment 'Salsa' proved to be a bland affair with lack of characterization and skimpy modeling . I don't say the movie concept was bad but , they could have maybe let the idea of 'Free friendship' grow to its essence among the majority of the Indian public. OK , where does this review leave the actresses and actors .Well , they show tremendous promise but have to work a lot on their skills and natural deliveries .I have no doubt in mind that they could be some day very good actors.


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