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Delhi University's Professor Avantika Ahuja meets fellow professor Ehsan Khan in typical Bollywood filmy style, and both fall in love with each other. Her father, who had preferred that she marry a Hindu, reluctantly permits them to get married. They do so, and subsequently re-locate to live in the United States. They buy a house, settle in, and are welcomed by their neighbors, Hamid and Anjum. A few days later Avantika's world will be turned upside down when she finds out that their neighbors are terrorists who want to avenge the deaths of innocent Iraqi and Afghani civilians massacred by British and American forces, and that her husband is not who he claims to be. Written by
Akshaye Khanna was offered the film but could not agree on his price. It was for Vivek Oberoi's role. See more »
When a couple is newly wed the husband and wife have no time for anything except each other. They shut their doors and windows and immerse themselves in a world of love. But when those windows open, the first thing to fly out, is love. If you want a happy marriage, you can't just listen to your heart.
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I was inclined to give this one just 1 star, but then bumped it to a 3 because of the technical elements of the movie (it looks good) and the music (which while not stupendous, is at least pleasant sounding) The movie itself is a complete waste of one's time, and for anyone with reasonable sensibilities - will leave them fuming at the end of it all. The seeming absence of reason and logic by the characters in the movie and the downright shocking stereotyping of characters, let the movie down completely. Before watching the movie - i'd read reviews on the internet from reputed publications that commend the tight script and great direction, but all of that just looks like an effective PR machinery and a flexible marketing budget at play.
If you do want to have a pleasant evening, and one that doesn't involve an onset of irritability and general bodily discomfort - then please avoid watching this one.
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