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An enjoyable movie that keeps you smiling till the end. Unfortunately, Saif Ali Khan looked old but nevertheless played his part well. Bubbly Rani was very nice nanny making you wish she was at your house. On the negative side, her dress made her look too conservative that you stopped liking it after some time. Amisha played her roll well- that is she actually had something to do. Her look was sporty and modern. The children were very outstanding, making you remember your childhood. I was amazed that the animation looked quite real. I was expecting it to look cheap but it turned out to be just as good as a Hollywood animated film. The screenplay was very strong and the cinematography was wonderful. The songs were outstanding and addicting. Pyaar Ke Liye, Nihaal Ho Gaye, Lazy Lahme has tunes you'll never forget. The comedy was thoughtful and funny. Nothing but praises for this film!!!
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