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Slender, barely 5'2", assisting a dance troupe, Veera Kaur's dream is to represent the 9-time losing Indian Tigers cricket team. The team, led by Choudhary Vikramjeet Singh, has never won the Aman Cup against their rivals, Pakistan Champs, led by Pathan Liqayat Ali Khan. She dons the guise of a turbaned Sikh, complete with beard and mustache, and calls herself Veer Pratap Singh. In this way she manages to convince the new, rather arrogant and brash Team Captain, Rohan Singh - a British County Cricket all-rounder, and the son of Vikramjeet - to include her in this team. Things all appear to be going well until accusations are leveled against her for attempting to sexually molest Rohan's leggy girlfriend - none other than Miss Chandigarh 2008, Soniya Saluja - which may well blow Veera's cover and prevent her from ever playing for any Indian Cricket team. Written by
Veera Kaur (Rani Mukerji) takes the alias of Veer Pratap Singh. Rani Mukherjee had earlier starred in the Yash Raj Film Veer-Zaara (2004), which featured the title character of Veer Pratap Singh (Shah Rukh Khan). See more »
There is only one God. His name is the truth. He is the Creator. He is without fear. He is without hatred. He never dies. He is beyond births and deaths. He is self-illuminated. He is realized through the grace of the True Guru. Repeat his name. He was True in the primal beginning. He has always been True. He is also True now.
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I was at the premiere of 'Dil Bole Hadippa!' at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film is a story about a girl going after her dreams to play in a big league men's cricket team. The film portrays a lot of Indian Punjabi culture and is very patriotic. Fabulous acting by Rani Mukherji playing double roles in the movie. Shahid Kapoor also delivered a brilliant role as the head coach of the cricket team. The film was well directed and produced. I personally did not like the music that much except for a couple of tracks. It is a relatively decent movie for family viewing. Overall, this was a well-made movie accompanied by a good story.
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