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What's Your Raashee? Yogesh Patel, a young man in a hurry. Yogesh must find his dream girl within 10 days to save his family from utter ruin. Finding the dream girl is tough enough. Finding her in a hurry is even tougher. Written by
"What's Your Rashee" would make you wonder if he is the same director who wielded the megaphone in "Lagaan", "Swades" & "Jodha Akbar". It wouldn't be no rocket-science to state that the starting point namely the book "Kimball Revenswood" by Madhu Rye is the culprit. I would also add another state that translating a book to screen requires a different sensibilities altogether and this was sadly big time missing.
And shouldering Priyanka Chopra to breathe life into all the 12- characters was indeed an herculean task. Don't get me wrong but she put an effort into each character more than humanly possible. But it gets inanely boring after a few characters pass by. If twelve different popular actress'es were chosen instead, it would have taken the movie to a different level altogether. Harman Baweja is imprisoned into poor man's Hritik caricature.
The length of the movie adds to the woes, especially after 7th Priyanka, the audience wishes to fast-forward to the climax to find who becomes the better-half of Mr. Yogesh Patel.
The comedy track was mundane and hardly evokes mirth. Music by Sohail Sen is different but misses the bulls-eye.
Good luck next time ASHu. You are a phoenix and will surely rise from ASHes.
PS: My mind is still afresh with the spectacular performance of Late Mohan Gokhale who breathed life into Mr. Y I Patel in "Mr. Yogi" on good old Doordarshan which has had similar storyline.
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