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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
The film is loosely inspired by Sailor Moon (1992), which also featured a set of girls who are based on their stars. See more »
Yogesh B. Patel:
My name is Yogesh Bharat bhai Patel! I'm a man! A real Man! No protein supplements! No steroids! And I don't need any father-in-law to help me take care of my wife! Understood?
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This is Ashutosh Gowarikars first venture into a romantic comedy and one must say he comes out as a winner.
The Film starts with Yogesh Patel (Harman Baweja) who is forced to get married in ten days to save his family from an unforeseen ordeal. Thus, to begin his search to find love he agrees to meet one girl from each Rashee. All these 12 girls are played by Priyanka Chopra.
Each of the 12 girls have a strongly etched out character, some make you laugh and some touch your heart. Priyanka has done a outstanding job in playing out each character with a difference, she shows her versatility as an actor.
Harman Baweja has excellent comic timing, and looks very good. You see the Films through his eyes and he keeps his performance just about right, does not overdo the comic portions of he Film. He keeps it real and has an endearing quality to him.
Ashutosh Gowariker has again proved that he is an A list director and despite the length which does make you impatient, he still keeps you hooked till the climax of the FIlm.
This Film sets itself apart from the formulaic romantic comedy and keeps you engaged. Also, Harman and Priyanka make a fabulous pair !
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