Tamasha is about the journey of someone who has lost his edge in trying to follow socially acceptable conventions of society. The film is based on the central theme of abrasion and loss of ... See full summary »
Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani is the story of the relationship between two characters, Bunny (Ranbir Kapoor) & Naina (Deepika Padukone), at two separate but defining times in their lives... first... See full summary »
Two straight guys pretend to be gay in order to secure a Miami apartment. When both of them fall for their roommate Neha, hilarity ensues as they strive to convince one and all that they're Gay whilst secretly trying to win her heart.
London-based Jai Vardhan Singh and Meera Pandit meet, fall in love, and she introduces him to her family. Shortly thereafter, they decide to part as she wants to re-locate to India to restore heritage buildings, while he re-locates to America. Restauranteur Veer Singh attempts to convince Jai to pursue her, as he had pursued Harleen Kaur back in 1965 India, but Jai moves on and falls in love with Caucasian Jo, while Meera is all set to get marry her employer, Vikram Joshi. Written by
Deepika Padukone was offered the lead role during her modeling days before she took up Om Shanti Om (2007); however, at the time, she wasn't sure about a career in acting. Imtiaz Ali promised her that if she ever considers a career in acting, he will have this role ready for her. Subsequently, she joined acting and Imtiaz Ali signed her. See more »
When Jai and Meera meet up deciding to break up, they hold hands and Jai talks about the irritating traffic. In the next shot, Meera's hands are on her lap. See more »
Love aaj kal is a story of a 'practical couple' who mutually decide to break up due to their career ambitions. In an amicable break up they throw a party to celebrate their separation. However they keep in touch and eventually realise they cannot let go of the other person. Simultaneously running is the story of a much previous generation and their love story. In this case, love came first, then came ambition. The contrasting notions of love between the two generations reminds us what we are missing out in this quest of proffessionalism and individuality. On the whole it is a very funny movie with even the serious scenes making you laugh. My friends and I fell in love with the 1965 love story of Veer and Harleen. Imtiaz Ali directed the yesteryears in a superbly manner and Saif Ali Khan looked, acted and completely became a very attractive younger version of Rishi Kapoor. It was the best romance I have seen in years. Harleen played by a new comer, (whose real name is missing from every website for some reason) takes you back to the innocent days where girls had a straight parting and a long braid and wore full sleeved simple clothes. I absolutely loved her, and she looked like a million dollars in her simple attire. On the other hand, Saif Ali Khan as a young hip Jai was someone we have seen before in Hum Tum, Kal ho na ho and Salaam Namaste. However because the man never ages he looks good doing it! Deepika Padukone looked like a giant in most of the scenes. Moreover her make-up was average. Her strong Hindi accent is a little putting off because she ruins funny dialogues with it. If I had to change one thing about this movie, it would be Deepika Padukone. She seemed too young and awkward. However with such a good script, great songs and direction everyones flaws are well hidden and what you come back home is wanting a little more of each of the love stories because you want to know "what happened next??!!??!?!"
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