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, secretly trying to win her heart.
A young man has only ten days to locate his soulmate as dictated by the stars, otherwise he could lose a fortune. He thus embarks on a journey through love, looking through twelve girls to find the one who fits his horoscope.
Kabir Grewal, a Casanovic film maker and screenwriter is making multiple films (GUNS Trilogy) based on a thief's life and robberies, all achieving high success. In order to shoot his third ... See full summary »
The story of two strangers on an odyssey of discovery -- down a path that is ridden with the exquisite pain and joy of falling in love, only they don't realize it. A series of hilarious misadventures trace their bi coastal road journey as they go about fulfilling their last wishes. But then life interrupts, as is its habit; and painful choices must be made. The duo part with the understanding that their days together were a brief interlude of insanity that had to succumb to real life. They part as they met - as strangers. Written by
During Kiara's first flashback scene, when Kunal is playing a video game, the TV screen shows wii sports. However, there is no wii controller in his hand, but some other type of controller. Moreover, his wii character continues to move even though he leaves the controller to talk. See more »
I am sure my review won't be any different from the ones already posted. The movie starts with an unusually depressing premise for a bollywood style romance. It sounds promising but the director was probably instructed not to be too experimental because he quickly recovers himself and falls back into the routine of making a painfully boring love story. The first half has a few rare, blink and u miss it funny moments.The saddest part is that Priyanka and Ranbir actually have an excellent chemistry. So much scope and talent gone to waste! The hypocrisy also kills the mood. On one hand the protagonists are shown as modern , living on their own terms kind of characters who share an apartment , and when need arises , even a bed. Yet it becomes necessary for the director to force their virtuousness down our throats. Anyway the second half adds nothing to the story except some tears and then some more. Instead of making an entire movie on killing themselves they should have just made those two kill someone. Now that would have made an interesting story.
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