This is a dramatic chain of events in the most glamorous ,swinging era of Hindi films... the 1960s. It was a decade when film stars tasted success and carried their larger than life screen ... See full summary »
Ananth Narayan Mahadevan
Yo Yo Honey Singh,
Babu Rao, Raju and Shyam, are living happily after having risen from rags to riches. Still, money brings the joy of riches and with it the greed to make more money - and so, with a don as an unknowing investor, Raju initiates a new game.
Recently divorced from his wife, Pooja Talwar, Gujarat-born Vivan Shah, who works as a Jockey with Mumbai's Radio Mirchi, dramatically meets with Shanaya Dhingra - whose mother is Parsi and father a Punjabi. Circumstances force him to gate-crash her wedding ceremony and spend a night in a prison cell by her enraged DCP father. Subsequently, a friendship develops between the two and she even assists him with his job - and lands one herself. The duo get so popular that their employer decides that they perform a live show on TV while the Dhingras believe the duo are in love. It is during the live TV show that Vivan will be compelled to display his true feelings and confess that he does not love Shanaya. Watch what implications this will have on Shanaya, her parents as well as on Pooja herself. Written by
One of the worst movies I have seen in a long long time.
Himesh needs to quit acting and stick to music instead. If he feels the urge to share something he considers poignant to his music with us, we might permit him to shoot an elongated music video provided we like the song it is about. This is just unacceptable. The guy can't act and to top it all up, he is too melodramatic and takes himself way too seriously. You can tell that all the actresses he keeps acting with are just doing it for the money and recognition, they can't even fake liking him talk less of being convincingly romantic with him. He is just embarrassing himself by churning out so-called romantic movie after movie (and by the way, the soundtrack for this one wasn't even great) just because he has the money to do so. 'Aap Ka Suroor' (his debut film) was a hit by fluke. 'Karz' flopped and I'm sure so did this one ('Radio'). I will not even bother describing this hopeless excuse for a film to you, watch at your own risk.
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