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When Imran Khan is having dinner with Sonam Kapoor and her fiancée in New Zealand, he receives a call from his mother back in New Delhi, India. But the phone clearly displays a number from New Zealand, the place where this scene was filmed. See more »
Man! This movie was so boring. The best part about it was the trailer. It went downhill from there. For a movie trying to be a spoof on love stories, it bombed by stating how much it hates luv stories ... constantly! It just drags, the film should have been half its size. The main problem is that nothing happens! They keep repeating the same point over and over again. Also there was no real chemistry between the lead pair.
There were a few funny dialogues but not enough to save the film. Imran Khan delivers his dialogues really well (except for a couple of scenes where I thought he actually wanted to laugh). Sonam should hang up her acting hat. She wouldn't know how to say a sentence with emotion if it came and bit her in the you know where.
Best advice: stay at home. watch it when it comes on TV, so that you can change the channel, when you see Imran doing the same thing for the 237th time.
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