It's a story about Raj Sharma who meets three young women at different stages in his life: Mahi, a small-town girl from Punjab; Radhika , an aspiring model in Mumbai; and Gayatri, a non-resident Indian student in Australia. He runs from one conquest to another only to crash into true love.
After Dean Yoginder Vashisht has retired and has fallen gravely ill, several students from his final year at St. Theresa's College rush to his side and reminance in flashbacks the events that none of them have gotten over yet.
London-based Luv Agnihotri decides to end his bachelorhood and asks his Bollywood film-maker brother, Kush, to find a bride for him - much to the displeasure of his Dehradun-based father. Kush accordingly meets and interviews a variety of women and finally selects Delhi-based Dimple Dixit, a woman he had known before, to be the perfect match. Dimple and Luv meet on-line and are attracted to each other, so Luv travels to India where the two families can get the couple formally engaged. Watch as things spiral out of control when Dimple, finding she prefers Kush, insists he elope with her. Written by
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Cast list incorrectly identifies Arfeen Khan's character as "Ajju Agnihotri." Ajju is the brother of Dimple Dixit. Dimple's fiancé Kush has the last name "Agnihotri." Ajju's last name is, and should have been listed as, "Dixit," not "Agnihotri." See more »
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Having said that, I do not mean that I liked it. I almost dozed off while watching the first half. Sole reason that I gave it 6/10 is because it should not be rated below Ready.
Most of the talent has been wasted in the movie due to a lackey script. I had high expectations of the movie after watching the trailer and it all landed in a dash. Ali Zafar was a delight to watch in Tere bin Laden but is totally wasted in this movie. Imran khan has utterly failed to impress with his sole expressions. I was confused if he was John Abraham I was watching. Only delight to watch if Katrina Kaif and I am not talking about her performance. Its her sheer exuberance that got me through the movie.
Plot is wafer thin and is highly predictable. The movie has it moments but if you have watched the trailer, you have it all. Go watch it if you have NOTHING to do at all...
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