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This movie has been so hyped, I paid big bucks to buy it as it was not available for online rental so had to get a DVD mailed out to me. And I was immensely disappointed with it. Everything from direction, story, and acting was horrifying to say the least. Veteran actors like Zeenat Aman and Helen were awful, and so were the rest of the cast. This movie was set in Mumbai and was about an Anglo Saxon Indian family with a married son, who had an urge to explore the gay lifestyle, hence the hype. I feel this movie was targeted for the gay audience in mind given there are not many such movies out of Bollywood. This movie gets a rank of 1 as in my opinion it does not meet my entertainment standards.
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