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Isi Life Mein...! (2010)

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Just out of school, a conservatively raised girl experiences changes after moving to a big city.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rajnandani 'RJ' R. Khandelwal
Ravimohan Khandelwal
Pratibha R. Khandelwal (as Prachee Shah Paandya)
Mrs. Khandelwal / Ammaji
Poonam Gulati
Madhur Arora
Rishi Krishnan ...
Rajnandini's brother (as Master Rishi Krishnan)
Prashant - Vivaan's father (as Aditya Raj Kapoor)
Dilip Roy ...
Rajesh Dubey
Veebha Anand ...
Rajesh Balwani
Vineeta Agarwal


After emerging as a topper - not only in Sophia Senior Secondary School but also in Rajasthan - Ajmer-born Rajnandini Khandelwal, who lives a conservative lifestyle with a joint family - including her parents, grandmother, as well as an uncle and aunt - is now taught basic cooking, while her father, Ravimohan, a devout Hindu, looks for a suitable groom. Her mother wants her to learn western cuisine and arranges for her stay in Mumbai with her sister, Shubha, and brother-in-law, Mukul. Once there, she is allowed to attend Modern College where she enlists in The Dramatics Society, and is selected to play the role of 'Kate' in Shakeshpeare's 'Taming of the Shrew'. She adapts to her new lifestyle, gains confidence, has her hair styled, wears revealing western dresses, and is attracted to fellow-collegian Vivaan. Then a surprise visit from Ravimohan will turn the tables against her. She will not only be admonished, but also be taken back to Ajmer where her marriage has been arranged with ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Movie which connects with the youth
24 October 2014 | by See all my reviews

Well to begin with, some or may most of you might feel I over-rate the movie. Personally I liked it, that's why gave full marks. It may or may not have flaws on both IQ and EQ levels. But the movie reached to me, everything director wanted to convey reached to me as an audience.

Let me counter few criticism points I read in other reviews which I feel were unfair. Firstly, I have seen question that why the the character RJ doesn't object even once when she has to surrender her dreams and ambitions to marry a stranger. This is the whole point, that's why she is portrayed as small town girl where still such tradition exists. It's not rocket science.

Secondly, romance between the leading couple is labeled as too simple....sharing of smiles, etc. It is actually perfect, depending on the nature of the characters the romance perfectly accurate. As a grown- up now, watching this movie brought back memories of college days (graduation specially). Hence, this completely connects with reality.

Talking about the songs, they are hugely under-rated. Each song is in sync with the flow of the movie, lyrics suit the mood of the song and so do the tune, rhythm. Last song so perfectly fits the climax, made me cry (romantically you can say).

Special mention for Sandeepa Dhar, her dance is absolute delight to watch, specially the seemingly simple steps in "Ramji 24X7". As RJ, she is one of the sweetest character ever I saw in a movie. Hats off to her to pull it off. Akshay was good too, at times his looks remind us of young Hritihik Roshan, yet his originality of expression remains constant. What gives away is sometimes his voice, is too soft or child like but at times only, not always.

The college friend circle shown in the movie is absolutely in touch with reality of present times. This is another thing which helps connect with the youth.

And for the director as debut movie there are no typical flaws or dull moments in the movie which make us to skip the scene. Overall good direction considering its her first venture.

I would recommend go for it. Personally after watching it, I had a huge-huge crush on the character RJ, played by the leading lady Sandeepa Dhar. Watched the movie 10 more times just for her :) :)

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