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Mohsin Abbas Haider
OK write I've never seen a Bollywood film in my life and after hearing from friends and family about this I thought why not try it and see what it's all about after all it's made by a UK born Asian Artist.
Having expecting the worse as Im not into Bollywood films I was fairly surprised as this is nothing like what I expected first half was slow introducing Jai, Simran, and their romance the second half is where the whole film took a different turn.. What happened was what I didn't expect not your usual girl & boy get married but mirroring something which happens in reality to a certain extent and bringing it to life on the big screen..
I was frankly blown away with the Second half I'm sure Bollywood films are not like this at all.. Touch of thriller in the film.. The lead actress is stunning but think she can improve a lot on her acting, Asad does a good job but Goldie is my favourite made me laugh throughout the film. Some good songs which made the film even better.. Overall guys I would say a great first film and attempt by Asad and all his hard work is very clearly shown in the film if you want something different then watch this film for sure...
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