Two straight guys pretend to be gay in order to secure a Miami apartment. When both of them fall for their roommate Neha, hilarity ensues as they strive to convince one and all that they're gay, secretly trying to win her heart.
Mohit is a marketing whiz kid vying for a step up the career ladder. Mayera is a financial brain with a penchant for shoes. They're a young middle-class corporate couple that's ambitious ... See full summary »
A man takes his thoroughly-British daughter to his home country, India. There, he arranges a marriage to someone she considers a fool. The daughter attempts to outwit them, but the groom quietly and patiently hatches his own plan.
Mumbai-based Preity Sen and Vishal Bhatt study in HRMC but do not get along with each other. When the time comes for their institutes' 25th anniversary celebrations, one of their lecturers' assigns them to meet ex-students who were romantically involved during their tenure in the college, take photographs and make a presentation during this event. Both, in their individual ways, are excited about this event, but not too thrilled to work with each other. While Vishal is more interested in hooking up with college hottie, Malvika Kelkar, Preity has her sights on rock-star, Rahul Sareen. Both then use their online social networking skills by creating fake ids to befriend the duo with considerable success - little realizing the shocks that await them when they actually meet the persons they admire the most. Written by
This movie from the Yash raj films youth banner is relatively fast paced and enjoyable and is worth watching once. In fact the silly title actually takes a bit of sheen away from a well placed and youthful romantic comedy.
In my opinion, the script has similarities to Hollywood flick 'The truth about cats & dogs'. Its a love story set in the milieu of the social networking sites that have gone on to take over the world. A simple story of mistaken identities and
The lead pair perform really well and fit in effortlessly into their respective character's skins. Saba Azad is quite delightful as Preity. She had already impressed me earlier as the object of Rahul Bose's infatuation in Dil Kabaddi. Saqib Saleem is a new kid on the block and has acted quite naturally in the movie. In fact, the only scene where i felt the director and the lead pair was not convincing was the climax scene.
Supporting actors were competent in their roles but no one really stood out for me except for the lead pair.
Y Films which are an off shoot of the Yashraj banner seem to be the banner from which they'll bring out their youth oriented movies and if this is movie is any indication of their future output then we can expect some fresh films to be released soon.
P.S. - i really love the Y-Films logo and the intro clip.
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