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I saw " Happy Ending " yesterday. Well, it isn't a bad movie but then again it isn't really entertaining either. There are some moments that are outright boring but these are balanced out by the "relatively" funnier moments.
Saif plays the character of Yudi who is a broke writer as his books are not selling anymore. When an unsuccessful Bollywood actor (played by Govinda) comes to Los Angeles where Yudi lives and asks him to write a script for his next movie, Yudi gets a chance to redeem himself. Now, the story seemed to be nice to me which is why I decided to watch the movie, but after watching it I wish the directors could have interpreted the story in a different manner rather than making it look so cheesy on screen.
Saif is used to playing peppy characters. He has played one in this movie. But I just wish the movie was as lively as Yudi is shown to be. On a completely different note I fell in love with Yudi's red convertible BMW and the super-posh LA locality where he happens to be staying. For all the American affluence that has been shown in the movie, I'll give it a 7 out of 10.
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