When his work permit expires in New York, Jaswinder Bedi gets married to a bar dancer, Sally Turner, and moves in with her. When he is informed that his Patiala-based father, Jatta Singh ...
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When his work permit expires in New York, Jaswinder Bedi gets married to a bar dancer, Sally Turner, and moves in with her. When he is informed that his Patiala-based father, Jatta Singh Bedi, is ill, he rushes home - only to find that he must now get married to Richa or else his sister will remain unmarried for life. He marries Richa, leaves her behind, and returns back to Sally. Jaswinder will find himself not only in hot soup after the arrival of his father and Richa, but will also face numerous charges when Sally decides to sue him.Written by
This is a lame crossover movie. The first half-1 hour is so bad, it's funny. Brande is speaking "tuti-puthi," awfully disjointed Hindi. You start asking questions like, "What the heck?" after watching scenes like the "Gaon Ki Gori" scene. Brande is attractive though and gives some visual entertainment for half the audience. She concentrates too much on speaking Hindi, but when its English, she acts well. The Haasil actress performs surprisingly well. Songs are good except for "Tu Mera Pyaar Bhi Hai." The best part of the flick is the comic relief (if you haven't gotten enough from Brande's Hindi) of Mango and the cross-dresser.
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