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Four lazy slacker conmen buddies who are jobless, homeless and broke learn about the secret of a hidden treasure from a dying thief and later embark on a race against time to find the mobster's buried treasure and claim it while being pursued by a determined police inspector who is hellbent to get the treasure all by himself.
Titu is going to marry a perfect woman named Sweety. Titu's best-friend Sonu doubts Sweety's character and tries to break the marriage while Sweety tries to do opposite and which leads to war between Bromance and Romance.
'Girlfriend' is a story about two intimate friends Tanya (Isha Koppikar) and Sapna (Amrita Arora) who have always been together since they were in college. Now they live together and each one of them is fond of the other, to that extent that if one does something, the other follows. Sapna meets Rahul (Aashish Choudhary) when Tanya is out of town for some work. Sapna finds herself in a relationship with Rahul and by the time Tanya is back, Sapna has already fallen for Rahul and starts loving him. When Tanya learns of this relationship, she is jealous and reacts very adversely and in her jealousy and possessiveness comes out when she meets Rahul. Now Tanya goes all out to break Sapna's relationship with Rahul and her hidden agenda and desires come to light in the later part of the film.Written by
If one is looking for typical Bollywood fare or cannot handle atypical sexuality, stay away from this movie.
The movie certainly lacks in many ways: the acting was average at best. Isha Koppikar (Tanya) overdoes it, Amrita Arora (Sapna)is barely believable, and Aashish Chaudhary does what he could to support them. Some scenes such as Tanya's 'Matrix' style fights were pathetic and laughable. The music was fair, but the sceneries (including the human scenes) were delightful! Isha is very pleasing to the eyes in this movie, and I hear that Chaudhary excited his female viewers too. There were a few 'hot' scenes, very suggestive, very fleshy, but no explicit sex, no lip to lip meets.
The movie touches on a few social issues. Why did Tanya become the man-hater that she was? Is this a current issue in India? From what I have been hearing, very much so! The movie certainly explained why she became a man hater, but I have trouble believing that the movie suggests that it was the direct reason for her lesbian leaning. I can more accept that it led to her psychopathic behaviour. If it was an attempt to explore homosexuality, it failed; but it successfully said that homosexualism was a part of the social fabric of sex tabooed India, the land that gave us the Kama Sutra and the Tantras... whether we like it or not.
Apart from the lesbian lover element and 'hot scenes', it is a straightforward love triangle story.
If you are the conservative type and are overburdened by too much sexual taboo, this movie is not for you. For the others... it is a good watch. Then wonder why the din, the protests. Then have a good laugh... twice the entertainment on a single billing.
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