Kishen is a newspaper baron married to Kaajal, a housewife who suspects her husband of having numerous non-existent affairs. Pooja is the believing wife of ever-philandering globe-trotting ... See full summary »
Muskaan (Kajol) is an orphan girl living on a farm run by her overly-protective older brother, Vishal (Arbaaz Khan) and their 'Chachu' (Dharmendra). Muskaan's childhood friend, Ujaala (... See full summary »
Samir is in love with Sonia but has unfortunately lied to her that he was already married.When she wants to meet her wife,Samir approaches his dutiful nurse Naina to play 'wife'a drama that turns out into a comedy of errors.
Sunny rents a room in a City called Goa in India. His room-mate is Sameer, who likes to fool around with woman, then dump them. He eventually falls in love, then gets dumped. Sorrowful and repentant, Sameer also has had many misadventures, especially when he ended up slapping an elderly man. Now Sameer has fallen for his next door neighbor, Rani. Now Sameer has two problems to overcome in order to wed Rani. The first he has to eliminate his competitor, none other than Sunny himself, who is also in love with Rani, and will do anything to marry her; and the second is Rani's father, ironically the very man who Sameer had slapped earlier. Will Sunny end up getting married to Rani, leaving Sameer to repent for the rest of his life?Written by
Sumitra (corrected by Calista)
Mujhse Shaadi Karogi is an exceptional movie with a lot of witty humour. Though very crude at certain times, it has been really funny and a pleasure to watch!
Salman Khan is back on track. He has shown his flair for comedy and he shows off a nice toned body. He performed well, and is very funny, with each expression. However I have seen many roles like this from him - I wish he had done something slightly different. Priyanka Chopra also gives an acceptable performance. She does tend to overact at certain times, and at many serious points she doesn't show more than just her good looks. Her performance brightened near the ending slightly, and did not remain as dull or filmy as it had started off with. However, the biggest applause goes to the inevitable Akshay Kumar. He was the star of this movie, the humour, the comic timing, the facial expressions, and the unavoidable attitude!
Music is fabulous. Each one is great, and they all are different, I especially liked "Aaja Soniye", and "Lal Dupatta".
Not bad from the David Dhawan camp.
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