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Didn't Think of It (2005)

Socha Na Tha (original title)
Not Rated | | Romance, Comedy | 4 March 2005 (India)
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A boy is forced meet a girl for an arranged marriage but even though he refuses the match, they secretly become friends. As things get complicated and both get engaged to different people they realize they've fallen in love with each other.

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Imtiaz Ali

Writer:

Imtiaz Ali
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Credited cast:
Abhay Deol ... Viren Oberoi
Ayesha Takia ... Aditi
Ayesha Jhulka ... Viren's bhabhi
Apoorva Jha Apoorva Jha ... Karen Fernandes
Rati Agnihotri ... Aditi's aunt
Sandhya Mridul Sandhya Mridul ... Aditi's Sister
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sohrab Ardeshir Sohrab Ardeshir ... Karen's Father
Manish Chaudhary ... Viren's Brother
Lushin Dubey ... Karen's Mother
Kamlesh Gill ... Aisha takia's granny
Anamika Goel Anamika Goel
Vijay Maurya ... Shiva
Suresh Oberoi ... Mr. Oberoi (Viren's dad)
Salim Shah Salim Shah ... Aditi's Uncle
Mahru Sheikh Mahru Sheikh ... Mrs. Fernandes
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Mr. Oberoi is a wealthy industrialist, and lives a comfortable lifestyle, with this two sons. The elder son is married, and Mr Oberoi wants his second son, Viren, to marry too. He has already selected a bride for him in Aditi Malhotra. Though Viren has always lived in his father and brother's shadows, he is quite romantic at heart, and hopes to fall in love first and then marry the girl of his choice. The presence of Aditi prevents this, and he makes all attempts not to marry her. He succeeds, the wedding arrangements are all called off. Then he meets the girl of his dreams, Karen Fernandes, and proposes marriage to her. The only setback he sees that she is a Catholic, and he, a Hindu. However, that is soon overcome. Everything seems to go on smoothly between both the families, when Viren falls out of love with Karen, and wants to cancel the wedding. When questioned about his change in mind, he responds that he is in love with Aditi. But Aditi will not have anything to do with him ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Romance | Comedy

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The film was originally titled " Kabhi Socha Na Tha". See more »

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Watch it for the maverick's first outing!!!
2 November 2009 | by AvinashPatalaySee all my reviews

"Socha Na Tha", it came, it saw and it went away. Like me many of you would have missed it. Post-Jab We Met however rewrites the rules and I was persuaded to retrace my steps and take notice to Imtiaz Ali. Believe me - true to its title "Socha Na Tha" Imtiaz is a fine story teller indeed. Probably it was the timing of the release or perhaps it lacked the star-value owing to which it didn't get the recognition it deserved.

Abhay Deol:: A launch pad and its very much like for a first-timer. Quite confident and who anticipated that this guy would carve a genre for himself. In retrospection the failure of "Socha Na Tha" (read that as "non performance") saved the Indian Cinema of type-casting Abhay as yet another hero in the number game. So its "good riddance...." for him which made him a character actor.

I particularly liked his character which does a proper "Create a problem, solve it and then claim 'Yes I have done it!!!'".

Ayesha Takia:: For her stint in Bollywood perhaps the closest she would be proud of next to "Dor". Quite promising and a matured performance delivering at ease the director backed role.

Apoorva Jha:: Leaves a lasting impression actually - pity she wasn't seen much around after this movie. Managed to pull-off Karen quite realistically.

Ayesha Jhulka:: Wouldn't be wrong to state this Bhabhi as lovable as Renuka Shahane from HAHK. A natural transformation for Ayesha too.

The rest of supporting cast which includes Suresh Oberoi, Rati Agnihotri, Raj Zutshi, Sandhya Mridul were adequate. Nearly forgot - Vijay Maurya as well.

Not many noticed but "Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Naa" heavily borrowed the concept of "So when do you know it's love?" from "Socha Na Tha". On the same note it does bears resemblance to the "Saif-Sonali" track from "Dil Chahta Hain".

Epilogue:: Go for it - to watch the genius trotting his initial steps!


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Official Sites:

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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

4 March 2005 (India) See more »

Also Known As:

Didn't Think of It See more »

Filming Locations:

Goa, India See more »

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Dharmendra, Vijayta Films See more »
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Dolby Digital

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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