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Kuchh Meetha Ho Jaye (2005)

Various relationships intertwine and collide at an airport.

Director:

Samar Khan

Writers:

Samar Khan (story), Rohit Malhotra (dialogue) | 2 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Arshad Warsi ... Manager S.R. Khan
Mahima Chaudhry ... Ghulab Khan
Parvin Dabas ... Siddharth
Sandhya Mridul ... Rachana Singh
Rohit Roy ... Pilot Vikram Sinha
Jaspal Bhatti ... Ram Saran Dubey
Sachin Khedekar ... Sunil Wadhwa
Kanwaljit Singh ... Col. Bhabus Shamsher Kapoor (as Kanwaljit)
Aditya Lakhia
Manisha Mehta Manisha Mehta ... Farha
Nassar Abdulla ... Gul Khan
Mrinal Kulkarni ... Chanchal
Iravati Harshe ... Vibha Wadhwa
Shravan Rathod Shravan Rathod ... Rahul (as Shravan)
Mahima Mehta Mahima Mehta ... Farha
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Storyline

A plane-load of passengers are stranded in distant Gangapur in rural India as their plane is unable to take off due to technical problems. The Airport Manager is S.R. Khan, intoxicated and belligerent at most times, gets to meet his former sweetheart, Gulab Khan, in the company of her husband; his wise-cracking Sikh Assistant, Ram Saran Dubey, whose mother is a Sardarni, while his dad is from Bihar; An estranged father, Sunil Wadhwa, and his wife try to pacify their daughter into accepting their imminent separation; while Italian Siddharth has only a few hours to make up his mind who he wants to marry, Anita Ahuja or Manju Narang, who both happen to be cousins, and both aggressively want to be his wife; The Pilot Captain Vikram Sinha is shattered when he gets the news that his affair with air-hostess, Raj, has resulted in a much avoidable pregnancy; and Internet lovers Farha and Rahul finally meet - only to come to face with reality as Farha's father does not approve of her affair ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Comedy | Romance

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Most of the cast were uncertain that Samar Khan, a journalist, would be able to make he film, but once they heard the script (and the special appearance by Shahrukh Khan that would occur in the film) they became more enthusiastic. See more »

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References Darr (1993) See more »

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Is long-drawn but has a nice theme
14 October 2005 | by AishFanSee all my reviews

The publicity for this movie was very misleading by showcasing it as a romantic comedy about Arshad Warsi and Mahima. These two just play two of the many characters in this film. The movie takes a look in an episodical fashion at several struggling couples who are stuck at an airport due to a long delay of their flight. These couples are either lost loves, broken hearts, on the verge of divorce, or divorcées. The idea is interesting, but it is not executed well. The movie becomes extremely long-drawn and boring. The audience begins to get as impatient as the characters in the movie waiting to board their flight. What I mainly got out of this film is that in today's busy world, we are all running around, struggling to stay on top of schedule, and end up ignoring, hurting, and miscommunicating with those who mean most to us. All it takes is a few "forced" hours of conversation with no distractions to clear up misunderstandings, lucidly see the other's point of view, and realize where one's position in life is. We need to shell out time for our loved ones and communicate with them to avoid broken relationships and/or unnecessary anger/hurt/fear. Mahima and "the crier" gave good performances. Arshad Warsi should stick to comedies and supporting roles as in Munnabhai and Salaam Namaste. Shahrukh's special appearance was really pointless.


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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

15 April 2005 (India) See more »

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Dolby Digital

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2.35 : 1
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