Suhaan receives divorce notice from his wife Piya as he as failed to pay the alimony.Agasthya enters their doorstep searching for Piya he was in love with her during college days but couldn't express it. Suhaan tries to get Agasthya and Piya closer that he doesn't have to pay her alimony and monitors their every move.He rents a apartment opposite her house and uses telescopes and binoculars to monitor her.Suhaan notices that Piya has a baby girl.Piya was pregnant when she left him as she didn't want her and baby to ruin his film career.Suhaan realizes his mistake but its to late as Piya and Agasthya are set to get engaged. —email@example.com
Great use of special effects and lovely stars, excellent songs
This film was beautifully-done. It's very unique and unexpected to see dazzling special effects used in a romantic film (when they are usually only seen in action/violent ones). - Salman, Preity and Akshay were gorgeous and wonderfully entertaining, as was another favorite of mine, Anupam Kher (he was perfect in "Bride and Prejudice") -- although the attempt to make Anupam look like a 'little person' in his main role here didn't ring true and seemed unnecessary to the plot, and was not really humorous. - I liked the incorporation of the classic Cyrano de Bergerac device, having Salman feeding lines to Akshay to woo Preity (even though he loved her himself), and also the 'camera obscura' spying technique borrowed from the US film "Addicted to Love." One minor criticism I have is the use of British actors in the bit parts (with a line or two) who are supposedly Americans in New York; why was this done? Even if these scenes were filmed in Mumbai, surely a few real Americans could have been found for authenticity's sake. But do see it, if you love Hindi films as much as I do!
- Apr 8, 2008
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