Young woman struggling with her looks trying to find some happiness, success, and purpose for her life.

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Onjolee Nair ... Muskaan
... Dino
... Alysha
... Daksh Suri, Muskan's Father
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Pooja Arora
Sanjit Bedi
... Samara
Anahita Oberoi ... Muskan's mother
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Young woman struggling with her looks trying to find some happiness, success, and purpose for her life.

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Drama | Musical | Romance

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10 February 2006 (India)  »

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Mohit Suri's sister Smiley Suri was to debut in this film. She was going to use the screen name " Muskaan". After a month of shooting, Pooja Bhatt replaced her as she did not like her as a actress . See more »

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Version of El amor no es como lo pintan (2000) See more »

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Story with unused potential; few good scenes
23 June 2006 | by See all my reviews

Director Pooja Bhatt goes on the lighter side this time with Holiday after her heavy Paap. Holiday is the story of an ugly, clumsy, and unpopular girl frustrated by all her failures and just once wants to make her father proud. Her sister plays the role equivalent to the stereotypical American "blonde ditz," and might I add, she did a pretty poor job at it. The girl falls in love at sight with Dino, a salsa dance teacher. She gets herself involved in his personal problems with Kashmira Shah. This story had lots of potential such as developing the sister's relationship with her "boyfriend," but was sadly left alone. Nonetheless, there were a few good scenes. My favorite is the one where Dino tells the girl to not be crushed by others and lose her identity, or she will just become another face in the crowd, the theme of the movie. This scene takes the movie beyond your typical "ugly duckling" story and gives it much more depth. The protagonist was poorly casted. She gave a poor performance. Dino's immense efforts in learning salsa and his character clearly showed through the screen. Kashmira was also good. Songs were okay.


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