After his wealthy family prohibits him from marrying the woman he is in love with, Devdas Mukherjee's life spirals further and further out of control as he takes up alcohol and a life of vice to numb the pain.
Sanjay Leela Bhansali
Shah Rukh Khan,
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
Take a joyride with Neal (Uday Chopra) and Nikki (Tanisha) as they travel all across Canada to find what they want most. Neal just wants what all guys want - to have a deep, meaningful relationship, full of conversation and shopping - NOT. For him it is pretty simple - Canada is full of hot women, and he has that little "lost boy" charm that they love so much. So if they want to take him home, and cuddle him - well why should HE complain? After all he has just 21 days before he has to waves farewell to his bachelor life. LIVE IT UP. It's a little more complex with Nikki - First there is Trish, then there are all these jobs she keeps quitting and then there's the fact that - Well, she's hot, she is sexy, so why not have some fun? She's going to do whatever she wants to do - so everyone out of her way. In a journey that takes them all over British Columbia in Canada, they both begin to realize that maybe what they were looking for was sitting right next to them, all this time. But hey -...Written by
I agree that this movie is about sex without any seduction or love. In fact, it makes sex seem so boring and makes me wonder why bother. I actually don't think at all this remotely speaks of how Canadian Indian second generations feel about sex. At any rate, did you know the first hotel/drunk idea was copied from a Korean movie, Yopgijogin gunyo, made in 2001 or thereabouts? That Korean film was actually brilliant as comedy but at the same time compels the audience to reflect on the complexity of man-woman relationships and man-woman difference in experience and thinking. I mean most of the Neal N Nikki hotel/drunk segment was emulated take by take. Can't Bollywood movie makers try to make originals only, please? Seriously, I never enjoyed a Hindi flick that is a copycat. The ones I enjoy have always spoken Indian feelings through Indian cultural means.
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