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Joseph and Flavy are deaf and dumb couple living in Goan village.They give birth to Annie and happy she is able to hear and speak.Few years later they give birth to a son Sam,Annie's life ... See full summary »
Orphaned and homeless Ranbir Raj re-locates to a small town and orders a glass of milk in the RK Bar. He befriends a prostitute by the name of Gulabji, who invites him to spend the night with her, and when he refuses, she re-directs him to Lillian who rents out rooms. Ranbir meets with Lillian, who has been living alone for 37 years after her son, Vincent, left to join the army and did not return, charms her, and rents a room from her. He gets a job as a singer in a local restaurant. On the occasion of Eid, while returning home, he comes across a woman standing on the bridge. He finds her very attractive, befriends her, walks her home, finds out her name is Sakina, who is a carpet weaver and lives with her aunt and blind grandma. Just when Ranbir is about to confess his love, she tells him that she has already given her heart to Imaan, a former tenant of her grandmother's. Imaan had left, promising to return on Eid, but has not done so. She finds out that he may be staying at the ...Written by
The movie is based on Fyodor Dostoevsky'a short story White Nights. White night was also the base for Chhalia (1960). Co-incidental Ranbir Kapoor took the lead in Saawariya and in Chhalia, the lead role was that of Raj Kapoor who is Ranbir Kapoor's grandfather See more »
Ding-ding-ding! Laaaaadies and gentlemen, welcome to the fight of the century! In one corner is a beautiful young girl, and in the other, unhappiness!
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After Black,which was quite a milestone in Indian cinema,anything he would make would have been liked by the audience.Then came Saawariya.I can confidently say,nobody else would have been able to make a movie so visually alluring and spectacularly stunning.It's just a treat for an individual's eye.But,having high expectations from this director was not really a mammoth thing,and I feel sorry that he hasn't lived up to those pre-release drama.If Saawariya was made by any other director,it would have been well-received by the audience and critics alike.He's a dream director ,that's for sure,but the movie lacked a much needed script.Ranbir Kapoor and Sonam Kapoor could not have asked for a better film-maker to launch them.But still the meager runtime of two hours and eight minutes looks a bit too long. Regarding the performances,Rani,playing a prostitute for her second successive movie,portrays her character beautifully well.She again proves herself being the queen of Bollywood.Ranbir Kapoor has done a good job in his role as a happy-go-lucky dreamer.His jawline and face-cut looks strikingly similar to that of his mother Neetu Kapoor.Sonam Kapoor looks beautiful and has done a fine job too.Salman Khan didn't have much screen-time to show his potential,but he looks a tad too old. All in all,Saawariya,visually speaking,looks and feels like very much Sanjay Leela Bhansali,but critically speaking,it's not really Sanjay Leela Bhansali!
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