Poonam, a traditionally brought-up young woman, is to marry Prem, a groom chosen by her uncle. Poonam and Prem's faith and love are to be tested however, when an accident occurs and Poonam might be scarred for life.
When RV (Saif Ali Khan) is spotted by Harry (Jaaved Jaafery) the Manager of a failing Racing car team Speeding Saddles, everything changes for RV and the team - They shoot to the top. - the dream is complete when he meets Radhika (Rani Mukerji) and the 2 tie the knot - the world is at their feet. But when he meets with an accident, his world is turned upside down, he not only loses the edge on the track but everything he had once gained, the accolades, the fans, the money, the house the friends and the glory. It is now that his young family must help him fight his demons and get him back in the driving seat. The family struggles to survive a life that they are not used to - from a big house in a plush locality to the a run down apartment in the Bronx is not what RV wanted for his family - RV is on the road back but can he reclaim the glory for his family?Written by
The crew had to lock up Times Square for the shoot of the song 'Hey Shona'. The brief was that the 2 actors were supposed to be alone in every location in New York for the love song. The crew got there at 2AM to prepare for the shot, and timed everything so that the location could be locked up & the first shot could be canned as soon as the light was right. See more »
They live in a house in Manhattan. There is no land in Manhattan for such a house in the country as they have. It would have to be in the middle of Central Park. See more »
There are few films I think deserve a dismal rating. Like any other end product, I realize a lot of effort goes into the making of a movie. But this flick lacks any real redemptive qualities. It wastes a talented cast, a big budget, good music directors and lyricist. I lay the blame solely at the feet of the inexperienced director, Siddharth Anand. I still can't believe Mr Anand's first movie, Salaam Namaste, was a success. But at least that one had some half decent tunes and an annoying, but entertaining Javed Jaffrey to pass the time. I decided to give Siddharth another chance, after all he was only in his twenties when he directed his first movie. Bad idea. This tale of rags to riches to rags to riches is inane, superficial and boring as hell.
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