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Two boys travel a thousand miles to deliver three letters as a part of their film school assignment. However, little do they know that the journey they have embarked upon will give a new meaning to their life.
Samir is in love with Sonia but has unfortunately lied to her that he was already married.When she wants to meet her wife,Samir approaches his dutiful nurse Naina to play 'wife'a drama that turns out into a comedy of errors.
In early twentieth-century British India, the Pindari leader Prithvi Singh narrates his story to a reporter from the London Times - a story of betrayal and deceit at the hands of the ... See full summary »
Hello... is a tale about the events that happen one night at a call center. Told through the views of the protagonist, Shyam, it is a story of almost lost love, thwarted ambitions, absence of family affection, pressures of a patriarchal set up, and the work environment of a globalized office. Shyam is losing his girl friend because his career is going nowhere as he trudges his way around in a call center. His girl friend, Priyanka, is also an agent like him at the call center who is about to be snatched by an NRI technogeek. There is also the aspiring model, Esha, who is hoping for the break that seems to be always already eluding her and the man about town, Vroom, who is into well, things. The housewife, Radhika, who is constantly at the receiving end of her mother-in-law and a beleaguered grandfather, Military Uncle, who has been barred from interacting with his grandchild make up the rest of the call agents who see their worlds crumbling around them as the decisions of right sizing...Written by
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In 2006, Ramesh Sippy was making Chetan Bhagat's novel "A Night At A Call Centre" into a film. He had signed Abhishek Bachchan and Upen Patel for the lead roles. Rohan Sippy was to direct the film. It was later shelved and remade as "Hello" with Atul Agnihothri. See more »
Man this Atul Agnihotri could never be a great actor and now he tried directing films, to give competition to Deepak Tijori another same type
In This film he takes his brother in laws Salman and Sohail Khan with Arbaaz Khan, Amrita Arora too and then he takes the talented Sharman Joshi and Gul Panag
Makes a joke of the book by Chetan Bhagat ONE NIGHT AT A CALL CENTRE
Well what else we expect with such a cast and such a director?
The first song and scene involving Salman are enough to give u a headache and the way the call center is shown, it's even worse
Performances are OK Sharman is the only actor who acts well, even if the script is bad Sohail is irritating as ever, god please, he should leave Bollywood Arbaaz too is similar Salman should stop trying to look cool and young, looks like a drunkard Amrita Arora is better, Gul Panag is good while Katrina Kaif continues to act fake
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