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Depressed after the passing of his father (Dharamraj) and a ditching by his gorgeous girlfriend, Mumbai-based businessman Aditya Kashyap takes a BEST bus, goes to the Chatrapati Shivaji Train Terminus, and boards a train. There he meets Geet Kaur Dhillon, who is returning home to Bhatinda, and who pays for his ticket. At Bar Nagar, he decides to leave, but she follows him, missing her train. They manage to get a ride to Ratlam, miss the train again, but eventually make it to Bhatinda. Once there, he gets to meet her family, her pretty sister Roop as well as her to-be betrothed, Manjeet Singh Mann. Before the engagement can be finalized, she manages to convince her fiancé that she wants to marry Aditya. Before Aditya can take stock of these new developments, she elopes with him - not to get married but to re-locate to Manali where her true love, Anshuman, awaits, and to whom she hopes to get married.Written by
Movies are as much a part of my life as Dal- chawal (rice and pulses) but I can't remember having been as insanely in love with any other bollywood/Hollywood/Tollywood movie as this one and if at all, this love affair has only intensified over the years. That doesn't mean, there haven't been better movies, or the actors in Jab We Met haven't given better performances elsewhere. It only means, somewhere in those 2.5 hours, Jab We Met metamorphoses into something far more substantial than just a movie. On the surface, its a simple story of a guy and a girl but if u dive deep enough, it is a heartwarming assortment of stories, about losing and finding love, about internal and external journeys, about forgetting and rediscovering oneself, about letting go with a smile and above all about finding hope in despair. I won't go into the details of the plot, screenplay, acting,direction or any such technical aspect. You will find plenty of people telling you about that. I can only tell you how i can speak every single dialog, having repeated them a million times in my head, or how I can hum those songs which cheer me every time I feel alone. One little thing though, I can't articulate is how Aditya and Geet stay in my heart permanently and keep telling me once in a while.... "Go listen to your heart, everything will be fine then."
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