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Jaidev and Kavita Bhasin live a middle-classed lifestyle in Southall, England, along with their son, Sunny. During the mid-80s Jaidev was a huge fan of the all-Asian Southall Football Club,... See full summary »
Two straight guys pretend to be gay in order to secure a Miami apartment. When both of them fall for their roommate Neha, hilarity ensues as they strive to convince one and all that they're gay whilst secretly trying to win her heart.
London-based Siddharth Arya gets a number of telephone calls from three suicidal males in one night. Subsequently, he is approached by Suhana Malik from 'Dost India' and requested to volunteer his time every night counseling East Indians from killing themselves. Siddharth, who stammers in presence of attractive women, but not on the phone, agrees to do so - much to the chagrin of his Air-Hostess girlfriend, Krutika. One of his callers is a distraught female, Mishka, who wants to kill herself as she has been jilted by her long-time boyfriend, Kabir. Siddharth not only talks her out of it but also convinces her to make new friends. Both meet at the bookstore that he manages with his friends but he refuses to divulge his identity. Both continue to meet and are drawn towards one another - but not for long - as soon Krutika will demand an explanation, as well as Kabir will attempt to re-enter Mishka's life.Written by
First of all, i am not a huge movie buff. I only watch Bollywood movies after reading a lot of reviews, and recommendations by friends because usually they are a waste of time. Coming back to the movie, it was fun 2 hours. The movie had its moments, funny, romantic and especially the Indo-Pak element was also appreciable. The story is of a guy Siddharth (John Abraham) who somehow volunteers for a student run organization 'Dost India' who reconcile the people trying to attempt suicide, over phone. One day he gets a call from a girl Mishka, who is about to commit suicide. He reconciles him over the phone throughout the night. After that they start talking more often and Sid wins her trust gradually. In some humorous turn of events, Sid gets to meet Sara and tries to befriend her. He convinces Mishka over the phone to befriend Sid. Mishka doesn't know that the guy over phone and Sid is the same. Friends of Sid, Omar, Aliya, Ankur etc were fun to watch. Overall a good entertainer.
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