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Siddharth Mathur (Sharman Joshi), a shy young scientist, travels to Mauritius for his elder brother Harsh's (Sanjay Suri) wedding. Accompanying him is his mother Gayatri (Shabana Azmi), a reluctant traveler since she is angry at Harsh for deciding to get married without consulting them. Also traveling is Siddharth's cheery father Navin (Boman Irani), whose sole entertainment is pulling Gayatri's leg. Harsh, per-occupied with work, can spend little time with his family and it is left to his fiancée Aaliyah (Chitrangada Singh) to show them around Mauritius before the wedding. However, Ma's anger at Harsh ensures that she takes an instant dislike for Aaliyah, and it is Aaliyah and Siddharth who end up spending loads of time together. This, added to the fact that Aaliyah feels neglected by the career-obsessed Harsh, leads to them being irresistibly drawn to each other. A horrified Siddharth battles this attraction desperately, but Aaliyah has fallen madly in love and pursues him with ...Written by
as was expected by ONIR and the 5 main actors of this movie, the movie is simply great. no one disappoints in the movie. the director has chosen each actor for the right character and has managed to get the best out of each. the story is well dealt as was the case in the movie 'My Brother Nikhil'. suttleness stays throughout. this story as the tag line says deals with a situation of a guy falling in love with his brother's wife. the story's major part is set in a flashback and is supposed to happen in Mauritius. humor remains in the movie at every stage. the audiences enjoy the son's(sharman joshi), dad's (boman irani) and the mom's (shabana azmi) relation. amazing dialogues and superb delivery makes sure one falls off the seat laughing. chitrangada singh looks really good throughout and will definitely carry on the tag the next 'smita patil'. sanjay suri also plays the role to the best potential.
overall a superb watch. i enjoyed it. hope you people also do.
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