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Nikhil and Lalitha are two completely different individuals who are drawn to each other in spite of their differences -- or perhaps because of it. Follow their journey as they meet in London, Paris and New York for a night in each city.
Aditi Rao Hydari,
Settled in London, Aman hopes to marry Asha, an Indian woman also based in London. He visits her parents' house to seek their permission to marry her. However, his plans to impress the family start failing when they discover that he is a Pakistani.Written by
Director Mr. Eshwar Niwas work is just average. Idea is cute. Screenplay is OK but gags in the screenplay are good. Dialogues are impressive. Maximum humor comes out only due to very good dialogues. Credit goes to writer Neeraj Pandey. Length of this movie, which is 1.45 hours, is too short according to Hindi cinema. Even it drags at too many places. First half is good but second half is loose. There are lots of scenes which are abrupt, i.e Suddenly memory loss and again memory gain, both are pushed just to create humor. This track is boring and lengthy. They inform that grandfather hears loud but all talks to him in normal way. Even he is blind but he can target gun and play with knife! Track of Pakistani neighbour is also weak and pushed one. Performance wise Ali Zafer is very good. His voice modulation is amazing and it set the mood of scene very well. Yami Gautem is good. Kirran Kher is fine. Sara Khan as Jia Singh is OK. Anupam Kher is wasted. Music is OK. Total Siyapaa, tera pyar track is good.
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