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A conspiracy to eliminate Prince Vijay, just days before his coronation, is hatched by his younger brother who eyes the throne, its riches, and its power. Prem, a lookalike of the prince, steps in at this point only to lose his heart to the prince's beloved, Maithili.Written by
Mikhail Hussain / edited by statmanjeff
Rajhshree Productions has made a reputation of giving nice family oriented movies. The expectations were high following "Maine Pyar Kiya," "Hum Aapke Hain Koun," "Vivaah," and "Hum Saath Saath Hain." But this time the expectations haven't been met, and the film just backfires and leaves you cheated. A weak adaptation of "The Prince and the Pauper", the story is too dramatic which feels silly at times and way the things are resolved just highlights the weakness in story telling. The film fails to create the time period of the plot. Besides, the performances are also mediocre. Salman's role is not different than that in "Bajrangi Bhaijan," with the similar diction and dialogues which becomes adequate. Actually, his characterization looks a bit tailor made and has glibness. Neil Nitin Mukesh and Sonam Kapoor are both mediocre in terms of roles and performances. Anupam Kher looks surprisingly good in his role. If there is anything to adore in the film, it's the beautiful sets and few good songs, which doesn't make the film a total let down.
Rating: 1 star out of 4
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