CAST & CREW
A story of how love helps find lost love. A hodgepodge of mixed emotions, this film, promises nothing and is a box office failure.
Plot: Paresh Rawal has spent his life bringing up his two kids, Manoj Joshi, and Akshaye Khanna.Now when the duo has grown up, Akshaye takes up the responsibility of his father. They both manage the household works and their official works as much as they can. Om Puri and Paresh, who are always in search of a bride for Om forever land up in trouble and every time Akshaye has to come to their rescue and feel the embarrassment. Now Akshaye happens to meet his old friend Genelia. She lives with Shobhna, who is Paresh’s long lost love. Will these two youngsters succeed in helping them meet?
Analysis: The movie, on the whole, starts off well, and the sequences are interesting. But then the graph goes down. The story could have been more convincing than what it is. The writer could be blamed for this. The cinematography is excellent, and the dialogues are the best part. The Kerala locations are serene, but the editing is the weakest of all.
Star Performance: Both Akshaye and Paresh perform their roles with great dignity. They have done a pretty well job. Genelia matches up to Akshaye and leaves her own mark.
What is there? 1. Fantastic screenplay 2. Strong star cast. 3. Witty and funny lines are written. 4. Monotonous in a few parts.
What is not there? 1. Somewhat silly story presented in an even unconvincing way. 2. Music is weak and no song worth remembering.
Verdict: Enjoyable in a few parts and not in the others, this film does not have much to offer to you. It is a simple film with not many complications. It still does not appeal much to the public.
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