CAST & CREW
This is the second movie for the actor turned director, Jugal Hansraj. Based on the Malayalam movie, Kilukkampetti, released in the year 1991, this movie is directed.
Alisha ( Priyanka Chopra), the prettiest girl in the Ankert University, California, accidentally falls into a river. She is then saved by Abhay ( Uday Chopra), who is in love with her. But, due to that incident, Alisha is taken back to her home by his father. Waiting for the next seven years with the thoughts of Alisha, Abhay designs revolutionary software and tries to sell it to an investor. Sidhu ( Dino Morea), the investor, steals the software and sells it to the Pinnacle Corporation. Abhay flies to Singapore to meet the PR of Pinnacle Corporation, where he finds Alisha to be the PR. Alisha, who is divorced, mistakes him as a nanny for her six-year-old daughter, Tanya, and appoints him. Abhay accepts the job to be close to Alisha and becomes Tanya’s favorite. Is Abhay getting back his software safe? Is he marrying Alisha? That is all about the story.
The screenplay isn’t much impressive. A lot of clichés are used which makes the audience bored. But, the relationship between the little girl Tanya and Abhay is portrayed well by the director. Salim Sulaiman has rocked with the music and has produced some quality background scores. The major drawback of the film is that the characterization was very poor. Few scenes are illogical and very obvious. It should have been done still better.
Uday Chopra has acted well in the movie. More than the lead roles, the little baby Advika Yadav (Tanya) has captured the eyes of audience. Her cute smile and looks have enchanted every viewer. Priyanka Chopra did a good job, but as in all movies, her costumes have been the major part to attract the male audience. She roams in shorts and sleeveless in many of the scenes.
1) A convincing screenplay.
2) Good background scores and music.
3) Cuteness of the little girl Tanya and hotness of Priyanka Chopra
What’s not there?
1) The movie is predictable.
2) It missed logic.
The movie could be watched once...
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