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Discussion in 'Dulha Mil Gaya' started by Bridget, Jan 7, 2010.

  1. Bridget

    Bridget Well-Known Member

    Dulha Mil Gaya: Movie Review
    07 Jan, 2010 10:30 pm ISTlGaurav Malani/I
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    Fardeen Khan, Sushmita Sen in a still from the movie 'Dulha Mil Gaya'. Check more pics

    Director: Mudassar Aziz
    Cast: Fardeen Khan, Ishita Sharma, Sushmita Sen
    Rating:


    Dulha Mil Gaya literally breaks new grounds with taking a Bollywood plot to Trinidad and Tobago. But beyond that this marriage miscarriage movie moves east of West Indies to introduce India for the zillionth time as nothing more than a small village in pastureland Punjab.

    So you are supposed to believe that Tej Dhanraj (Fardeen Khan) is a billionaire-bachelor-playboy and to retain all these adjectival attributes he has to agree to his late father’s will. Ruefully, Randhir Kapoor is resurrected as the late father but is reduced to a retro portrait that does nothing other than subtly suggesting that the story dates back to his 1975 film Ponga Pandit . As per the will, Tej has to marry his father’s friend’s daughter to inherit the assets.

    That brings the NRI protagonist to Punjab through the regular route traversed by almost every romance flick from Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge to Dil Bole Hadippa and several Namastey London in between. Tej registers a court marriage with gaon-ki-gori Samarpreet Kapoor (Ishita Sharma) for formality sake and runs away, never to return back. The gori takes it on herself to trace her husband in Trinidad only to realize she was conned.

    Enter supermodel Shimmer (Sushmita Sen) who gives a facelift to Samarpreet revamping her to Samara so much so that Tej doesn’t recognize her real identity. Evidently its Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi revisited with a gender reversal where the girl substitutes shaving-off-the-moustache gimmick with dropping-her-spectacles for an image makeover. Sadly that doesn’t give any new perspective to the narrative.

    If that wasn’t indicative enough, Shahrukh Khan makes an appearance towards the end of a karwa chauth song and how one wishes at least he could have forestalled the foreseeable resemblance between his two consecutive releases. Candyfloss continues with a tinge of forced patriotism as the heroine counterattacks the illusion of Indian woman not being career-oriented saying, “ India ki ladkiyan sau karod ghar chalati hai ”.

    New director Mudassar Aziz comes from the old school of filmmaking who puts no lateral thinking in his conventional-to-the-core writing and direction. And though he doesn’t resort to toilet humour, Mudassar (literally) employs latrine thinking in scripting a couple of scenes where cupid strikes when the couple is heading towards lavatory. The characterizations are as much clichéd as their conflicts.

    The village belle gives way for some standard broken English jokes but the dialogues are far from being funny, forget witty. And when everything else fails to incite emotions, the background score struggles hard to achieve that. Choreographer Howard Rosemeyer almost replicates the ‘ Bole Chudiyan ’ dance steps in the karwa chauth song number. Leena Chanda’s tackily designed set doesn’t pass off as a cruise liner. Lalit Pandit’s music is plain average.

    Sushmita Sen carries a fake accent, occasionally does an Archana Puran Singh, has inconsistent comic timing but looks absolutely gorgeous. Ishita Sharma shows potential which remains untapped in a hackneyed film like this. Fardeen Khan is passable. Shah Rukh Khan doesn’t rise above the regular in his extended cameo. Mohit Chadda doesn’t get much scope. Tara Sharma shouldn’t act without using a dubbing artist. Or better Tara Sharma shouldn’t act. Johnny Lever is wasted in an inconsequential serious role. Howard Rosemeyer’s acting is more animated than his choreography.

    “Say yes to a relationship’ reads the tagline of the film. But if you don’t relate to a predictable plotline like this, rather say no to the film.

    A word about the

    Story: Mudassar Aziz and (producer) Vivek Vaswani’s story is conventional-to-the-core and almost revisits Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi with a gender reversal.

    Dialogues: The village belle gives way for some standard broken English jokes but the dialogues are far from being funny, forget witty.

    Choreography: Choreographer Howard Rosemeyer almost replicates the ‘ Bole Chudiyan ’ dance steps in the karwa chauth song number. His acting is more animated than his choreography.

    Art Direction: Leena Chanda’s tackily designed set doesn’t pass off as a cruise liner.

    Cinematography: Sunil Patel’s camerawork isn’t bad but doesn’t capture the virgin beauty of Trinidad and Tobago beyond the beaches.

    Music: Lalit Pandit’s music is plain average and the songs don’t stay with you beyond the film. Guest composer Pritam does one song.

    Performances: Sushmita Sen has inconsistent comic timing but looks absolutely gorgeous. Ishita Sharma shows potential which remains untapped in a hackneyed film like this. Fardeen Khan is passable. Shah Rukh Khan doesn’t rise above the regular in his extended cameo. Mohit Chadda doesn’t get much scope. Tara Sharma shouldn’t act without using a dubbing artist. Or better Tara Sharma shouldn’t act. Johnny Lever is wasted in an inconsequential serious role. Howard Rosemeyer’s acting is more animated than his choreography.

    http://movies.indiatimes.com/Review...e-Review/articleshow/msid-5420762,curpg-2.cms
     
  2. rollercoast

    rollercoast Zindagi

    Oh well.... its about what we were lead to expect!
     
  3. semsem008

    semsem008 Well-Known Member

    what is this review?
    he doesnt say anything good about the film
    hasnt it really anything good about it? how come for a film to be completely bad?

    "Shah Rukh Khan doesn’t rise above the regular in his extended cameo"

    is this all what he can say? weird
    still i am going to watch it and i am wating for the other good review i am sure it will come
    as always...mixed reviews
     
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  5. MaryAnnK

    MaryAnnK Well-Known Member

    Ouch!! I think I will be happy that this is not a SRK movie, as we have been claiming all along. Even though the press wants it to be! Not sure if I will see it at the theater or wait until the DVD release.
     
  6. sonataca

    sonataca SRK's Mommy

    I won't see it at the theater but on DVD for sure.
     
  7. Bridget

    Bridget Well-Known Member

    Dulha Mil Gaya Review
    Friday, January 8, 2010, 10:53 [IST]
    By: Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama


    The recipe is simple and uncomplicated...
    Take My Fair Lady.
    Add Dulhan Wahi Jo Piya Man Bhaaye.
    Spray Naseeb Apna Apna.
    Sprinkle Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge and Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi.
    Hey presto, Dulha Mil Gaya is ready to serve.

    In fact, My Fair Lady has been a hot favourite of Bollywood. Recall Man Pasand [Dev Anand, Tina Munim] or Hum Tere Aashiq Hain [Jeetendra, Hema Malini]. Similarly, a number of storytellers have rehashed Rajshri's all-time hit Dulhan Wahi Jo Piya Man Bhaaye [Prem Krishen, Rameshwari] in various avtaars, over the years.


    Dulha Mil Gaya is a mix of the above-named films. Like they say in filmi lingo, it's old wine in new bottle. So what? How different can a love story be, since this genre has been done to death in Bollywood? Point noted, but the narrative ought to be engaging if it has to strike a chord and that's where Dulha Mil Gaya falters.

    Merely assembling A-listers and filming the movie at panoramic locations isn't enough. The film ought to have meat and that's missing here.

    Let me elaborate. Debutante director Mudassar Aziz, who has also penned the script, borrows from the past, going for the tried-and-tested stuff, but the narrative, already low on fuel, comes to a grinding halt by the time it reaches its finale.

    Donsai [Fardeen Khan], a young commitment-phobic debonair, is petrified with terms like marriage and long-term relationships. Samarpreet [Ishitta Sharma] is a quintessential Punjabi girl, for whom relationships are to be cherished.

    Shimmer [Sushmita Sen] is a diva from the world of glamour for whom love and relationships aren't important in life as independence and success are. Pawan Raj Gandhi/PRG [Shah Rukh Khan] is a suave multi-millionaire whose heart still remains larger than his bank balance and for whom winning love is the only victory there is.

    When paths cross for these four characters, they not only land up influencing each other with their outlook on relationships, but also get influenced themselves and learn a whole new meaning of the term.

    Something that got ignited with D.D.L.J. continues to shimmer to this date. Our stories continue to travel from firangi land to the fields of Punjab. Dulha Mil Gaya too does that [initially], before My Fair Lady and Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi take over.

    To give the credit where it's due, Dulha Mil Gaya has some interesting moments, but the problem is they are few and far between. One expects things to perk up when SRK's character is introduced [in the post-interval portions], but your hopes go crashing as nothing worthy of note occurs.


    The writing has gaping flaws, which are difficult to absorb after a point. The girl travels all the way from Punjab to Trinidad and Tobago, but not once do her concerned parents call to enquire how she is. Strangely, even the girl doesn't feel the need to inform them. If that's not enough, Sushmita takes upon herself to tame Fardeen, giving you the impression that she thinks from her heart. But when it comes to her relationship with Shah Rukh, she behaves in a rather odd manner. SRK, on the other hand, seems completely besotted by her, even though she never reciprocates his feelings. Hence, her somersault in the end - just because Ishita has given her some bhashan - doesn't look convincing.

    Mudassar Aziz's direction is a shade better than his writing. And that's not saying much. Given the fact that newer stories are being attempted in these fast-changing times and in view of the fact that he had some of the best talents on board, Mudassar should've seized the opportunity and told a refreshingly different and absorbing tale. But he doesn't. Sure, a few sequences are clever and smart, but that's not enough. The music is of a mixed variety. 'Akela Dil' is groovy, while the title track is strictly okay. Cinematography is appealing.

    Sushmita excels in a role that demands her to be hoity-toity. She enacts her part effortlessly. One wishes to see her more often on the big screen! Fardeen does a good job, especially towards the end when he's about to confess something vital to Ishita. Ishita delivers a sincere performance. It's a pity that a superstar like Shahrukh is terribly wasted in an inconsequential role. It may not go down well with his fans.

    Mohit Chadha has screen presence, but gets no scope. Johny Lever is wasted. Ditto for Tara Sharma. Suchitra Pillai and Howard Rosemeyer are passable. Parikshit Sahni, Bina Kak and Viveck Vaswani are as usual. On the whole, Dulha Mil Gaya doesn't work!

    http://entertainment.oneindia.in/bollywood/reviews/2010/dulha-mil-gaya-review-080110.html
     
  8. Bridget

    Bridget Well-Known Member

    Review: ‘Dulha Mil Gaya’ is another run of the mill flick!

    Mumbai: Cool foreign locales, ravishing Sushmita Sen, SRK in a cameo, you name it and ‘Dulha Mil Gaya’ has everything to make it a big blockbuster! Yet, a typical Bollywood potboiler blessed with a pedestrian and predictable script digs the grave of the film.

    Directed by Mudassar Aziz, ‘Dulha Mil Gaya’ stars Fardeen Khan, Sushmita Sen and Ishita Sharma in lead roles along with Shah Rukh Khan in a guest appearance. The film that is extensively shot in the breathtaking locales of Trinidad and Tobago has nothing new to offer in terms of storyline and narration.

    ‘Dulha Mil Gaya’ is the story of Tej Dhanraj (Fardeen Khan), a bachelor-billionaire-playboy whose father’s (Randhir Kapoor) will asks him to marry his friend’s daughter in order to inherit the fortune. Out of luck and cash, our NRI hero comes to Punjab – a la ‘Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge’ and gets married to a village belle Samarpreet Kapoor (Ishita Sharma) only to ditch her later. However, the gaon-ki-gori traces her wild husband in Trinidad only to realize that she was cheated.

    Here enters Shimmer (Sushmita Sen), a supermodel who transforms Samarpreet from a demure village girl to a diva Samara so much so that Tej hardly recognizes her real self – ‘Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi’ with a twist!

    For all diehard fans of Shah Rukh Khan, the actor appears towards the end of a ‘karwa chauth’ number while the film has already bombarded its viewers with a heady dose of candyfloss stuff.

    In all, ‘Dulha Mil Gaya’ could have been made much better only if director Mudassar Aziz didn’t come from the old school of clichéd filmmaking! The dialogues are stale, Sushmita Sen fakes her accent, Ishita Sharma sparks in bits and pieces while Fardeen Khan is forgettable. Johnny Lever is wasted and Howard Rosemeyer is completely over the top.

    In the end, with an expected storyline and mediocre performances, watch ‘Dulha Mil Gaya’ at your own risk!

    Ratings: Two cheers for this one!

    http://spicezee.zeenews.com/articles/story50730.htm
     
  9. Bridget

    Bridget Well-Known Member

    Dulha Mil Gaya Movie Review


    January 8, 2010 11:16:26 AM IST
    By Martin D'Souza, Bollywood Trade News Network


    Lotus, Jasmine, Jigar, Bozo, Bonsai and Shimmer. These are no names of racehorses. These are names of characters in the film DULHA MIL GAYA. With names like these, you can imagine what the film slotted as romance/comedy will be like. It is sad that we end last year with a bang with 3 IDIOTS and then have to begin with something as idiotic as this. I mean, it is not even a movie. The only time it feels like one is when Shah Rukh Khan makes his guest appearance.

    Rest of the time you have to grin and bear it. Imagine at the start of the film you are treated to a dialogue like this. Sushmita Sen (Shimmer) asks Jigar, a DJ who is also a friend, if he wants a lift home. Jigar says, "No fine, I'm thanks." The rest of the dialogues pretty much fit in this mould.

    In all her roles so far, Sushmita Sen is Sushmita Sen. You don't see any character on screen. You just see the diva that she is. Mercifully, here she plays a top model. It's her attitude that always comes across, never her acting.

    The story goes thus. Shimmer is a much sought after model in the West Indies. She has Lotus her chef and Jasmine her 'girl Friday' always at hand. Not to forget Bozo her pup who is involved in every decision making. Fardeen (Bonsai) is a rich Casanova who will never marry. Shimmer is his best friend. He flies down to Punjab because there is a clause in his father's will which says he should marry Samarpreet (Ishita Sharma) and if he fails to do so or divorces within 10 years the entire property worth billions of dollars will go to some fishing company. So Bonsai flies down to Punjab and marries Samarpreet. Next day he is back in Trinidad, alone. A few months later, Samarpreet is on her way to Trinidad to track her missing husband. She gets thrown out of Bonsai's palatial mansion when there is a party going on, is knocked down by a speeding car, wakes up at Shimmer's home and turns into Samara to woo Bonsai back. Meanwhile SRK is waiting for Shimmer to say yes to him. This is the romance in the story. As for the comedy, it began with the first dialogue!

    Ishita made her mark two years ago with LOINS OF PUNJAB and followed it up with DIL DOSTI ETC. This time she gets a bigger canvas to show her talent.
    If only the makers had consulted Bozo before making this movie!

    Rating - 1/5


    http://www.glamsham.com/movies/reviews/08-dulha-mil-gaya-movie-review-011001.asp
     
  10. Bridget

    Bridget Well-Known Member

    Dulha Mil Gaya... and then what went wrong?
    January 08, 2010 13:06 IST
    Rediff

    Mudassar Aziz's maiden venture Dulha Mil Gaya has finally been completed. It's always important to give first-time directors a little leeway for errors. Direction may not be rocket science but debut projects often has some raw edges.

    Mudassar was lucky enough to cast Sushmita Sen [ Images ] and Shah Rukh Khan [ Images ] together. These two nearly set the screen on fire with their sizzling chemistry in Main Hoon Na [ Images ].

    DMG also stars Fardeen Khan [ Images ] and veterans like Johnny Lever and Parikshit Sahni. With such a talented cast the least one expected was a fun, watchable film. Unfortunately, DMG reminded me of a film which keeps taxiing down the runway but never really takes off.

    The film opens in Trinidad with a spoilt brat son, who hopes to inherit millions from his deceased father's estate. But Tej Dhanraj, also known as Donsai (Fardeen Khan), is in for a rude shock. He has just a few days time to marry Samarpreet Kapoor (Ishitta Sharrma), a girl from rural Punjab [ Images ].

    This is a theme which was hugely popular in romance novels and movies in the 1960s and 1970s. The director could have kept us engrossed by taking the story to a new level. But Mudassar Aziz sticks to the tried-and-tested. Samarpreet remains the 'sati savitri' type, who will go to any lengths to woo her husband.

    But this Herculean task cannot be managed single-handedly. So Samarpreet receives help from Shimmer (Sushmita Sen) and Pawan Raj Gandhi (SRK [ Images ]). Shimmer is ashamed of Donsai's behaviour. She hopes to reform him but fails to realise that she is equally commitment phobic. Mudassar in text-book fashion introduces his characters in the first 30 minutes and then for the next two hours, the film keeps plodding its way towards a dreary, predictable end.

    All the characters in the film are flat and one-dimensional. Fardeen Khan, the playboy, has fared well in comic situations with his earlier hits such as Heyy Babyy and No Entry [ Images ]. But his performance here can't be compared to those. He has gained a lot of weight and appears bloated in most scenes. The weight gain hasn't just affected his appearance; his gait too is more suitable to that of a middle-aged man rather than a dashing playboy.

    Newcomer Ishitta Sharma appears convincing as the soft-spoken rural Punjabi girl. Unfortunately, she lacks the oomph factor which is so necessary for her character in the second half of the film. Despite this obvious flaw, she remains one of the most convincing characters.

    Sushmita Sen seems to be earning more and more flak for herself these days. This is probably her worst performance till date, maybe with the exception of Zindaggi Rocks [ Images ]. The verve and the zest, which has always been such an intrinsic part of her personality, seem to have disappeared. The same eyes, which oozed sensuality, now emanate a sense of fatigue and boredom.

    Watching Johnny Lever on screen has always been a treat for his fans. But he appears in a blink-and-miss role here. It seems such a waste for an actor of his calibre. But obviously, the director thought differently.

    Shah Rukh Khan is a man who has always obliged his friends. Producer Vivek Vaswani had helped SRK find his feet when the latter was a struggler. But SRK is completely wasted in the film even though he tries hard to liven up the screen with his presence.

    SRK plays a millionaire whose only desire is to see Sushmita smile. There is one sequence where he jumps off a cruise liner to rescue a toy dog. In one word: absurd.


    Even to the untrained eye, it's obvious that the film took many years to be completed. There are scenes where Sushmita Sen and Fardeen look slim. And in the very next sequence, their physical appearance changes drastically. An experienced cinematographer can easily avoid these pitfalls; this is not the first film which took over three years to be completed. But the lighting and cinematography is easily the tackiest one has seen in recent times.

    The West Indies [ Images ] and Trinidad are scenic and breathtaking. These locations haven't been used too often in our films. But no film has ever managed to sustain itself on the basis of its locations.

    Watch the film if you can't think of any other way to spend your weekend. Or else just avoid.

    http://movies.rediff.com/review/2010/jan/08/review-dilha-mil-gaya.htm
     
  11. Bridget

    Bridget Well-Known Member

    Review: Dulha Mil Gaya has its moments
    Daily News & Analysis

    Aniruddha GuhaFriday, January 8, 2010 13:04 IST Email

    Film: Dulha Mil Gaya
    Director: Mudassar Aziz
    Cast: Fardeen Khan, Sushmita Sen, Ishita Sharma and Shah Rukh Khan
    Rating: ** ½

    Dulha Mil Gaya is not a bad film at all. I have to admit that I entered the screening of the film with some trepidation.

    I’m not a big fan of the lead actors – Fardeen Khan and Sushmita Sen – and the promos didn’t look exciting either. Just before the film started, a fellow journalist was quick to whisper in my ear that his hopes weren’t too high either.

    The opening sequence seemed to confirm my fears. The butler of a superstar, Shimmer (Sen) fumbles and fights with her personal assistant in a typical manner that homosexuals seem to be attached with in our films. He makes some lewd gestures, acts overtly pansy (the ‘hai daiyya’ types) and mouths dialogues in a high-pitched tone, all of which are aimed at making you laugh. It just puts you off in stead.

    A few scenes later, the hero of our film – Tej aka Donsai (!!), a playboy (Fardeen) – breaks into a song to celebrate the fact that he broke up with his latest girlfriend. You’re yawning by now.

    The next scene has Tej’s lawyer, ‘Mr Vakil’, telling him that his father left behind a will according to which sonny had to get married to the girl daddy chose for him in apna Punjab, or else all his money would be taken away from him. Tej’s in a quandary and Vakil suggests he gets married to the girl and then leave her behind in Punjab, while continuing to live the life he wants in the West Indies.

    It’s when the hero lands in Punjab that the film livens up a bit. The kudi his dad chose for him is the simple, sweet Samarpreet Kapoor (Sharma) who doesn’t understand what washroom means (she calls it latrine).

    Sharma is a real find. Cute and charming, she fits in the ‘sweet girl’ character like a hand-in-glove. Her telling Tej, coyly, how she recently got herself a Yahoo account and making a mock-scary face when she’s crying are among the better moments in the film.

    Samarpreet believes Tej when he says that he’ll come back to fetch her in a month’s time. But three months pass, and Tej never calls, or even writes to, Samarpreet. Fed up of waiting, she decides to travel to the Caribbean to meet her husband and find out what’s wrong.

    But when she lands up, she finds him rollicking at a party and in the arms of other women. Heartbroken, she’s given shelter by Shimmer, who then transforms her into a diva, Samara – one that Shimmer’s sure Tej would fall for.

    Just as Shimmer plays cupid to Tej and Samarpreet, she also has to ward off the charm of baron Pavan ‘Raj’ Gandhi (SRK as ‘PRG’) who is pursuing her and who she loves too, but can’t think of settling down with. Her career and independence are important to her, and so PRG has to woo Shimmer, even as the two of them help Samarpreet woo Tej.

    The film has a predictable, even clichéd, storyline but writer-director Mudassar Aziz makes a half-decent watch out of it. Of course, the film could have done without a lot of things – the unwanted comedy, some really cheesy dialogues (“a woman looks beautiful not when she’s decked up, but when she’s in love”) and too many characters (a DJ, his girlfriend, Shimmer’s entourage, even Johnny Lever in a serious role as Tej’s man Friday, Hussain chacha!)

    Aziz has tailored the script to ensure that he factors in the typical ‘family’ crowd our Hindi films have been famous for targeting in the past, including a karva chauth sequence and mustard fields, in his script. The film may be a bit traditional in that sense and stick out like a sore thumb in this era of urbane concepts and edgy narrations. But as a debut effort, he does a not-so-bad job, and who knows, with a better script, could make an entertaining film.


    Also commendable is his handling of Shah Rukh’s character. It must have been a real boon to have the superstar in his first film, even if it’s in a short role, and Aziz makes most of it. The last time you saw the actor was almost a year back in Billu, and even though My Name Is Khan will be the real deal, you enjoy the SRK moments in Dulha Mil Gaya. The scene where he jumps into the sea to salvage Shimmer’s ‘fake’ dog would have fallen flat, if not for the way Khan pulls it off.


    Sushmita, as Shimmer, is funny, only because the character seems to be tailor-made for her – a beauty without brains. No doubting Sen’s intelligence in real life, but she plays the hoity-toity diva with ease.

    Fardeen is better in Dulha Mil Gaya than in most of his earlier films, but that doesn’t mean he’s anywhere close to being an ‘actor’ yet. In one scene, he stands in front of a mirror and only emotes with the two-and-a-half expressions he possesses.

    That scene could well be used in acting schools on how NOT to emote. He’s passable though. Ishita Sharma surprises with a confident debut and although she loses a bit of her charm after the makeover, she may have a future in films if she makes the right choices from here on.

    Should you watch Dulha Mil Gaya this weekend? With Sherlock Holmes and Paranormal Activity for competition, it may be a tough call but if you’re in a generous mood you might just enjoy it.


    http://www.dnaindia.com/entertainment/review_review-dulha-mil-gaya-has-its-moments_1332289
     
  12. luxia

    luxia I'm demented...

    Can't say I'm surprised by the reviews, that's exactly what I expected. One can only regret that SRK got involved in that doomed project. :tsk:
     
  13. shublee

    shublee ~ShahRukhaholic

    the only truth :lol: even though i havent seen it
    & this flop was expected but IT IS NOT SRK's movie!
    however, im so p'd off that this film will still be included in SRK's filmography
    thank God i decided not to see it in cinemas at the last minute
     
  14. King4Ever

    King4Ever I ❤ @iamsrk - My Hero!

    I've said it all along & will continue saying it... STUPID VV!!!!!!

    :tsk::tsk:
     
  15. semsem008

    semsem008 Well-Known Member

    ok... now i am convinced.. its totally bad
    but really i got surprised.. i didn't thought it was going to be so bad
    but if i had the chance to see it in theater... i would have done that
    it is srk even if he is completely wasted in such role and only for the quwali number :D
     
  16. SRKfanforever

    SRKfanforever Well-Known Member

    Well that was expected so no shock......After this SRK should be careful in deciding on cameo appearences and even if he agrees to be a part then he should make sure that the director make his part meaningful which can make sense to everyone no matter even if the movie is crape......
     
  17. sheruka

    sheruka SRK forever

    I am so happy, finally it's released:D:D:rofl:
     
  18. Rajshri

    Rajshri Well-Known Member

    Ah damn yaar! :doh: I'm happy they're not treating it like a Shah Rukh movie though :thumb:
     
  19. gauri_fairy

    gauri_fairy mahzabin

    oh well here come the reviews of which i was afraid of:sad: shah rukh's friends should stop taking advatage of him:yell: the poor guy can't say no to his friends & this is what he gets in return:yell: first that injury that was heart crashing for all of us & now this review:yell: i'm just so so so mad at all this people:frusty:
    hopefully this won't effect much:pray: lets try & forget this tragedy & look forward to MNIK :pray:
    oh btw can anyone tell me if they did freeze the frame??? :suspicious::confused2: i didnt watch the film yet! all heart broken with the review, but will watch, may b from the "Karva Chaut" song :eyebrows:
     
  20. shublee

    shublee ~ShahRukhaholic

    which is meant to be the 3rd song of SRK, havent found that out yet?
     

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