***Spoilers*** Went Thursday with my grandson (he's 8) theater was almost completely full..Trevor laughed, I laughed and the audience was cracking up...good time. Went again today by myself...easier to watch when I'm not helping read the subs out to Trevor. Loved it! What a cute fun movie! It is exactly what Shah Rukh said it was a light comedy with a love story running through it. And done very well. I am not a big fan of Rohitt's movies, have watched or at least tried to watch some but they are just too dumb to me. But I felt this was done very well. Just an easy breezy movie to enjoy on a hot day in Tampa, FL. No hidden meaning, no life lesson, (though I did like the speech SRK makes about girls should be free too) just fun! I loved the references to Shah's movies, even cracked up at the "My name is Rahul & I am not a Terrorist" line. And the "Bazigaar" & OSO! What a hoot! What I came away with is Shah Rukh Khan is India's son, father, brother and friend. Everyone got the references, of all the movies! He should have no doubt he is loved by his fellow Indians. From the fun times they had (showed on the previews prior) I had a feeling this was gonna be a blast and I was right. When actors have so much fun creating something it is almost always good. But SRK blew me away, he is just too, too talented an actor. To be able to portray someone as evil and conniving as "Don" and then to play this goofy, wimpy, loser, (and be adorable doing it) just shows how good he really is. Shah Rukh Khan never fails to amaze me. Some things I really loved, the beginning train scene take off of DDLJ, also when Meena tells him to shake his head a certain way and Rahul just gets in trouble both times! The scene with the 300 steps, this is when Meena realizes there is more to this relationship, oh and she is too funny when talking in her sleep(?) and kicks Rahul in the butt! I would never kick that man out of my bed! The little boy standing up to the baddie. "Never under estimate the Power of the Common Man" I could go on.... His speech at the end is wonderful and my grandson thought the fight scene with the fire behind him was way too cool. Things I didn't like no subs to the songs....real bummer! Ending fight scene a little too much, but am kind of used to it in Bollywood movies now.... For some reason this reminded me of the old black & white movies I used to watch with Tracy and Hepburn when I was a kid, always bickering but ending up together, and for some reason "It Happened One Night" with Clark Gable, both Spencer Tracy and Clark Gable were wonderful actors in both comedy and drama, maybe that's why....not sure. I am glad he made this movie, it just showed me another side of him that I hadn't seen for a long time. I hope he continues to make different films, funny, love stories, and serious. It shows what a wonderful talent he is. And I think it helps him to grow as an actor, getting out of the box and trying something different. You can never get bored being a Shah Rukh Khan fan! Who knows what will be next! Definitely recommend it!