Warning: Spoilers (in case there is still someone out there who has not seen this film) I fell in love with Shah Rukh Khan watching this film. From the moment I first saw Surinder Sahni he drew me in. Every expression on his face and every movement he made caught my full attention. Shah Rukh Khan performed the role of Suri with immaculate skill. When Suri took on the disguise of Raj, Shah Rukh Khan conveyed the transitions from each character with great dexterity. He played Suri and Raj with such convincing ability that it felt as if two different actors were on the screen. If I tried to describe everything I like about this film, I'd be here all day. As briefly as I can - I liked: The music; the dancing; the costumes; the setting (especially the site of the golden temple); the storyline; the elements of religious devotion; the opening scene - making you feel like you were right there in India; the tender softness of Suri; Suri's moments of fumbling or dropping things when Taani was around; Suri wanting to be cool and wanting Taani notice him; the hilarious and outrageous efforts of Raj to be stylish and cool; Raj's facial expressions; the completely lovable-ness of Raj; the dance sequence Taani saw at the theater with several guest stars dancing with Shah Rukh Khan; the gol gappa contest; the scene where Raj talks to the mannequin of Suri; every transition scene between Suri and Raj; the dressing room scene when Raj asks Taani what a girl wants; the entire day that Raj spent with Taani - showing her how Suri loves her (especially the city lights); the scene where Raj asks Taani to run away with him; the sacrifice Suri was willing to make - setting Taani free because Taani did not appear happy to be married to Suri; the scene where Taani sees "God in Suri"; the scene where Taani tells Raj she cannot leave her husband; and the final dance number when Taani discovers that Suri is Raj.