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Am I the only one who wanted her to end up with AK?
Some of the best musical pieces to come out of Bollywood
IF YOU ARE A FAN OF A. R. RAHMAN'S MUSIC THEN MUST WATCH THIS MOVIE. AN UN FORGETTABLE, GREAT MUSICAL.
only for the songs and anil kapoor
Aishwarya Rai is beautiful! The songs and dance are Bollywood at it's best for me. I'm guessing the story took a bit of a back seat but it still held my interest to the end and the end was a great twist. Other commenters have made mention of the poor editing and I must say I agree with that.
Anil Kapoor, he was a real character in this film.. I liked his part and pretty much all of the characters.
Manasi (Aishwarya Rai), a girl from rural Chamba and the daughter of a folk singer (Alok Nath). She comes across two men in her life with contrasting beliefs. Manav Mehta (Akshaye Khanna) is the first and the scion of wealthy family, who visits Chamba for the first time. He falls in love with Manasi and promises to return and marry her. When he does not come back as promised, Manasi and her father go to Bombay only to insulted by the boy's family. At this juncture she meets Vikrant Kapoor (Anil Kapoor), the second man in her life who comes across as a pragmatic individual pursuing the practical. Vikrant owns an entertainment company and he grooms Manasi into an international singing star. He too falls in love with her and wants to marry her. Mansi agrees, but a climactic twist leaves the audience introspecting about life's subtle yet profound inner conflicts.
a good movie with brilliant songs.
Some of the best music I have heard in a Bollywood film, but the story is pretty weak.
Another Subash Ghai's masterpiece. with picturesque scenes of (Chamba)Himachal Pradesh.
I liked the music but this movie was not so good. The video editing was pretty terrible and the story was not compelling.
Typical indian piece...