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Too often Karnik's direction is only adequate when it needs to be more shaped for such mercurial material.
There is much to enjoy in this romantic comedy, especially real life lovers Oberoi and Rai who bring a certain camp charm to the breezy proceedings.
Bollywood comes with a twist of Shakespearian comedy in this rambling, laboriously sub-plotted but amiable family romcom.
A vibrant and occasionally charming time-waster.
Here's an interesting movie about two young individuals who first become friends, and then through love, cannot live without each other. Diya's father and Arjun's father are old friends, and the two decide that it is the best course to have their children married. They decide to send Diya to Arjun's family to finish her university studies, and it is there that she realizes her love for Arjun. Arjun is a young, carefree guy who lives life to the fullest and soon his friendship with Diya grows on him. They are inseparable until Arjun does something foolish, and it sends Diya home. It is there that Arjun discovers his love for Diya. Great cast- Aishwarya Rai, Vivek Oberoi, Amitabh Bachchan, and Om Puri. Worth seeing!
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