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A loong bollywood movie that could have been managed with a better storyline to go where it wanted to. Some characters and behaviors are so unreal that looks annoying even in "the genre".
Basically the choices made at the end are reasonable but all the mess and the double-face characters you meet during the travel.... forget about it. I wouldn't buy their reasons and excuses even if there weren't alternatives.
Personally I didn't like it a lot and suggest to go for better acted, with shorter songs and a better plot movie
Seriously a typical storyline, but with a great cast, which is a waste! Pity Akshay Kumar's character though.
i didn't want the ending to be the ending
Family first -even if it means marrying the husband of your dead sister. The plot was a bit shallow and nearly disgusting but it was full of drama and emotions like a Bollywood movie should be.
I would have chosen differently.
this is one of my all time favorites...that music is beautiful...the only thing is that I hated the ending, but other than that just a perfect movie.
love this movie...
kareena lookx awesome
love da songs...
An interesting movie with a good story plot that follows unrequited love. Anjali and Raja are deeply in love, and both have the approval of Anjali's sister, Aarti. Aarti loses her life in childbirth and leaves behind her twin daughters. Anjali and Aarti's parents think its best that Anjali marries Aditja, and help raise the twin babies. Leaving behind Raja, she does so and it is years later that she sees him again. It is a decision that she has to make: to stay with her family, or to seek her own happiness. Great cast- Kareena Kapoor, Akshay Kumar, Anil Kapoor, and Sushmita Sen. Good music. Worth seeing.
Like okay kinda movie, like very Indian movie....