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London Dreams is a sensible; and well-made film, something Bollywood has needed for a long time; a mass entertaining musical! London Dreams offers the full entertainment and lush music, but it lacks better direction and a working storyline, which fails to deliver! The story of Devgan's jealousy against his own childhood BEST friend, and that he tries to destroy him by putting him on drugs... too fictionus!
Recommended! (One Time Watch) Verdict = Above Average
Some of the worst acting ever from Ajay Devgan and Salman Khan. Asin didn't have to do anything and barely had any screen time at all. The movie belongs to its music. Without the songs, this would be nothing at all. Story is fairly weak, and the execution could have been better. Second half seemed a little rushed.
Good movie with good songs in general--a bit similar to Rock On, though. Salman has given a fantastic performanace. While he has been in the news for more wrong reasons than right, Salman has proven himself as an extremely talented actor.
It's a movie that revolves around the songs of the movie. Although the songs were novel, I was not that impressed with them. Unfortunately, because of the way this movie was structured, if the songs fail, the movie goes with it. I thought the acting was quite good by all of the actors, and the revolving plot was interesting enough to keep the movie alive, but in the end, poor songs = average movie.