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If you have still not seen a proper Bollywood movie before, this is an ideal introduction to the joys of commercial Bombay cinema. Go see: smile and weep!
[Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani] liberally echoes DDLJ and every other major romance to come out of Bollywood in the last two decades.
The story is not novel, but the treatment is A-grade.
If all this don't please you, nothing will.
Ayan Mukherjee's slick, sweet tale of friendship, fun and accepting one's mature responsibilities is never particularly profound in its observations, preferring energetic likeability and star-power over depth and realism.
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