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  • Actors: Madhuri Dixit, Akshay Kumar, Amrish Puri
  • Directors: Lawrence D'Souza
  • Producers: Video Sound
  • Format: NTSC
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Video Sound
  • DVD Release Date: March 19, 1999
  • Run Time: 175 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B000MCH0A4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #498,445 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The wealthy Amar (Saif Ali Khan) is looked after by Daya Shankar (Amrish Puri), after the death of the former's father (Mohan Joshi). His foster uncle Kailashnath (Paresh Raiwal) sets his evil eyes on Amar's immense property that he has inherited from his late father. Amar meanwhile is in love with the beautiful Pooja (Madhuri Dixit) who happens to be his childhood companion. However Pooja loves Vijay (Akshay Kumar). She spurs Amar's advances and reveals to him her adoration for Vijay. The good hearted Amar now wants to bring the two lovers together and enrolls Vijay in his flying enterprise. Vijay is sent on an errand, following which his plane crashes. Pooja is distraught as she is carrying Vijay's child. Omar once again comes to her rescue and marries her. All hell breaks loose as Vijay resurfaces and unleashes his wrath on Amar's family. Taking advantage of this chaotic situation, a sinister scheme is being hatched by forces that are set to destroy the peace of the lovers. In a dramatic finale, the diabolic plot is unearthed and the perpetrators of evil brought to book. The sensational twist of events end in the nerve-shattering climax of Aarzoo. The film has exotic locales and mesmerizing music.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lyn on January 23, 2009
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I originally passed this over but a Sri Lankan friend recommended it.
I wasnt sure about it at the start. OK romantic triangle. Madhuri Dixit, Saif Ali Khan and Akshay Kumar were all quite watchable. There was a gratuitous fight scene early on that had no obvious reason for being there other than to display some macho action. I hadn't seen Akshay in a movie this early and he looked very attractive (albeit with a classic Beatles haircut!) He didn't seem that sensuous and able to display chemistry in the love scenes whereas Saif was better at that.
But somewhere the plot became interesting and I settled into it. There are certainly some unbelievable bits of action even for a Bollywood. However you aren't really sure which guy she'll get, who attempted to kill Akshay's character and whether Saif's may or may not be involved.
I'm not sure whether I would have chosen to resolve it as they did but Saif did manage to well in tear for me at one point so you can't knock that.
The music (with one exception) wasn't that memorable, nor the dance. If you are a Madhuri fan she did her traditional style of dance well as she had done in other movies. Dance isn't the strong suit of either Akshay or Saif but they were OK with what they were given. I don't recall it as having much emphasis on song and dance as a movie overall.
If this seems a fragmented review its because it was hard to sum it up and my view of it shifted as it went.
A bit of 'Net research tells me this had diverse responses as a movie. Some thought it silly and some thought it really good as an action movie or alternatively as a romance.
Overall I'm glad I bought it and will hold onto it. There was enough romance to sustain it for me and enough 'whodunit' in the plot development. 3 1/2 probable is more an accurate rating for me.
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