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Heyy Babyy


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Product Details

  • Format: Color, Import, NTSC
  • Language: Hindi
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: Hindi
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Eros Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: November 27, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000VD5I9Y
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #438,610 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Three handsome bachelors ˆ Arush Mehra, Tanmay and Ali Haider -- live in Sydney and are incorrigible womanizers. They are confirmed playboys. Their life changes when a little baby is abandoned at their doorstep with a note that the baby has been fathered by one of them. Never having raised a child, they find it a task and, obviously, begin to hate the child for disturbing their sleep, peace and lives. Just when their hatred turns into love for the little one, Esha, a young woman claims the baby and takes her away from the house. It is then that Arush realises that he is the child's father. He had met Esha at a wedding and had given her the impression of being in love with her. However, Esha had realised, Arush was not serious and, unknown to Arush, she had delivered the baby months later.

Customer Reviews

A very sweet movie with great music!
M.Rai
One day they find an abandoned baby on their doorstep, along with a note declaring that one of the men - it's not stated which - is the girl's father.
Roland E. Zwick
Not sure why this was, but as the movie progressed it seemed to get better (not much, but enough to continue watching).
Michele J. Longenbach

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By H. Bala TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 24, 2008
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I guess I just can't go a week without a Bollywood fix. This time out, it's HEYY BABYY, which is India cinema's 2007 adaptation of Three Men and a Cradle. If you've already seen THREE MEN AND A CRADLE (or its American remake Three Men and a Baby), then this one doesn't really have much to offer, unless you're a fan of any of the three male leads. And the baby is cute, so there's that. But, then again, this film is 2 hours and 24 minutes long. There's that, too.

Three funloving Indians living abroad, in Australia. There's Tanmay, who dons a Teddy Bear costume in his theme park job. There's Ali, who is lazy and likes to gamble. Arush is manager of Sydney's most happening nightclub. All three are hardliving, irresponsible womanizers. They happen to share a comfy bachelor pad. And life is an ongoing party. Then a baby girl enters their lives, abandoned on their doorstop and with a brief note: "Take care of your daughter." Party's over.

Although HEYY BABYY co-stars Fardeen Khan and Ritesh Deshmukh, the big star here is Akshay Kumar, who was on some kind of a roll in 2007. Along with HEYY BABYY, Akshay made Namastey London DVD (wonderful!), BHOOL BHULAYAA, and WELCOME, all of which were box office hits. Of the four, though, HEYY BABYY may be the film I like least. Bollywood just can't stay away from the extremes.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Lyn on December 9, 2008
Format: DVD
Before I bought this I couldnt work out from the other reviews what the balance of the movie was like. Was it one of the silly Bollywoods where the guys are just jerks or was it more the 'redeemed men' theme such as in the enjoyable 'Bachna Ae Hasseno'?
Well the guys arent quite as inept as I expected and they didnt dwell on their initial silliness or annoyance with the baby's intrusion in their lives too much at the beginning. Yes it was a bit of the silliness but it was tamed down a bit compared to other Bollywoods I've seen. The relationship between the lads is fairly convincing and warm.
For me Akshay Kumar can go either way. I enjoyed him in 'Namastay London' and 'Singh is Kingg' but really didn't like him in 'Garam Masala' for one. He is Ok in this and the other two men balanced a roughness he seemes to have at times.
The overwhelming bulk of the movie is their affection for the kid and how they felt changed and had bonded closely with it.
Then the movie took off in a romance direction of whether one of them could retrieve his relationship with the mother of the child and finally form a family.
Then there was the cameo by Shahrukh Khan. He looked like he'd wandered onto the set to visit a friend and someone threw him a suitable coat and said 'hey what about joining in a moment'. Naturally his presence added to the dance scene he'd wandered into.
The song he danced to is one of the main reasons I decided to buy the movie as I hadnt been sure of whether it was for me. The song 'Mast Kalander' is a very catchy song and I had high hopes for the music. Actually this was the best song in the movie for me. One or two other songs had a little something but a few of the others needed a bit of zip in them (including the opening theme song).
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By C. Singh on August 31, 2007
Format: DVD
I really enjoy watching this movie. This movie is all about being a father and loving your children. This movie was very funny but also has some very serious matters in it. This Movie taught those three men to stop fooling around and stop hurting women. They learn to respect women and learn about being a father. Its a movie for all those dead beat dads that dont care about their children and treat women badly. I also enjoy watching akshay the best. He's hot.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Maddie on May 10, 2013
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Akshay kumar is so funny not only in this film, but in so many others. Boman Irani brings out his comical side as well as his soft side. This is a heart welding movie based on family values, love, respect and keeping a family together. There are some scenes where everyone quarrels with one another, but at the end Vidyas character knows what's right and follows her heart and keeps her promises to bring back her family!!! It's auwsume!! A must see film.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jacob Cherian on August 8, 2013
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Heyy Babyy is very good remake and story of the 1987 American film three men and a baby starring Tom selleck, Ted danson and Steve guttenberg. Here it is Akshay kumar, Fardeen khan and Ritesh desmukh as the men taking care of the baby. The music video at the beginning of the film is a lively and addictively good song to listen to and watch and it is an Arabian Nights camel-man Indian style music. The film is set in Australia where three bachelors have to change their lifestyles to become caring and compassionate surrogate fathers to an abandoned baby.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By mention not on August 20, 2014
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A hilarious and sometimes very moving Hindi version of a western film, which I didn't like. The three guys are well known actors whose comedic capers trying to take care of the baby had me bursting out laughing throughout the film. The ending includes Vidya Balin, a young Indian actress whose variety of well-acted roles makes you look for more of her. It's a film the whole family would enjoy.
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