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  • Actors: Shahrukh Khan, Katrina Kaif, Anushka Sharma
  • Directors: Yash Chopra
  • Format: NTSC
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: G (General Audience)
  • Studio: Yash Raj Films
  • DVD Release Date: January 3, 2013
  • Run Time: 176 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (87 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00ATSQJS0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,754 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Samar Anand (Shahrukh Khan), a major in the Indian Army, defuses a bomb showing no fear or regard for personal safety. After a while, Akira Rai (Anushka Sharma), a Discovery Channel filmmaker, dives into a river in Ladakh and is rescued by the major. Samar gives her his jacket but leaves before retrieving it. Akira finds his diary in the jacket pocket and starts reading. The diary recounts Samar's earlier years as a struggling immigrant in London. He worked as a musician and found other menial jobs to support him and his roommate. One day Samar is offered work as a part-time waiter where he meets Meera (Katrina Kaif) during her engagement party. In exchange for English lessons, Samar agrees to teach her how to sing. In the process, Samar and Meera fall in love. On the day Meera is supposed to tell her father about their relationship, Samar gets into a terrible accident. Meera prays to God to save his life and makes a vow to never meet him again. Soon Samar makes a speedy recovery and comes to know about the vow. In anger he tells her to go away and leaves London. Samar challenges God to keep him alive while he will risk his life everyday because he believes his death is the only way to make Meera lose her faith in the deity who stole his love. He goes to India and enlists in the Indian Army. As Akira finishes reading the diary, she requests her supervisor to make a documentary about a bomb disposal squad and is granted permission. She approaches Samar for help and soon gets acquainted with him and his team. She starts showing romantic feelings towards Samar but he refuses to reciprocate due to his past. Akira makes the film successfully and departs for London, earning praise for her work. To launch the film, she needs Samar to visit the city. After she extensively tries to persuade a reluctant Samar, he finally agrees to come to London, but is hit by a car upon arrival. Samar is diagnosed with retrograde amnesia, remembering only the events before his first accident a decade years ago. Akira tracks down Meera and persuades her to aid in Samar's recovery. Meera agrees and pretends to be Samar's wife. During this time, Akira realizes that Major Samar is only a fragment of the young Samar. He used to be a jubilant social man but is now a bitter lonely individual. One day Samar comes across a bomb planted in the London Underground and helps defuse it. This event triggers his memory and he realizes Meera was lying to him. Samar confronts Meera and gives her a choice, either be with him or he will keep on risking his life until he is dead. Samar departs for Kashmir where he continues defusing bombs. During a conversation with Akira, Meera realizes that her beliefs and prayers subjected Samar to a fate worse than death. Meera, realizing her mistake, travels to Kashmir where they reunite. Samar defuses his last bomb and proposes to her on the spot. This DVD Includes these as given Below :- Disc 1 : - The Flim Disc 2 : - Special Features : a)The Making of the Flim b) The Making of the Songs c) Deleted Songs d) Shahrukh Khan learns to play the guitar for Challa e) Shahrukh Khan Bikes through Ladakh f) Theatrical Trailer & Promos Disc 3 : - Special Feature : a)Yash Chopra in Conversation with Shahrukh Khan b)Jab Tak Hai Jaan Premiere at YRF Studios - Mumbai

Customer Reviews

Very good movie though, very romantic.
Marian E. Seiders
A great love story about one man's love for a woman he can't have because of a promise she made to god.
Diane Lee
If you haven't seen this movie, I highly recommend it.
Tiki

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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By bekagoose on January 3, 2013
Format: DVD
A beautiful last love story created by the great Yash Chopra. The story portrays the wonderfulness of being in love along with the difficulties that are caused by it. In the first half of the story, Samar (Shahrukh Khan), is shown as a happy-go-lucky kind of guy, who has a lot of energy, and says what he thinks. Then he meets Meera (the Yash Chopra heroine), a daddy's girl who is about to marry a man she doesn't truely love. Meera is a woman who is refined and has a lot of self-control and makes baragins with God in order to get what she wants, along with this she also has walls built around her (why?... you'll have to watch). We only see these walls come down and the true Meera emerge when she is with Samar. But she has made a promise to God to marry the man her father wants her too, and when an accident happens to Samar, she believes it is her fault for going against her promise to God. Therefore, she promises that if he lives she will never meet him again. Samar lives and she tells him that she will no longer see him and will marry her fiance. In that instant we see Samar change to a cold man as his love walks out the door, he then tells God that he will put himself in danger every day in order to prove to Meera her baragin won't suffice to keep him alive. It is truely painful to see Samar walk out of the church with a stone cold look on his face, knowing that his love broke his heart and he will spend his life without her.

In the second half, ten years later, we see Samar has become a bomb defuser for the Indian Army. This is where Akira enters. A spirited girl, and very modern in her thinking of how relationships should work. She is a tom-boy who loves to have fun and is very intrigued by Samar, who she is following for a documentary that could make her career.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Good Gora on January 17, 2013
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i am a Bollywood Fanatic. I love SRK and Anushka. This is a great movie that you have no idea where it is going until the last 60 seconds. I have already watched it more than once and will be twice more over this Holiday weekend.

It is a shame that Yash uncle died. It is the passing of an era.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 26, 2013
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I love SRK and generally speaking love Yash Chopra's romantic comedies. This one just didn't quite deliver which saddened me really because I really wanted to love it. First off, I had trouble believing anyone of any faith was that superstitious that they would let some "deal" made with god keep them from someone they loved so deeply. That's a small god that can be bargained with so easily, makes you wonder why anyone would serve such a god. So that's my first gripe. Second, I just never connected with Katrina Kaif. She's pretty enough but her character, or maybe her acting, was flat and left me disbelieving this "amazing" connection that sent a man off to try and die to prove her and her "god" wrong. Thirdly, hard to say this because I adore SRK, and he did a great job but Anushka Sharma stole the show! I was rooting for her! I wanted HER to get the man. Akira was so vibrant and effervescent while Meera was so colorless, flat, and silly with her superstitious deals with god, seemed an obvious choice to me! Who wants a colorless mouse when you can have a beautiful butterfly? I was also able to look at my husband and predict several plot twists but that isn't uncommon so I won't harp on that one too much. It's an okay movie, I still enjoyed SRK, always do, I'm a huge fan, and especially Anushka, it was nice to see them on screen together again. It just left me feeling almost as flat as Meera came across on screen.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By JTP on June 23, 2013
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Where is Shah Rukh Khan? I like to watch him when he is INVESTED in his character and when he seems to truly interact with the female lead. Here there was no chemistry, no fire. Katrina came off as a "cold fish," and Deepika almost stole the show from both of them. Her's was the character I wanted the camera to follow, not the other two. Sorry, King Khan - there was as little to like in this one as in the last two. Where are you? Come back to us!!!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Susan on January 16, 2013
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Movie deleted small but noticeable parts which were in the US movie. Why? Additional DVD of making of cut off suddenly at the end. No English subs for Yash Chopra interview. Movie is still good but loses a lot on the small screen. Would love to have English subs for the interview.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Al on January 20, 2013
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This movie has 1 good song "sans". Just another romantic story, that's all. One would expect more from a yash chopra film !
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Will on October 10, 2013
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They don't make movies like this anymore in the US. Complicated, but wonderful love story. The underlying psychology makes a lot of sense.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By G on August 8, 2013
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It's very difficult to find a movie that SRK can't save and Chopra can't direct. This movie, as much as I wanted to love it, did not deliver. I personally blame the plot, Katrina Kaif's acting is no where near the par of SRK. There was a definitely a female-actress presence in this movie-but it was Anushka Sharma not Kaif. Her and Shahrukh could have made this movie better- despite the flimsy plot. The plot did not jive. SRK is supposed to be, easy going free-spirited guy that breaks Kaif from her ritzy, rigid life reveals to her the person she really is. They fall in love and then things take turn and then 'Intermisssion'. Just did not see Kaif as having ritzy, rigid life, and did not see any contrast between her before she met SRK and after so I did not get the 'swooping in and saving girl from her life' effect. It was difficult to displace myself and believe what the movie was selling as it was all centered around Kaif making promises to God in exchange for something she wants- she can't break the promise or something really bad happens. If God worked on us making and breaking promises- this world would have ended a long time ago. It was a very silly point to hang a two hour movie on. Usually these movies have multiple sub-conflicts to add depth to the story and characters.

The second half of the movie was the best part with SRK/Anushka.

The music was- again- okay. I really think they just brought in Katrina for the dancing- which is her only dominating skill-set in the movie.
It's worth a peek- just to see it. Rent it from your local Indian Video store- good luck finding one ;)

Overall- the casting, plot line and yes even the directing didn't sync together well to create the magic Chopra usually makes- Charm, Love, Music, Laughs. But God Bless that man for all the romance he brought into this world. My kids will be watching all his classics.
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