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  • Number of discs: 2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000JKO8KE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #256,454 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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This movie had a great cast, story and music.
TERE
Dev and Maya both settled for comfortable, passionless marriages--based on friendship but no shared interests--shortchanging their spouses who want more.
Jennifer Hopfinger
I Loved the twists and turns in the movie, even though they had an affair if you can get pass that then you can appreciate the movie even more.
O. LOPEZ

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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Pung on October 7, 2010
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The Compliment:

This movie is beautiful.
There area lots of great scenes of New York.
The story is compelling.
And, the classic Bollywood dance scenes are worked into the storyline cleanly in logical places.

The Complaint:

Be forewarned, I ordered this 2-disk special edition from Amazon (not the marketplace) and I was sent the single-disc, double-layer version. Unfortunately, I had torn off the plastic wrap before I realized there was only 1 disc inside, so returns seem to be out of the question. I understand that the covers of the single-disc and double-disc versions are almost the same. This was probably a picking error. So when you buy this, check it very carefully before opening it.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Deanna Leroux on April 23, 2011
Format: DVD
Movie opens on boy meets girl on the girl's wedding day to another man. The man she married was arranged n out of obligation to the man who raised her after parents died. It shows with empathy toward the characters how one can easily fall into an affair n destroy two marriages. Quite a few themes in American and Indian culture & marriage r explored. Great acting by all six main characters. I love this movie!!!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By minnie on March 12, 2011
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Definitely a must see - even for those who aren't fans of bollywood films! I've already seen this film twice, and when I showed it to my family (who would never ever sit down for a film like this) they were all at the edge of their seats with anticipation. And the music was AWESOME - definitely got the album from itunes afterwards. This is by far the BEST!
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Comment on a Bollywood movie must take for granted all the characteristics of this specific cinematographic cliché. For all fans, in this movie there is everything we long for: beautiful actors, magnificent dresses and settings, fantastic and catchy music, good sentiments and the old fashion ethics by which many still live and especially the time span (nearly three hours) that it takes to get to know your characters and your story.

The director Karan Johar has a great talent at directing teary but convincing stories (all titles with four words starting with a "K" like for example Kal Ho Na Ho) and for this movie he called together Indian greatest stars: Sharuk Khan as Dev, Rani Mukherjee as Maya, Abishek Bachchan as Rishi, Preiti Zinta as Rhea, Amitabh Bachchan as Sam and Kiron Kher as Dev's mom.

This is the story of Dev and Maya, two strangers that meet on a bench the day of Maya's non convinced marriage to Rishi, her childhood friend. Dev who is a successful football player, already partially critical of his marriage, convinces Maya to marry even if dubious and states that love won't come up after marriage if you don't look for it. The two separate looking back on each other. Unfortunately Dev has an accident and must renounce his football career, he becomes economically dependent from his ambitious and successful wife Rhea and develops a destructive anger against the whole world.
After four years in curious circumstances (an hypothetical hysteria on a criminal that kidnaps children the "Black Beast" - and I must say this part is almost ridiculous-) Dev and Maya meet again introducing their respective partners. Maya is a frustrated, frigid, wife devoted to cleaning the house, she seems like atrophied by the lack of love.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Anupam Satyasheel on January 18, 2007
Format: DVD
Regardless of its flaws and faults, KANK is a bold and realistic attempt to portray the dilemma of Indian NRI's who live American lives but marry as per Indian norms. Where the director falls short is not in the right idea but in the realistic characterization, and following a script that rarely portrays the pains of two loveless marriages. A serious topic needs a serious portrayal. Karan Johar's otherwise popular attempts at comical relief have gone awry in KANK because the treatment never gets serious enough to call for a break. Pains of relationships bound by social pressures and traditions, are not an Indian wedding (KHNH) or a teenage romance (KKHH). Mixing fun and humor with such a serious issue can distract the audience and KANK suffers on this account.

The flaws of script and lack of right directorial focus can, sometimes, be made up by individual acting brilliance. Unfortunately, the movie is not helped by the typical 'Sharukh Khan show'. Neither does a reasonably happy looking Preity Zinta make the audiences sympathize with her husband's perpetual lack of involvement. Abhishek and Rani share another loveless marriage but that does not come across as a serious issue apart from during a few outbursts. Amitabh is brilliant but his impact is to distract the audience if at all and KANK's last hope is lost with his demise before the critical climax. His brilliance if properly utilized might have helped a rescue act. Even music, an otherwise strong aspect of a Karan Johar movie, rarely attains the heights Shankar Ahsan Loy have scaled in the past.

Overall, KANK - a bold effort at saying goodbye to conventions - has less that succeeded because of factors that are obvious in hindsight. Sadly, even the genius that he is, Karan Johar, did not see it while directing KANK. Nonetheless, Indian cinema will be better off with KANK in its archives than without it - not so much for what the movie achieves but for what it fails to attain.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By O. LOPEZ on April 21, 2009
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I was recenty introduce to Indian and Hindi movies and I just fell inlove with actors Shahrukh and Rani I think they are so great together on screen. Also I appreciated Preity and her dancing skills and Kirron Kher who plays as her mother inlaw they both were wonderful. I Loved the twists and turns in the movie, even though they had an affair if you can get pass that then you can appreciate the movie even more. I also loved the music and the dancing it was just awesome even though I missed Shahrukh dancing in this movie; Nevertheless Shahrukh was brilliant in his romance thrills I would like to see more of this kind of romance acting from him. All the other actors were great also. Sexy Sam played by Amitabh Bauchman he is simply marvelous in this film. And his son Abhishek was also brilliant I loved the strong relationship they shared between father and son. All the actors gave 100% of themselves and you can see the greatness of their acting coming through. Even though I donot agree with the love affair I still think it was a great movie and very relavant for this day in age. I don't want to say any more you simply have to get the movie and watch for yourself its great.
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