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  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #492,245 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lyn on April 25, 2009
This is about a girl (Preity Zinta) with guts who is loved by her long-term male friend (Chandrachur Singh)- though she doesn't feel the same. She instead falls in love with a commitment-phobic cad (Saif Ali Khan)who has never been in love (if you see the mother you'll see the probable reason for that!) She becomes pregnant and he refuses to marry her. This is a time and society where being a single Mum is taboo and Indian women usually face the choice of suicide or abortion (if they aren't murdered by their shamed families). Custom is family should cast her out or be treated as pariahs themselves. This movie looks at unconventional choices made within that context and points to more loving, enlightened choices.
This isn't a bad little Bollywood pot-boiler. The music was unmemorable but the performances good and emotions are aroused. They examine the social issue well too. It is a movie with heart. Perhaps this is one of Prity's earlier forays into social issues and she seems to like drawing women's issues to the forefront (It would be later than this that she again got pregnant out of wedlock to Saif in Salaam Namaste)
The DVD subtitles and synchronising between speech and visual slipped on occasion. At one point there was a lot spoken before a subtitle appeared to explain it. However it settled itself down. Later the lack of synchronisation hit a few times.
If the story sounds a bit too serious, be assured it is treated with the usual popular Bollywood melodrama touch for accessibility to its target audience. Most of the protagonists end up doing the right thing or becoming better people. If you find that unreal - that's Bollywood. If you like the way Bollywood does fables and modern-day morality plays well that's the style.
Elsewhere on the Net it gets average to a little above average. The actors made it watchable and the resolution of the story was a satisfying one so I think in the end this will be one I'll hang onto.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Katholish on April 7, 2011
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Bollywood went through a significant change in style around the year 2000 when this film came out, especially in the sytle of music. This film is sort of evidence of that change, having elements of both the old and new styles. In my opinion, the music wasn't the most memorable, though I do love what they did with the title theme interwoven throughout the story. The true virtue of this film is gripping story (and the young Preity of course). This film is certainly a pro-life film (perhaps the best that has been done to date in any country), but also gives an interesting look at the community dynamic when such an important question of morality arises (i.e. how to treat a young girl who gets pregnant out of wedlock.)
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I love this movie. Old memories. I was one of the extras in the movie when I worked part time as a collage student in India. Great experience and hence, I'm biased LOL
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By boovaang on May 20, 2013
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I love this movie!! the DVD works awesome! English sub is available too. I enjoy the songs in this movie. in the beginning you have previews that you can't forward or skip. haha
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By Hannah Packard on December 14, 2012
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My major issue with this movie is that Saif Ali Khan is not a nice guy in this movie, which made me sad. He's a great actor, and the movie, was okay. My major problem is that the summary was misleading; you never want Saif and the girl to get together since he is such a creep!
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