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4.3 out of 5 stars 44 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Actors: Shahrukh Khan, Uday Chopra, Amitabh Bachchan
  • Format: Color, Import, NTSC
  • Language: Hindi
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
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  • Studio: Dancing Dolphin
  • DVD Release Date: November 20, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000Z7G7VY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #115,786 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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I was honestly very impressed with the story. The film is 3.5 hours long which might have put off some of the viewers.

At the heart of this story is the battle of fear versus love and centers around 4 young men (3 students and one former student) whose lives intertwined and were affected at India's most prestigious mens college, Gurukul. For 25 years, headmaster Narayan Shankar, ran his college with strict protocol based in Gurukul's unshakeable pillars of tradition, honor, and discipline. Should any student tarnish Gurukul's impeccable reputation by breaking any of its rules, he would be immediately expelled from the school, in turn affording him no opportunity to enter any other university or receive employment.

Along comes Mr. Raj Aryan, the one known student in Gurukul to have been expelled because of his love for the headmaster's daughter. The manner of his dismissal was so abrupt that the headmaster expelled Raj without even having met him, an action which prompted the distraught daughter to take her own life. Raj is back to teach the headmaster a lesson and is determined to change the ways of Gurukul forever. Thus the battle of fear versus love begins. Taking cues from their teacher, our three young students are inspired to take risks in love and life.

The songs and dance were colorful and beautiful, and the movie is well editted when brining Aishwarya Rai's spirit character into the storyline. Love it. Must be seen.
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I'm relatively new to Bollywood flicks. This one was, maybe, the fifth one I saw. I wanted to see it because it had Aishwarya Rai (yes, I'm a big fan of hers) and because I find Mr. Sharukh Khan watchable: He's got something, some "it" factor, even if he's not the best actor you'll come across. The surprise for me was the older gentleman. I found he had great charisma, Mr. Amitab Bachan--tall, distinguished looking, that terrifically deep voice. It was interesting to see the younger, more physical Mr. Khan in his confrontations with the elegant Mr. Bachan.

Basically, this is a story of four loves--three current, one past. The teacher of a renowned school has very strict rules. He's an unyielding man, strict and humorless. To his school come three young men who become pals and one man to join the faculty as a music teacher. Through the interaction of the Older School Head and the music teacher, we learn of the old love story and see how confrontation and mercy can bring about a salutatory change in even the hardest of hearts. Through the interaction of the music teacher and the three students, we see how a teacher can influence his pupils. Through the love stories, we see how difficulties cannot stamp out true love. Eventually, even a past tragedy is redeemed in the present, and wounded hearts heal.

The film is worth buying just for the Holi festival musical/dance number. It's just fabulous--the white clothing, the tinted powders that are strewn and begin to color every participant. The joyfulness and emotion. A terrific Bollywood number.

My favorite of the "young" love stories was the one with the widow, very moving. My least favorite was the one with the "hip athletic" couple. Kinda annoying.
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Mohabbatein, or 'Love stories' as translated, is a movie which interweaves 5 (or 6 depending on how you look at it) stories of life and love.

At one point you have Sharukh Khan and his love for his deceased lover Aishwarya Rai. At the other point there is the love of the father Amitabh Bachchan for his deceased daughter Aishwarya Rai. Sharukh Khan and Amitabh Bachchan, however, are opposites in the world of life and love. One being more carefree, the other more strict.

Next to this there are the three totally different love stories of the three young students under Sharukh Khan's tutelage (which is kind of reminding of The Dead Poets Society) who are challenged, by Sharukh Khan, to persue their loves. In order to reach them they have to overcome certain typical problems in life: being a best friend, being interested in a widow held by her vows, and being interested in the snidey/overconfident type.

There is also the love story of two persons in the movie who serve as comic relief.

This movie will appeal to anyone who loves a good story concerning life and love, highly touching and inspiring. Especially the scenes with Holika Dahan (or the Holi festival however you wish to name it) are very wonderful. The entire movie is supported by one of the best musical scores in the entire Bollywood genre.
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I was a little disappointed in this film. After seeing DDLJ and Rab ne Bana di Jodi, I was expecting quite a lot from this film and it just wasn't as good as the others. I think the main problem for me was that there were just too many stories being told that I couldn't really connect with any of them. I think if they had focused more on the Raj-Megha story and less on all the other stories it may have had more of an impact. That being said, it's still a watchable film and the confrontation between Shahrukh and Mr. Bachchan is definitely worth seeing (though I like the one in Kabhi Kushi Kabhi Gham better). I would give it at least three and a half stars because the song Humko Humise Churalo is so good, but the rest of the songs were not really that special to me. Oh, and the special effects leaves thing that they used for a lot of the scene transitions was really distracting and fake looking.

Overall, it's okay but out of Aditya Chopra's films, this is his weakest IMO.
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