The cultural clash between traditional-orthodox-India and modern-urban-India. The collision of two cultures creates havoc in the beginning but finds a peaceful co-existence, at the end. An orthodox boy from the holy city of Banaras, is forced to stay with a chorus dancer in Bombay... The film does the journey of these two opposite personalities and how, after the initial phase of rejection, they find each others place in their respective lives.
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Vinay Pathak, is the name enough? Not really.
My title to this review says it all. I do like this guy but for the variety he has in his performances, for the brilliant timing he has in acting. Not for the repetitive styles he has done in this movie. Believe me, Neha Dhupia impresses a bit with her full of life character brimmed with joy, laughter and confidence.
Next time, I hope Vinay comes in with something new.
3 stars, no more. I wish i could settle on 2 and a half.