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Times of India
Raja (Hyder Khan) is an introvert. His world revolves around his mother (Zeenat Aman) who is a single parent. But after a chance meeting and a night of drunken revelry with Anamika (Sadha), he falls head-over-heels in love. But this is an impossible love story that cannot possibly end in marriage. Divided by stature and background, a happily-ever-after is an impossible feat in this case.
Raja Bundela tries his hand at romantic comedies in times when the concept of love is fast changing. Love stories are no longer about 'bushel and a peck'. Dancing around trees (or picturesque locales as in this case) with blaring music in the background can no longer pass on as watchable. Keeping the evolving face of cinema and the contemporary context in mind, right from the first glimpse this film looks unbearable. The setting is garish, acting is loud and the newbies are definitely stuck in a wrong profession.
Beginning off with a shoddy reworking of Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayengey's drunken night scene with the receptionist from Jab We Met's Hotel Descent, the film takes a predictable route. The hurdles in the love story are frankly unnecessary. It has been a while since a Bollywood film decided to make an unrequited love story because of disparities in the social stature of two lovers. There is nothing wrong in watching familiar fare but dated stories are problematic.
You have no option but to surrender to the drudgery of its never-ending runtime (you'll be pay more attention to your wrist watch than the movie). The screenplay doesn't have an ounce of elan. The characters are neither endearing nor palpbale. There is a lack of good chemistry which could have proved to be a game changer. For those who were expecting big from Aamir Khan's brother Hyder; he probably has an entire lifetime of hard work to go before he can match the superstar's talent.
Post-interval, the film does its best to remain logic-free. Veterans Raj Babar and Zeenat Aman do a damn good job of sleepwalking through their roles. A word of caution: Don't go in looking for a love story; this one is a misguided mess!
How people can watch this movie...!seriously in real people booked the tickets for the show....!
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