Ok, Aamir burns up the screen in every scene he's in, Urmilla is beautiful and Jackie sympathetic. The style of the film is more modern than much of Bollywood from the mid 90s and it starts well at introducing Urmila's starlet, Jackie as the film star who discovers her and Aamir as the childhood friend and street gang member who is afraid to tell her he loves her. There are two songs, both with Aamir, where the choreographer really stretches his leads. However, except for "Kya Kare Kya Na" the music was, for me, forgettable (was it really Rahman?), I found the rest of the choreography ugly and I quickly tired of watching Urmila gyrating yet again. You know you're having trouble as a Bollywood fan when you go "Oh no, not another dance number!"
Maybe my expectations of an Aamir Khan film were just too high. While he is as outstanding as ever, the script gave his character no opportunity to grow and I felt let down that I could see no believable future for this hotheaded blackmarket ticket tout and his film star love. So the second half bored me and the ending left me unsatisfied.
Worth watching once for Aamir but not one I wanted to keep.