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Bollywood romantic comedy following the tangled love lives of a group of young friends. Gautam (Saif Ali Khan) is determined to move to London. However, his mother, Nita (Dimple Kapadia), wants him to marry an Indian girl. She duly arranges for Meera (Diana Plenty) to accompany him on a trip to the British capital, hoping the pair will fall in love. Instead, Gautam falls for Veronica (Deepika Padukone), unaware that she is due to be married to Jeremy (Randeep Hooda). To complicate matters further, Meera falls for Jeremy...
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A poor attempt to mimick "Love aaj Kal" but doesn;t do it...
Saif needs to retire and give up pairing up with "kids"
Good songs, cinematography....story very predictable...
p.S: Service from seller very good, print is amazing!
Usually I hate films where the actors are playing youngsters, but these 3 pulled it off brilliantly and the way it is supposed to be gone without looking out of place or stupid. Deepika Padukone really cemented her claim to being the queen of Bollywood, yes she is beautiful but she can act and act well. She plays the spoiled rich London "bitch" perfectly. Saif Ali Khan plays her male counterpart perfectly. Yet the person who probably had the hardest job was Diana Penty. In her debut role her is working alongside these high calibre actors, as well as veteran actors, and is told to play character who by all right should have been very bland in comparison to the other lead roles, yet she hold her own and this just make the film better. A surprisingly good movie, I would recommend to any Bollywood fan.