Indra Kumar brought out a powerful actors to make a good film out of an obsolete storyline, well yes even in 1997 when the film was released the co... read more
Indra Kumar brought out a powerful actors to make a good film out of an obsolete storyline, well yes even in 1997 when the film was released the concept of the story was indeed outdated. The better part was the music, cast and funny scenes & dialogues.
Ranjit Rai (Sadashiv Amrapurkar) and Harbanslal (Dalip Tahil) are very close friends who detested poor to the core. Fearsome of the fact that their children Ajay (Ajay Devghan) and Madhu (Juhi Chawla) don't end up marrying any poor people they plan to get them married through signing of an
agreement. They blatantanly refuse, as Ajay is in love with Kajal (Kajol) and Juhi with Raja(aamir), a car repairing mechanic. So the father-duo plan to
use violence, again they fail as Ajay is hurt. Ranjit apologises profusely.
They forgive them and now the engagement is planned. But on the engagement day, Raja and Kajal are attacked and they are again plotted for having an affair. Raja and Ajay have a fight and they all breakup. This is story of up-side down in friendship and romance, depicted beautiful.
With a power-packed ensemble, coming out with great performances. Kajal is simply superb, she is so spontaneous and natural that even the more beautiful Juhi is not noticeable. Aamir plays the funny character with style, he has done it before in Rangeela. Johny Lever is funny and was at this time the king of comedy.
The story progreeses at a very good pace, and the drama and its intensity is kept alive. The first part is very humorous, some very funny scenes moving
on a pipe, breaking of a statute, the second part moves serious but is still entertaining.
This is a fun movie to watch for.