The movie is about persona of Bollywood Superstar Shahrukh Khan, his charisma that changes the life of a flower girl one of his biggest fans in the city. He compliments her and it changes her life. The story is an exciting journey of how a superstar almost becomes divine force in the life of a fan. She enjoys the beauty of li...more
The movie is about persona of Bollywood Superstar Shahrukh Khan, his charisma that changes the life of a flower girl one of his biggest fans in the city. He compliments her and it changes her life. The story is an exciting journey of how a superstar almost becomes divine force in the life of a fan. She enjoys the beauty of life because of her new found God Shahrukh Khan and fights the dangers of life on the streets. less
“Avoid this one! After a promising start, it becomes a pastiche of characters and stories that go nowhere.”
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This movie is a bit like a person in a car asking for road directions from one of the characters who are in the movie-the flower seller or the book seller at the signal. It keeps taking too many turns according to their directions and ends up being totally lost.
The story begins with a flower girl at a signal to whom Shah Rukh says khubsoorat hai tu. Now, I have a problem with this premise itself. I doubt that Shah Rukh (or any normal person for that matter) would stop at a signal and actually tell a random girl something so personal. It seems in pretty bad taste to pass such a suggestive sort of comment.
Anyway, jaane do. This comment turns her head completely and she dreams only about him ignoring the bookseller guy who loves her. There is a prostitute who loves the bookseller too which creates the drama. There are other assorted characters in the story-a reporter with a German girlfriend who speaks Hindi who is probably there so that she can be shown bare shouldered with the reporter in a sort of love scene, a muslim chacha, a mausi, a police inspector and a gangster played by the director Makrand Deshpande. You can imagine with so many people pulling you in different directions you can get nowhere.
The heroine(newcomer Preetika Chawla) looks cute and fresh and is dressed like a flower seller from the slum but her accent is too Convent school. The actress playing the prostitute and the Inspector look convincing and Makrand Deshpandes hair does the job for him as the gangster.
This could have been a sweet movie like Guddi about a teenager and her dreams about a superstar v/s reality. Instead it becomes a pastiche of characters and stories that goes nowhere after a promising start. Avoid.