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Alright after having great fun during Diwali, I was all set to watch Esha Deols starrer Tell Me O Khuda. I believe that one should learn from their mistakes but dont know whats happening here. Tell Me O Khuda is a story of a girl who embarks on a journey to find her real parents and shows her experiences during that. The biggest problem that Indian Cinema still faces is over dose of melodrama and frankly when it really becomes over-board even the slightest emotion which could have been felt by the audience become NIL.
This is one of the biggest problems with this one as well. Esha Deol cries so much in this movie as if she was getting over-paid due to that. Secondly story of the film is not new but could have been presented in a much better way. Dont know why Film-makers decided to keep the movie so slow that it gets boring for the viewers.
Thirdly actor Arjan Bajwa is total waste, as movie only focuses on Esha, Esha and Esha making our hero looking like some side actor. Veterans Vinod Khanna, Farroukh Sheikh, Dharmendra, Rishi Kapoor and Hema Malini were flawless as ever.
Tell Me O Khuda could have been a better watch if movie-makers would have done their home-work well.