Bablu (Shah Rukh Khan), an aspiring chef, works in a hotel where Sonia Kapoor,(Juhi) works with him as banquet manager at the restaurant. His look-alike Manu (Shah Rukh Khan), a gangster, robs a bank along with his friend (Gulshan Grover) but gets caught. He comes out of prison and discovers that his cohort has double-crossed him. He murders his partner and escapes from the scene of the crime...without the money. Bablu stumbles on the money and keeps it. Manu's lover Lily (Sonali Bendre) mistakes Bablu to be Manu and spirits him away. Manu takes shelter in Bablu's house and realizes that he can use their resemblance to his advantage.Then starts the fun-ride with Babloo constantly being mistaken for Manu. With both Sonia and Lily after him, Manu furious and the Law taking him to be Manu, Babloo faces a tough time. And then, Manu kidnaps Bibi (Farida Jalal) Babloo's mother and holds her hostage.
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Kamil T (nl) wrote: Good movie. Editing could have been better.
pepsi k (us) wrote: Not good im afraid not memorable and in the pile of that Sunday afternoon film when you have nothing to do. It was cheesy and made me feel i was too old for the film. Miley Cyrus also spend the whole time trying to be funny not much i can say really sorry not the best
Jude S (es) wrote: A lovely story about a father who's determined to start a new life and give his children a good future and he pours his heart and soul into reopening the zoo, its a delightfully sentimental film with beautiful filmography too.
susana c (ru) wrote: is a good confusing film,you have to look with attention and understand the end
Chris B (it) wrote: Absolutely putrid. This "movie" should never have been made.
Eugene S (gb) wrote: Startlingly original in structure and form, Terrance Davies' poetic autobiographical film requires a fair degree of familiarity with post-war British culture, which I can't say I had while watching it. Nonetheless, the elliptical story is frequently moving and is beautifully told through memorable vignettes, most of which revolve around communal singing. This is a musical in the truest sense of the word, one that skillfully uses its songs to reveal the hidden layers of the story.
Jason M (jp) wrote: This is a fine example of Ingmar Bergman's technique. Excellently acted, written and directed, it is a period piece that holds our attention throughout. It is not a complex story, simply a dramatization of a widowed mother and her two children and how they cope with the man in their lives. If one is looking for a perfect period drama, and doesn't mind the length of the film, you cannot go wrong with this choice. It's style and beauty is somewhat akin to Kubrick's "Barry Lyndon", except with subtitles.
Evan J (it) wrote: Singin' in the Rain very well might be my new favorite movie of all-time.One of the most joyful films I've ever experienced. This film oozes happiness and fun. I can't believe it took me so long to see this.
Carlos G (au) wrote: I saw bits and pieces of it on TV. Finally sat down and gave it full attention. Awesome action and so I put it in collection of military library.
We R (de) wrote: My my favourite actress who is a very lovely movie 1/4
Larry C (ru) wrote: Horrible disgusting movie. Why would anyone think that this is worth seeing.