Mira (Neha) comes from a very wealthy family, however, she wants to get married to Akash Sharma (Jatin Grewal), who is not so wealthy. Against the wishes of her mother and brother, Mira gets married to Akash. The bad memories are left behind when Mira's family finally "forgives" them, at the birth of baby-boy, Rahul (Yash Pathak). With the family with such a acrimonious past, coming together, their marriage deteriorates, to such an extent that they have to involve the police and the courts for purposes of custody. The only obstacle coming between the couple from getting married again to different people are marred by Rahul, who is unable to accept his parents' divorce.
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Sree K (br) wrote: story is nice. execution is good at parts. technically brilliant values. entertainment value is good. final grade is A
Kyle M (fr) wrote: It's a very good film with both good message and sights of Florida and, of course, owls. (B+)(Full review coming soon)
Robert I (br) wrote: I thought this was "Tommy Boy" for kids before I saw it. It's not, but it has a lot of heart.
Daimhin C (ag) wrote: Terrific Ed Wood film noir, with a hilarious twist, endless piano-guitar theme music, night exteriors so dark one can only see car headlights, future Hercules actor paired with washed up Lyle Talbot, and Ed Wood's stock company of hapless hopefuls uttering his spacey dialogue within his trademark Spartan sets... What's not to love?
Greg W (mx) wrote: one of the better post WWII WWII movies
Trey B (jp) wrote: Mean Girls is a funny and relatable story about how high school can be a scary place.
Arseniy V (es) wrote: Basquiat is one of those rare biopics for me, that's not just wonderful - but one of the best damn things I've ever seen. And this reaches much those same heights. Serving as a vivid, piercing reminder -- after all the excellent films I've seen this year -- just what a chasm there is between an excellent piece and a masterpiece.