|Starring:||John Abraham, Bipasha Basu, Priyanshu Chatterjee|
|Run time:||2 hours 2 minutes|
|Rental release:||11 Oct 2004|
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laughing stockBy arun from liverpool , 29 Jan 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]its understandable to be inspired from Beautiful Mind.
But the script then seems to have lost its mind.
Without giving away the plot its difficult to describe the flaws in the script.
The first twist in the tale is good.
the second one is ridiculous.
and the third one is absurd.
Bipasha and John Abraham continue from where they left in the film 'AETBAAR'.
9/11 is cleverly interweaved in the plot.
Theres nothing worth of praise other than this.
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MadhoshiBy a customer from London , 11 Aug 2009Fantastic film, I enjoyed it from the beginning to the end. John and Bipasha were brilliant. I highly recommend this film to John and Bipasha's fans. They will not be disappointed.
MadhoshiBy a customer from London , 31 Aug 2006This was a good attempt to copy - A Beautiful Mind - however, it did not capture the essence or the lustre. It was a poor show of cast, however, well done at Bipasha for attempting something new.
sillyBy a customer from midlands uk , 14 Mar 2006that all i can say and bisapu bapu acting will win her no film awards, she looked absoulutely terribe without make, facinating to see how much slap she actully wears too look hlaf decent......... but about the film ridicolous
madBy a customer from London, UK , 20 Jan 2006idea of a female protagonist is brill.
chemistry between the leads is awesome.
but plot is bordering on ridiculous- shame.
Overall: Enjoyable Film. Different from the normal Indian films.By Nina Lodwick-Kilshaw from Jersey, C.I , 14 Oct 2005Glad I saw this film. I love Indian films, but not being Asian myself & not understanding the language dose make my experience different.
I really enjoyed the subject of mental health and how it affects the family and the individual. The way the mind works between what we perceive as reality. The songs were beautiful and the acting I felt was good.
Liked it. Would possibly watch again.