Was a good watch. Give me good music, good locales, good looking heroes and heroines, half a decent story and voila what do I have.....yes......Bachna Ae Haseeno!!!
It is an entertaining movie. Nothing deeply philosophical but good to see nevertheless.
I think Minisha was the surprise package. She fit her role well, and looked the part too.
Bipasha fit the part of the bitchy siren to a T and showed that she's the senior artist, giving perfect camera shots and performing as per expectation.
Deepika (as I had been forewarned by other gomolo members) needs to really work on her expressions, diction and acting in general, but just cannot deny her, her breathtaking beauty in 'Khuda Jaane'. It looked like a Kingfisher calendar shoot but looked great nevertheless.
Was just a wee bit disappointed with Ranbir, had expected an out of the world performance from him in an author backed role - a role diametrically opposite to the one he was launched in...and hence a chance to prove his diverse acting skills.
But, he looked a tad too darn cute to be going around dumping girls like a sack of potatoes. His chemistry and degree of attraction with Deepika shines out like a beacon when he is with Deepika in the same frame (doesn't show on Deepika's face though).
However, there is no denying that he has a high degree of comfort with the camera and has a long stint ahead of him in the Indian Film Industry .... so here's looking at (out for) you kid!!!