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Dulha Mil Gaya  (2010 - Hindi)

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  • Donsai, Bye Bye

    Dulha Mil Gaya rating: 3 out of 10(Pravir wrote on 23 Feb 2010)

    Are you already tired of flicks being in news for every other thing except for it’s contents and craftsmanship? Keep some energy in stock, for the inflow of such movies is never going to cease…

    Tej Dhanraj aka Donsai (Fardeen Khan) is a rich, spoilt brat Casanova, who does not believe in the institution of marriage and commitment. He keeps on dating hot babes (Anushka Manchanda & co) and glamour models including Shimmer (Sushmita Sen) in T&T. Coincidently Shimmer is also a heavy headed independent lady who keeps one–upmanship to her male counterparts. To get Donsai back on track, his ailing father puts a clause in his will which forces him marry a rural girl Samarpreet (Ishita Sharma) from India. Donsai goes to India, marries Samarpreet, disappears with the marriage proof and takes over the wealth. Samarpreet follows him only to see his true colors and is left heartbroken. She bumps into Shimmer, who decides to transform her into a fairy and teach a lesson to Donsai. In the process Shimmer also realizes that she behaved the same way with her dedicated admirer PR Gandhi (Shahrukh Khan). How the two protagonists realize their mistakes is what follows…

    Based on a storyline that dates back a few decades, the basic problem is that director Mudassar Aziz doesn’t have the basic framework right. He keeps on adding scenes and characters lifting from some golden oldies and some from recent flicks. Many a times a great relationship and chemistry between the director and the lead actress results in a powerful cinema, but this is an exception. Exotic locations, roping in saleable stars like Shahrukh Khan, lifted hit music numbers and “My Fair Lady” storyline – none help this film.

    The screenplay is casual with some laughable romantic and emotional sequences. Shahrukh’s role is poorly written. Excessive use of English and less substance in the dialogues also add to the negatives. Sunil Patel’s cinematography is the sole surviving grace for this movie. He has captured the Caribbean beauty well. Apart from that, it’s the character names given to the actors which are most amusing.

    Performances: Fardeen Khan looks tired and plays his role mechanically. Sushmita plays herself, and does well in few comic scenes. But she and Arjun Rampal should stop copying each other’s dialogue delivery style. Shahrukh looks disinterested and helpless throughout. Ishita Sharma made a good debut in “Dil Dosti Etc”, and probably made a big mistake by signing this film. She comes out as one of the best things in this film. Rest of the cast doesn’t leave any impact.

    Music: After the split, Lalit Pandit has sadly devoted himself in blatant carbon copying hit numbers from all over the world. “Dilrubaon Ke Jalwe” (sang well by Amit Kumar) and “Tu Jo Jaan Le” are such notorious numbers in this album. Overall, an average score.

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