A movie wich just makes you smile and believe in all things beautiful. The hero of the movie is actually a man who has proved once again that he is a little genius, yes none other than A. R. Rahman who has produced music which is indeed a class apart and completely in sync. with the movie and the generation it deals with. It takes you to a happy dreamworld from which you wouldn't want to emerge. If you take away the music from the film, it would defintely not have turned out quite the same.
Imran, the new kid on the block has shown that he is a natural. He gives an endearing performance and shows that he's the one to watch out for in future. Genelia is good, however found the heavy southern accent a trifle grating on the ears, which made her a little out of character in an otherwise very Mumbai feel of the group.
Ratna Pathak and Naseeruddin Shah show a finesse in their roles and Jayant Kriplani, Anooradha Patel and Kittu Gidwani add grace and appeal. Paresh Rawal fits his role like a glove and Sohail - Arbaz also, surprisingly, deliver a good cameo.
Some of the punchlines were good, the terrorist conversation in the end, rib tickling, the dig at 'Waiting for Godot' in the last shot amusing, and the freshness of the movie and the treatment breathtaking. Way to go Aamir and Abbas. In the words of Bertie Wooster, 'Jolly rum thing , what!!!!!'