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Kuchh Meetha Ho Jaye  (2005 - Hindi)

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Kuchh Meetha Ho Jaye cumulative rating: 2.05 out of 52.05/5 (27 users)

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  • Kuchh Meetha Ho Jaye rating: 4 out of 10(Abhishek Tiwari wrote on 10 Sep 2009)

    Has a nice theme, but Meetha nahin chalega!

    The publicity for this movie was very misleading by showcasing it as a romantic comedy about Arshad Warsi and Mahima. These two just play two of the many characters in this film.

    The movie takes a look in an episodical fashion at several struggling couples who are stuck at an airport due to a long delay of their flight. These couples are either lost loves, broken hearts, on the verge of divorce, or divorcées. The idea is interesting, but it is not executed well.

    The movie becomes extremely long-drawn and boring. The audience begins to get as impatient as the characters in the movie waiting to board their flight.

    Mahima and "the crier" gave good performances. Arshad Warsi should stick to comedies and supporting roles as in Munnabhai and Salaam Namaste. Shahrukh's special appearance was really pointless.

    The Cinematographer has done a good work and Himesh Reshammiya, as a music director excels in delivering a list of good smooth and free flowing numbers. Direction fails, so as viewers hope from this film.

    On a strong note, there was a good message in this film that in today's busy world, we all are running around, struggling to stay on top of schedule, and end up ignoring, hurting, and miss-communicating with those who mean most to us. All it takes is a few "forced" hours of conversation with no distractions to clear up misunderstandings, lucidly see the other's point of view, and realize where one's position in life is. We need to shell out time for our loved ones and communicate with them to avoid broken relationships and/or unnecessary anger/hurt/fear.

    As for the movie: Just 2/5

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