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Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya  (2005 - Hindi)

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Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya cumulative rating: 3.15 out of 53.15/5 (56 users)

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  • Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya rating: 3 out of 10(Rishabh wrote on 14 Jul 2009)

    David Dhawan had redeemed himself with MSK to some extent but MPKK is too stupid and falls flat directly to the ground, no I think underground.
    I went to the theater to watch this film that time, but sadly this was a waste of time.
    I kept waiting at some scene to make me laugh but this is what I got.

    Salman-Katrina scenes were horrible. Also the entire Sohail track was an irritant. Some scenes were funny between Salman- Sushmita and some Arshad Warsi ones, but sadly they are too few. The court scene is quite funny but gets too lengthy and childish.

    The film is so boring that it just goes on and on and Actually Arshad also makes a comment in the court scene that “Aisi Sadi Hui Hindi Film Jo 3 Gante Se Chali Jaa Rahi Hai”, that is actually explaining about this film surely.

    David Dhawan is not in his element, one of his worst comedies. Music is saving grace, many songs are awesome. Cinematography is awesome.

    Salman is pathetic, he makes weird faces and sounds and thinks he is funny; He is not and gets to the nerves. Sohail matches him every step in non acting, from this film started his failure and he started doing crass roles. Arshad Warsi is the saving grace, he excels and his scenes with Sushmita are damn funny. Sushmita Sen is natural but does ham at places. Katrina Kaif is fake and has no expressions and her dubbing is off. Rajpal Yadav has a small role and is nothing great.

    Actually Maine Pyar Kyun Kiya is copied right off from the 1969 Hollywood classic, Cactus Flower starring Walter Mathau, Ingrid Bergman and Goldie Hawn. Such a pity. Who would have ever thought that the Bollywood industry would ever stoop down to the lack of new ideas and concepts! Every word for word, they just translated the whole script, that’s all. There must surely have been no need to do any character research, no direction notes. David Dhawan must have just watched the necessary scene of cactus flower while shooting for the exact same shot on the sets of Maine Pyar Kyun Kiya. Such a pity.

    The funniest thing was that the last sequence where Salman and Arshad goes to Airport to stop Sush, is entirely copied from Friends last episode where Ross and Pheobe goes to stop Rachel. Anyways it was quite cheaply done, and wonder why these directors or the guys responsible can’t think something original? Anyways the film overall was not that good. All the actors were trying too hard to make the movie laughable. At few occasions they were successful, but in the process a lot of overacting took place.

    I hope the Indian film industry gets some fresh ideas coz it’s getting too musty to breathe in here.


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