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Hot Aishwarya in Sarkar Raj and Bipasha in Bachna Ae Haseeno
A brilliant film indeed.
The plot is outstanding and way better than what Sarkar had. Also not only it has twists and turns at regular intervals but also gives equal importance to bring out the characters. Mind you this is in not a copy of Godfather 2 (which dealt with two stories running parallel to each other) and has a Ram Gopal Verma stamp too it, with close-up scenes and characters who speak with weird accents and above all dialogues which will put to shame a normal person because no one speaks the way his characters speak but still I loved this film because it has Amitabh Bacchan in one of his brilliant roles.
You just watch this guy at the end where he breaks down and the scene where he explains to his son about the guilt he feels due to Vishnu's (played by Kay Kay in the 1st part) loss.
This is without doubt Ram Gopal Verma's best film in terms of treatment and plot, better than his previous best which includes Satya (which remained my favorite Ramu film for a long time) and Company.
Bachna Ae Haseno (2008)
Not a very bad film I must say and it had its moments and it is really sweet sometimes. The star of the film definitely is Ranbir Kapoor who shines but reminds us a lot of his role in Saawariya.
I don’t have much to say about the plot because you must have guessed it as soon as you must have seen the trailer. The title of Bachna Ae Haseeno itself suggests that this movie is about a shallow guy looking to have fun with girls and in the process of having fun with them breaks their heart, so this story is not fresh but like all Yashraj films, exotic the locations and overall production value are topnotch and it gives us a fresh feel of it.
Also out of all the stories, I loved the Minisha Lambha who looked really cute and reminds me of her film Yahaan which I loved to watch because of her and Ranbir Kapoor’s part I know was the only part which was filled with clichés but I felt it so clean and that reminded me of the starting days when I used to love Bollywood films.
My rating is 7.4/10 for this movie