read the above one will notice that Nisha (Karisma Kapoor) who is
wife to Ajay in the film doesn't have any role in the film except
a few jhatkas and of course enhancing the complexity factor in the
story line, which is already so complex. Vijay Kapoor has 3
daughters and 1 son. The other two daughters (besides Juhi Chawla)
are there just so that they get to sing together.
concept of generation gap, which ultimately is what the film is
about, is unique but wasn't exploited at all in the film. There is
an unwanted 'typical' rigmarole like superfluous song sequences.
Even the special appearances fail to remain special.
wise, Amitabh Bachchan goes beyond excellence as usual and the
surprise element is that Akshay is looking good and has done a
commendable job. This sure seems to be his best performance till
date. Guess he was well 'inspired' by the Big B. And this duo is
definitely the only surviving factor of the film.
one point in time, when Karisma is pregnant in the film (reel
life), Juhi looks pregnant too (real life), when she isn't
pregnant in the film. The storyline could surely have made minor
adjustments to incorporate the can't-be-helped-much situation.
you have to see the film because it has the Bachchan in it, we
suggest you might as well see a 'Sholay' or a 'Deewar' at home.
And if you want to see Akshay, he's looking good in lenses.
otherwise three hours is a lot of time to waste.
Note: The extra star given by us is only because of the starcast
and their sincere efforts in giving a film that lacks substance
their best shot. A lost opportunity for Suneel Darshan who
could've made this one, ace quality.