Shaadi Karke Phas Gaya Yaar (movie) August, 2006  » Movies  »
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  • The movie stars as I already mentioned Salman Khan and Shilpa Shetty as protagonist, Reema Lagoo, the stupid retro thinking and problem creating Mother in Law

    • by n.b
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      The name of the movie Shaadi Karke Phas Gaya Yaar sounds funny and many of us might presume it is a comic movie but well it isn’t. It is a very stupid melodramatic movie with horrible emotional ups and downs as stated in the film. I just cannot understand what top stars like Salmaan Khan and Shilpa Shetty is doing is this movie. Any idea any one? (Lol) Perhaps because this movie was supposed to release much early in 2004 or 2005 but got delayed till August, 2006. It released on 4th August, 2006. The plot of the movie is based on classic conflict concept between Daughter in Law and Mother in Law. The stereotype conflict between modern ideas and retro thinking.

      Ughhh give us a break. The movie stars as I already mentioned Salman Khan and Shilpa Shetty as protagonist, Reema Lagoo, the stupid retro thinking and problem creating Mother in Law.

      Monish Behl plays bother of Shilpa who is supportive to Salman. The actress who plays Shilpas wicked and plotting mother is pretty effective in her acting. I don’t know her name. Well the movie opens with Salman Khan playing the character Ayaan, a hard working and impulsive young man belonging to a joint family of upper middle class strata.

      Shilpa Shetty is playing the character named Ahana, a prim and proper elite girl who is a model by profession. One day they meet each other by chance and Ayaans heart is captured by the grace, beauty and sweet nature of Ahana. He plans and finds out ways to meet Ahana again. Both of them by nature are very different to each other. At the beginning Ahana ignores any scope of love interest with Ayaan but soon she falls in love with him. The romance scenes are just okay to watch, nothing special in ...

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        Next they get married with the consent of both of their family and set out to honeymoon. Lovely locales shot here. The only nice song Taro Ko Mohabbat in the entire movie is in this part of the film. Well the problems take place as soon as they return back from their honeymoon. Culture clashes between retro Mother in Law and modern Daughter in Law. None of them is ready to yield ground to each other.

        Poor Ayaan stuck in between. More troubles and complications are introduced into the plot by Ahanas mother. Things get worse. Eventually Ahana gets pregnant. Things try to pacify but soon she has a miscarriage which is interpreted by Ayaans mother as willed abortion of Ahana, which is not true of course. Ahana is moved to tears and leaves Ayaans home.

        Things roll to divorce. Ayaan and Ahana go to court where they are advised to stay

        with each other and try to resolve things between them. Ahana being adamant isn’t ready to move into Ayaans house anymore hence Ayaan moves into Ahanas house. Here Ahanas brother helps both of them to resolve their differences. He is supportive to Ayaan and understanding to Ahana and by God’s Grace their differences gets resolved and they live happily ever after. The story writer cum director K.

        S Adhiyaman is ineffective. The music of the film is composed by Sajid Wajid, Daboo Malik and P. Sameer. The song Taro ko Mohabbat is the only nice song is the entire film. Salman acted fine. Shilpa Shetty is looking good and has done a good job.

        Reema Lagoo is fine. Monish Behl is good. Overall this movie is a total failure with a feebly constructed plot and story line. A waste of money. Watch it only on T. V premier not at cinema hall with paid tickets.

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