Sunday, February 12, 2012

Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu Movie - A Fresh Salad Flavored with Romance and Comedy

Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu Movie is a new bollywood movie having Imran Khan, Kareena Kapoor, Sonia Mehra, Ram Kapoor, Boman Irani, and Ratna Pathak Shah in lead roles. The movie has been produced by Karan Johar, Ronnie Screwvala and Hiroo Johar
    

Neither Imran nor Kareena are my list of 'must watch' actors. Even when the day started yesterday, none of us had planned for this movie. It was a last minute program while strolling around PVR and all of a sudden deciding to watch the movie as there was nothing much specific and urgent to do otherwise.

Boman Irani and Ratna Pathak Shah are always a treat to watch, whatever role they are given. At times I find Rathna Pathak Shah a little typed in terms of dialogue delivery, like the role she played that of a high society mom was similar to a famous TV serial she plays into - Sarabhai vs Sarabhai opposite to Satish Shah.

      

Somehow the movie was good to watch, with good amount of flow thereby making it non boring stuff. It was a light entertainment. The roles have been played well by both Kareena and Imran but both of them lack versatility and creativity in terms of generating charisma on screen.

Songs are not the prominent components of this movie. It is a story of a high society family of Boman and Ratna Pathak having a single child Imran who has been brought up under high level of expectations of his father and mother and hence has lost his own identity. He grew up as a subdued personality having a guilt inside of not meeting the expectations of his father. A fresh wave comes into his life in shape of Kareena who is totally opposite to him. She is carefree, lively, social, entertaining and happy.

                 

Accidentally both get married one night when they are in deep drunk state. Interesting to watch what happened further. The movie is scripted with lots of ideas from other movies and a mix of fresh salad has been prepared for entertainment.

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