Friday, May 30, 2003

the barjatya bird returns [source: Rediff]

After ditching his faithful "lucky charms" in the boring box-office dump Hum Saath Saath Hain, Sooraj Barjatya has decided to play it safe and get an animal back to contribute crucially to his new film Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon: this time it's a talking parrot that keeps going 'Prem, Prem' all the time (Apparently both Hrithik and Abhishek play dudes called 'Prem' in the film). Lest you harbour any ideas about the plot of the film, rest assured. This is a Rajshri production. Which means clean, family-oriented, tinny-song-laden, tissue-worthy tripe. My take on the plot: Kareena (aka the Ghost that Refuses to Die) ends up confusing two dudes with the same name about her true feelings to them and each of these dudes is confused (well, duh!) on the issue of "she loves me, she loves me not". Ample excuses are provided, of course, for songs with mush-market lyrics and rhymes in colourful environs, floral and industrial.

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