This is a movie you could take one of two ways: you could dismiss it or you can enjoy it. I really enjoyed it. The story has been told before, as a matter of fact, I thought the dance competition was similar Farah Khan’s “Happy New Year” but without the heist and with way better dancers. But its summer and who wants to think too much – I was thoroughly entertained.
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R…Rajkumar, a mysterious stranger, arrives in town against the backdrop of two war ing drug lords fighting over the opium crop. As he watches them tear the marketplace apart, Rajkumar sees a damsel in distress about to be seriously hurt by a bullet. He pushes her out of harm’s way and is instantly smitten by her beauty. Rajkumar becomes obsessed with ‘Lollipop’, as he calls her. Shahid Kapoor, as Rajkumar, plays a young man working for way up in the world of crime, when love strikes. Every time he sees Chanda, aka ‘Lollipop’, he becomes awestruck and speechless in her presence. He finally resorts to stalking her and teasing her mercilessly. He recues an old man from a burning house, just to impress her. Chanda is a feisty, strong-willed young woman, and she isn’t about to take any nonsense from Raj. Chanda, played by Sonakshi Sinhi, speaks her mind. Unfortunately, she is about to run up against the rules of the patriarchal society she lives in. » Read more..