Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai [Import anglais]
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Vous pouvez le voir : pour vous rincer l'oeil et surtout muni un grand sens de l'humour !
Ce film réuni à lui seul les pires clichés du film Massala : scénario digne du plus mauvais roman à l'eau de rose, comédienne principale juste mauvaise, grandes scènes sur la plage de sable fin lamentable, avec les copains sur un bateau et leur fausse bonne humeur, des méchants à hurler de rire...
Et le plus fou dans tout cela est bien que Hrithik Roshan crève l'écran !
Il est beau, intense, captivant et son charisme ne fait aucun doute.
Ce film l'a révélé en tant que comédien et danseur (un peu comme une Marilyn qui subjuguait malgrè la fadeur de ses premiers rôles)
Le public Indien ne s'y est pas trompé, le titre phare "ek pal ka jeena" vaut lui aussi le coup.
Donc faite votre choix : am-stram-gram...
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Her concerned father sends the disconsolate Sonia to gorgeous New Zealand to forget Rohit and to recuperate. Now here comes that Bollywood twist as, instead, she bumps into Raj, someone who looks amazingly like her dead love. Raj falls for Sonia, but she doesn't reciprocate as the sight of him only recalls painful memories of her Rohit. She flees back to India. Raj follows and, in the course of the film, unearths the reason behind Rohit's passing. Now can he win the girl of his dreams? Also, there's some crooked cops.
KAHO NAA...PYAAR HAI is a 2000 blockbuster Bollywood film which first introduced Hrithik Roshan to the world and made him an overnight success. I guess Hrithik's dad, Rakesh Roshan, who directed this flick, knew what he was doing. KAHO NAA...PYAAR HAI won a boatload of Indian Cinema awards, including best actor wins for Hrithik Roshan. Owing to the huge popularity of the film, debuting actress Amisha Patel, who looks like sweetness and light personified, also became, to a lesser extent, an instant "hot" commodity. But, certainly, she owes some of her fame to the "Hrithik factor." This is an instance where sheer charisma and star power colossally loom over normally more consequential things such as plot and script. Certainly, without the two leads (and specifically Hrithik), the movie wouldn't be all that and a bag of chips. As it is, it's box office bonanza.
The first half of the film indulges in some pretty sappy romantic fluff, which might be terrific for girls but, c'mon, I'm a dude who hopes to grow hair on his chest one day (because you shouldn't give up on your dreams). But I was this close to tossing this one out when, suddenly, the movie became interesting. That would be after an hour and a half, when the scenery changes to New Zealand and the story gains serious momentum as the oh-so-gentle love story turns into a gripping crime drama and chase film.
So, exciting action for the guys. For the girls, a leading man with flashing green eyes, a muscular physique (Bollywood star Salman Khan oversaw his weight training), explosive dancing skills, and one other thing. Boyfriends and male buddies of the female audience might end up loathing this dude (I know I did), but one can't really deny that the man can actually deliver his lines and effectively perform in his dual roles. Amisha Patel, cute and lovable as she is, is still overshadowed by Hrithik.
KAHO NAA...PYAAR HAI is almost three hours long, which gives the movie ample time to plug Coca Cola (could the film sell out even more?). The songs are mostly fun and are, in turns, wistful and hopeful and romantic. When Raj strums the guitar to the strains of Rohit's song, there's a certain recognition there felt by the audience and certainly felt by Sonia. Meanwhile, Hrithik's smooth dancing in the musical numbers is probably what cemented his popularity with the swooning girldom. There's humor throughout the film, but the only two scenes which made me laugh out loud involved a boy with a mustache and Indian comedian Johnny Lever as a policeman caught in the grips of a bathroom dilemma. Poor fella.
Question: is it just me or did Raj recover awfully quickly from his shoulder wound? And, finally, as I was watching the final stages of this film, the cynical side of me couldn't help but wonder how perfectly twisted and cold it'd be if Raj also dies. Now that'd be something. Anyway, as debuts go, Hrithik Roshan and Amisha Patel do fairly well. In fact, going by the Indian movie goers and the critics' overwhelmingly positive reception toward the film, they do exceedingly well. Ergo, three and a half shot at, flung over a bridge, and drowned stars.
So, here I go--trying to review a Bollywood movie...which runs nearly 3 hours and, unless you speak Hindi, you must watch with subtitles. First, if subtitles are a problem for you, start watching ALL your DVDs with the subtitles turned ON to get you used to the whole subtitle "thing"--it is good practice but habit forming--to the point you might find yourself looking for them at the movie theatre! Second, give yourself a 3 hour block of time so that you don't have to keep pausing the movie, and third, give the movie time to grow on you. Relax and just go with it--these Bollywood Producers actually cater to their viewers to give them what they want, unlike Hollywood where movies are cut short in order to shorten the running time so as to have more showings in a day. Be prepared for lots of singing and dancing--no matter what the subject matter!!
Now, this movie: Kaho Naa...Pyaar Hai, which means Say you love me..is a love story. The first time I watched it I had absolutely NO idea what it was about or anything--did I mention it was MY first Bollywood? So, here I am, watching what I think if just a romantic comedy about a cute guy (Rohit) who lives with, and supports a brother, aunt and uncle who meets a sweet rich girl(Sonia)and the two are immediately attracted to each other. So, they end up on a cruise ship together when she gets drunk (out of jealously) and the 2 of them end up marooned on an island--some funny scenes and hilarious subtitles here, plus a good song--her Dad rescues the pair and trys to separate the lovers. At this point the hero, Rohit, declares he can and will be successful and support Sonia, so the Dad agrees to a marriage if Rohit is successful. Rohit and friends arrange a concert, which is sold out and if this was a Hollywood movie, that would be the end--and all live happily ever after. Heck, by now the movie has run over 90 minutes...
But, NO!! this is Bollywood, which means the story takes a sudden and sharp turn off the deep end--well, in this case a bridge--other reviews have had spoilers and I don't want to do that, but let me tell you, you do not want to miss what happens next!! I'ver rewatched this movie and it never fails to give me the giggles or make me cry. Sure, it is "corny" and a little dated, sentimental and over the top, but I still give it 5 stars because it is a lovely love story, with heart, beautiful people and some good songs*****give it a try, you just might like it--or get hooked on Bollywood like many of us.
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