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Shaadi No 1
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Shaadi No 1
Reviewer's Summary - A Disgrace

Language: Hindi
Year: 2005
Actors: Sanjay Dutt, Fardeen Khan, Zayed Khan, Esha Deol, Soha Ali Khan, Riya Sen, Sharman Joshi, Satish Shah, Ayesha Takia
Director: David Dhawan
Producer: Vashu Bhagnani
Music: Anu Malik
Lyrics: Sameer
Dialogs: Milap Zaveri

Shaadi No 1 provides more evidence that in Bollywood bad movies are not an aberration but a way of life.

This most unsatisfying movie is an affront to viewers.

A shallow and poorly written story dooms this comedy right from the outset. Directed by David Dhawan, this movie is not just plain awful but bizarre in a way that defies description.

Raj (Fardeen Khan), Aryan (Sharman Joshi) and Veer (Zayed Khan) are three unemployed friends irked with their wives Bhavna (Ayesha Takia), Sonia (Soha Ali Khan) and Diya (Esha Deol) respectively.

Bhavna's devotion to prayer, Sonia's attention to her legal practice and Diya's preoccupation with her acting career have effectively put the three friends in the doghouse.

After unsuccessfully trying to commit suicide, the three men rescue a dejected businessman Kothari (Satish Shah) trying to commit suicide in his car. Impressed by their business suggestions, Kothari quickly offers them jobs in his company.

Soon, Kothari seeks their help in getting his three teenage daughters to agree to arranged marriages. He hatches a bizarre plan and asks Raj, Aryan and Veer to pretend to fall in love with his daughters and then break their hearts by ditching them. Kothari's gameplan is that disillusioned by love the girls will then agree to arranged marriages.

Sanjay Dutt is "Lucky Bhaiya" to the three wives forever mouthing proverbs and trying unsuccesfully to get them to realize that their husbands are not the saints they believe them to be but wayward Romeos.

The songs are as bad as the rest of this unwatchable movie. - Copyright SearchIndia.com.


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