|Aditi Rao Hydari|
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|IMDB Rating:||5.3 out of 10 (426 votes)|
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Capturing the angst of the young twenties, London Paris New York is the story of Nikhil and Lalitha two completely different individuals who are drawn to each other in spite of their differences or perhaps because of it. The film follows their journey of love as they meet in London, Paris and New York for a night in each city. The film is a coming of age love story mirroring 3 states of love and brings back the wit into Bollywoods romantic comedies.
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The movie starts out on a simple note and starts to gain momentum. Thescript for some reason is purely brilliant even though the movie hasbeen inspired from two Hollywood flicks 'Before Sunrise' and 'BeforeSunset'. Ali Zafar manages to pull off his role rather well and bringsa substantial amount of depth to his character while Aditi Rao is deepand profound. Her character goes through various phases and she pullsthem through with sheer brilliance. The movie gets sort of irritatingpost the interval but the irritation is short lived. Good songs andcinematography add to the overall experience. Believe me it's worth awatch if you want to watch a purely romantic love story. But only ifyou haven't watched Before Sunrise and Before Sunset.
This is my first review at IMDb.I will be reviewing movies on regularbasis now.This movie has a bit different story compared to other bollywoodmovies.A must watch if you are a Ali Zafar fan.Except Ali zafar there'snothing to watch in the movie.His dialog delivery and acting isremarkable.A slow and boring story line.The movie is hard to predictthough.A good effort wasted.Still the locations of the movie are prettygood.If you have nothing to do you can watch it.Its a Small movie so itwill not bore you as other bad movies.Why to watch this movie. 1.Unique Story. 2.Ali Jafar's remarkableacting. 3.Fantastic Locations. 4.Good MusicWhy not to watch this movie. 1.A very slow and boring story line. 2.Nobig stars. 3.The movie is too small to tell a story like this.
It is SUCH a Lousy and Awful Movie !!! 1st there is nothing in story Story was so bad that 1st they meet then she tell ali not to meet ortalk to her, then ali had affair which see saw and got heart broke...then she sleep with her to take revenge ... then finally ali got hismistake and they meet happily before her's Marriage and Break themarriage and love again each other ... the end !!!Neither Ali nor Aditi were in ROLE . They were just looking asdelivering there learned Dialogs as a 5 year Old's Children's Play ...Dialogues are Hopeless .... Acting is worst and The worst part was theClimax .... Yeak!!! Then wasted My 1 hrs (fast forward half movie !!!) Better watch Bachnaaye hasino a better movie!!!
After hearing the constant hype about the similarities between whenHarry Met Sally, and Hum Tum, I was almost going to overlook thismovie, however I am glad I didn't. This movie clearly outshines manyother bollywood rom-coms (and undoubtedly hum-tum) I have seen.The story is of two strangers, who develop an instant connection andrelate to each other initially on the common grounds of their new foundindependence from their parents (his parents are overly protective ofhim, she has lived her life only living up to her parents'expectations). They are clearly attracted to each other within momentsof their first meeting, however the pragmatic Lalita feels theyshouldn't pursue anything as she doesn't think long distancerelationships work well. Their chemistry, and interactions are exploredagain when they reconnect in Paris and New York years later.Kudos to first time director Anu Menon, for capturing the angst of theLalita and Nikhil so well. Noteworthy mentions especially go to thevery intense scenes of Paris, from the moment when they first reconnectto when they part again. You see Lalita detest the very sight of Nikhilat first, eventually letting her guard down again as they spend the daytogether, and even lending him support when she sees that he isvulnerable and feeling dismayed from his experience in film school,only to shut him out again after watching his movie that has broughtback some unpleasant memories and feelings in her that made her detesthim before. The angst of this woman who suddenly goes from feeling thehighs of being madly in love to the bitter and vengeful side of thewoman when she feels dejected and heart broken is very well relayed.Equally note worthy is also the New York Scene, where Nikhil goes on toexpress his angst, relaying how despite his many attempts, he never gota fair shot from her, feeling cheated by the fact that despite themforming an amazing connection and reconnecting so well every time andthe fact that her actions gave him the impression that they have a shotback together, she has no intention of carrying through with it. Hiscrackling voice in his rant again displays his moment of vulnerabilityand his heart break. We see Nikhil transition from a playful, bindaass,goofy guy, who has had it easy all his life to a persevering romanticand we see Lalita transition from the hopeful who believes she canchange the world, the pragmatic girl who avoids indulging in moments toa girl who learns to shed her inhibitions and go with the flow.I don't know if the movie could have worked without the lead pair ofAli and Aditi - they have done an outstanding job and breath life intoNikhil and Lalita. Not only are they a fresh pairing, their chemistryis amazing and you walk out of the movie thinking about Nikhil andLalita rather than Ali and Aditi. Their delivery is great, no overlydrawn melodrama or "rona dhona". Despite there being less than fiveminutes screen time of the supporting cast collectively in the wholemovie, the two have managed to carry the the entire movie by themselves very well - they captivate your attention from the beginning toyour end, without any dull moments in between. Ali is very expressivewith his eyes (e.g. watch his eyes expression when he sings "philosophyka craze hai", or his eyes burdened with remorse in Paris when they areeating breakfast on the balcony). The story and screenplay feelsbelievable, real and does not try to be pretentious - and both Ali andAditi do justice to their parts. The dialog works for this movie, hasmany witty and funny lines (e.g. Lalitapedia), and again feels verybelievable and real. My only complaint was Lalita's constant use of"shit" and "shut up"- it seemed a little annoying after a while. Themusic is fresh, very catchy and goes with the flow of the movie - itdoes a great job of carrying the story forward and does not feel out ofplace.Overall this is a very enjoyable romantic movie, especially whencompare it with recent youth oriented type film such as Ek Main aur EkkTu that had mostly caricatured characters.
Bollywood can treat you with a 'Kahaani' and at the same time, it candelude you with 'London Paris NewYork'. This movie is a very badattempt (to say the least) to recreate 'Before Sunrise' and 'BeforeSunset' (which were both quite good).The movie is about a film- maker Nikhil Chopra (Ali Zafar) who is atypical rich guy with inherited wealth from his family. He meets Aditiaka Lalita at London airport and they spend the day & night together.They promise to meet in New York after 6 months. 2 years later, we arein Paris. Nikhil is here to find her and they meet in one of the pubswhere she has changed from a geek to someone who has breathed theWestern air. If you have seen the movie till here, you have done thehard part. We are at intermission.The second half begins well. After spending the night in Paris, Aditiditches Ali. She tells about her journey from NY to London, just to seehim with someone else in bed. She believes this is her revenge and willdestroy Ali the way it destroyed her. Here we feel we have some justiceto the pathetic first half. Few years later, we are in NY. Ali is hereto meet Aditi and they spend another night together. The next morningwhen they wake up, Aditi is to marry a new guy Alan. Ali cant believeit. How I wish, this was the end.. but Bollywood HAS to have a happyending and you know what happens next.Ali Zafar can't stop over acting and Aditi Rao portrays herself as acomplete rookie..The songs are a complete let down.. You are better ofwatching a nonsensical comedy like 'Ready' where at least you haveSalman Khan to look at. This one's even worse ! AVOID in caps.
This film thinks it's a whole lot smarter than it is. Trotting out thehoary, smug idea about how small towns are stultifying and full ofstupid people is the least of its problems. Everything in it ringsutterly false. The most slowly paced, and depressing movie I have seenthis year. Every moment of almost every scene was composed of non-stopcringing and the entire audience hiding their faces in their hands. Ofall the films I have ever seen, none has ever had a more unlikeable orirredeemable script. This was clearly the intent and to this end theactual acting was pretty good, but it did nothing to make the film anymore watchable.The most annoying part is the performance of the female lead,Ali Zafarwas pretty good,but Aditi Rao Hydari ruined the chemistry.My recommendation, in a nutshell, is don't touch this one with a bargepole. Seriously, do not be tempted- life is short, and you'll never getthese 2 hrs back.Oh- unless you're the sort of person who likes to laugh at stupidjokes. If you do, maybe you'll enjoy this movie, but judging by myfellow viewers' sighs and groans of disgust and disbelief you will beone of few. Overall : 2/10
Contrived after Before Sunrise and Before Sunset is an enjoyable moviebut missed "the perfect milestone" by few miles. Movie is one of it'skind which will either be loved or hated (not for those who love runoff mill Rom - Com). Surely you will notice a nagging feeling of "itcould have been just a little bit better(not much, but just teeny weenybetter)" to each encounter between the couple, that's because thedirector was racing against the clock, desperate to emulate too much ofBefore Sunrise and Before Sunset. The leads did justice to theirroles.The breezy vibe and the crackling chemistry between the duo issplendid and the humor, isn't of the laugh-out-loud variety, butincludes some clever zingers. The spontaneous outburst from Ali in aclimax scene in New York is superbly written and nicely performed.Watch it for its freshness and you won't be bored.
Director Anu Menon has satisfied with his first effort. But onlysatisfied. He has used the beauty of the three cities well, although hecould have played more to it. The story in hand is very idealistic andfar fetched, but its Bollywood so it works. Aditi Rao seems to betrying too hard to capture certain emotions and often misses. AliZafar's suave and cocky look seems over played, even though it works insome of the scenes. His true acting caliber comes to face in a scenewith an emotional outburst towards the end where he acts brilliantly.The flow of the movie seems very disconnected at times and the audiencehas to draw their own conclusions to have the story make sense to them.
The movie starts with the climax and rolls back to the history. Thereis no proper sequence and the worst acting by Aditi. Director did notportray enough locations of all the tree beautiful cities. Dialogueswere very raw. It was a pain to watch this film although i thought theconcept was good but it was BADLY executed. Ali's voice did not matchhis personalities and most of his lines felt very casual. It was notvery clear as to why Aditi behaved the way she did when she returned toFrance. Climax was horrible. Filmmaker did not convince enough to showhow someone can change her mind the last minute before wedding. How cansome one go out the whole night with somebody else on a night beforeher marriage. That was a disaster for any climax.
About London Paris New York(LPNY) : It's a semi fresh romantic dramaand not an absolute romcom...Basic idea is borrowed from a Hollywoodmovie and British novel "One Day" ....LPNY is a 100 minute film .... Its all about 3days...3 cities ....twoprotagonists of contrasting nature...Their angst... Their love ...Break up ... patch up... (and pack up ;) over eight years. Its alsoabout growing up Â how we change, how we stay the same.( Time flies,season changes, but essential remains the same )Director debutant...Anu Menon deserves words of praise not only becauseshe dared to touch distinct subject but also wrote good story anddialogues for her first film. As a director she needs to brush-up..cozshe failed to exploit optimum potential of the script. Had Karn Joharor Imtyaz Ali touched the subject... It could have been a block buster...Short & slick film has only two protagonists I.e Ali zafar and AditiRao Hydari... Rest are one liners .Versatile Ali Zafar ....!!! He has carried multiple responsibility forthe film .... an actor, Lyricists,Musician and singer ... ( acting partcan be improved , few plots are overacted ... Seems more like amelodrama sometimes, Music dept. is good)Aditi justifies her role in different stages... She Can be a hope forBollywood... To conclude: As LPNY is carrying a different story... It is for Urbanyoungistan or People who stay young at heart... If you fall in thecategory , you may like it
As mentioned earlier in one of my recent reviews, here is another filmmade on the same low cost recipe of Bollywood which has more chances ofrecovering its cost featuring two fresh faces. Posing as a new ageromantic comedy with few bold dialogues and novel sequences, LondonParis NEW YORK once again follows the same old process of presentingbefore the audience a smart interesting dish, inspired from two greatEnglish Classics, adding the usual unavoidable Bollywood ingredients init for a clichÃ©d climax.But here, few friends may like to support this movie with theirargument that "How many of us have seen the Originals, so at least theyare giving us something new." And in answer to their point raised, Iwould like to give my honest but strong opinion in the following words.LPNY revolves around only two main characters who become love birds asthe time progresses and then in the end they realize that they wereactually made for each other. The story basically talks about theirmeetings in three cities under different situations or time spans andthe script largely relies on their mutual conversations alone to amusethe viewer. Now this whole concept of two people meeting each other ina journey, roaming around the city together and then parting with apromise to meet at a certain date is all taken from the two Englishmasterpieces made in sequels. And they are BEFORE SUNRISE (1995) andBEFORE SUNSET (2004) directed by Richard Linklater featuring EthanHawke and Julie Delpy in the lead.As an individual project, London Paris NEW YORK can be called a sweetfilm which tries to be extra ordinary in its first hour and then simplygives away to the routine path in the end. Many of the youngsters maylike it due to the bold dialogues written realistically, its fineperformances by Ali-Aditi and its few hummable songs composed & sung byAli Zafar himself.But in frank words, what this film does to a sincere cinema lover(eager to watch all the well made classics in the entire world)Â Â Â Â .isnothing less than a SIN!Why? Because London Paris NEW YORK simply snatches away all thosesurprises, thrills, love, sensuality, intelligence, intellect and magicwhich one can feel watching its two originals in their virginity. Inother words, now after watching LPNY if you try watching the two moviesmentioned above then you will never be able to enjoy them or feel themin the way you could have, as a surprise viewer. The Bollywood versionclearly ruins the "Out of this world Experience" of watching these twoclassics which is nothing less than a SIN if seen from the eyes of apassionate cinema lover.Truly speaking I rate both BEFORE SUNRISE (1995) and BEFORE SUNSET(2004) as one of the best movies made till date in the World Cinema,especially for those who don't just watch, but like to study the filmsmade with such rare conviction. These two movies have the power toteach you love as an unexplained phenomenon, which has its ownunlimited dimensions. They can teach you the value of relationships asnever before and can enlighten your deep thinking patterns bringing inmore clarity or understanding in your personal real life love affairs.As a commercial venture, directed by the debutant Anu Menon, LondonParis NEW YORK should turn out to be a safe bet, preferably in themetros. The director shows the sparks in the execution but if only thewriters could have stayed away from the routine ending, the film wouldhave been at least a little close to its originals. However at presentits miles away from its actual sources and is not able to give you evena sip of that delicious drink offered by the two masterpieces. Itneither impresses you as a thoughtful love story nor is able to leave amark through its borrowed intellect shown in its few sequences.Still considering it in a positive manner, if you have seen LondonParis NEW YORK and liked it even partially then treat this Indianversion as a loving invitation to the world of Ethan Hawke and JulieDelpy, the couple admiring each other. And if you haven't seen this newBollywood release till now but the narration does excite you thenbefore watching it, essentially go for BEFORE SUNRISE (1995) and BEFORESUNSET (2004) as a must like an emergency. Because watching these twoclassics without having any preset notions about their actual contentis something beyond explanation and imagination.In the end though this is a write-up on London Paris NEW YORK which isunarguably an unintelligent mess inspired from two extremelyintelligent foreign classics. Yet I would like to use it to inform alllovers and cinema freaks here, about these two precious gems, whichshould not be missed or delayed at any cost.So if you are a lover or have felt the true love ever in your entirepast then do watch BEFORE SUNRISE (1995) and BEFORE SUNSET (2004) both,like an essential medication for your precious life. London Paris NEWYORK might be cute in its own limited way but director RichardLinklater's two babies really talk about something of theBEYOND..............which cannot be copied ever.
When the promotions for this movie were out I was intrigued to watchit, more so because of Ali Zaffar, but then never got round to itthinking perhaps it wasn't as good as it looked.Having now finally taken the time to watch it whilst showing on TV Ihave to admit that it was a big mistake to not catch it sooner.This film is a great example of bollywood being able to tell a story ina much more contemporary and relatable manner as opposed to thecommercial gloss manner that most romcom's are shown in Bollywood.Having said that I wouldn't say this is an out and out romcom, it'smore of a modern take on romance and covers a span of time between twopeople and their encounters with each other and how life has affectedthem over time. Some may feel it's similar to 500 days or Summer or thetwo Before Sunrise/Before Sunset. Whether this movie is inspired bythose films or is the equivalent to them I thought it was a wortheffort and enjoyed watching it.It is beautifully told and wonderfully acted by the two leads, you feelfor both of them and at times relate with their emotions and issues.This is definitely worth a watch if you want to see something which issomewhat intelligent and offers something different.I won't say it's perfect as there are parts in the beginning which area little cheesy and the characters take some time to settle in but onceit gets going it's a wonderful ride.Paris & New York are the better sections, Paris probably being the mostdramatic.This film deserves a lot more recognition and lets hope the Indian filmindustry show it some appreciation.As for everyone else, if you truly enjoy good cinema be it Hollywood orbollywood then watch this, you'll be pleasantly surprised.
Ali Zafar and Aditi Rao Hydari's chemistry is amazing, its been a longtime when you can just enjoy two actors just talking without having astupid joke or mishap happen like you find in the typical masalamovies. Rom-coms in Bollywood have been getting a bit stale as wellwith the last great one in 2009, Love Aaj Kal (Imitiaz Ali) LondonParis New York proves that Indians can pull of dialogue driven movies,of course they're not for everyone, not everyone likes films like Up inthe Air which work because of the dialogue sparring between the leads.Anu Menon has made a great film and its definitely worth a watch beingjust 100 minutes it has to be one of the shortest Bollywood rom-coms aswell.
I just love the simplicity of this movie. The Dialogues were lightweight, easy on eyes and heart. The movie overall catches emotions.Ali Zafar was excellent and Aditi Rao did great job.I was waiting for this type of film for quite few years and now i cansay that new ERA has begun in Bollywood.After watching this movie is a great addition in the life.The thing i like about the movie is even though it is in London Parisnewyork, Story of movie is so not predictable. It is not a classicLondon to Paris to newyork kind of movie....The direction is great and photography is awesome.
We need movies like London, Paris, New York.Directed by first timer Anu Menon the movie has a restricted scriptwhich is of course just revolving around a guy and a girl. Yet the film manages to hold up pretty well. With Ali Zafar playing Nikhil Chopra, the son of a rich producer dad'sson,Aditi Rao Hydari as Lalitha Krishnan, a typical tamilian brahmingirl and being shot in 3 beautiful cities it makes sure that you don'tget bored.Ali Zafar gives it everything he has with his music and rightly somaking more or less all songs likable though my favourite will be 'Wodekhne mein'.There is nothing wrong about the story and it does what is expected outof it.With a running time of just 1 hour and 45 minutes, a wise thing I wouldsay it moves along at a comfortable pace.Ali Zafar is extremely charming and he uses his experience giving avery mature performance. I'd might just nominate him for the best actorcategory given a chance. Aditi looks very cute and has great screenpresence.Yes, there is nothing outrightly spectacular about it but still itdefinitely deserves a watch.My rating-2.5/5
Romantic comedies or Rom-coms are not a new genre. Love stories havebeen told in the past too and will be told in the future. Every rom-comhas a bit of predictability in it but still every now and then, a 'JabWe Met' comes. A film which has that special visual treatment, powerfulperformances, gratifying moments and a good feel to them. London ParisNew York (LPNY) is one of those special films.Set in three lovely cities of the world and spread over more than halfa decade, LPNY is a story of Nikhil (Ali Zafar) a happy-go-luckycharming boy and Lalitha (Aditi Rao Hyderi) a simple, nerdy Madrasigirl falling in love with each other thrice in six years.And that's it.That's all LPNY is. No impediments, no pretentiousness, no preaching,no 'zaalim samaaj' and even no supporting cast. The only third personwith a line to say is Dilip Tahil who appears in the last ten minutesof the film.The first few looks of the film give an impression that it has shadesof 'When Harry Met Sally' which has already been done in Bollywood (HumTum), however, LPNY is a different story with a different treatment. Infact, it's closer to '500 Days of Summer' and also has a peculiarsimilarity with 'Rodger Dodger' because of its heavy dependence ondialogue between only two main characters. Nonetheless, LPNY is a lotsimpler than any of these movies. Instead of relying on twists andcomplications of the plot, it thrives on performances and theaffability of the lead characters.It's a short film of less than two hours, one of the strongest pointsof the film because of which it does not drag at any point and isfairly gripping for a simple story. The first story of London is a bittacky and one takes some time to get comfy with the charactersspecially the extrovert Nikhil. As the story moves forward, theentertainment and audience engagement bars go up. Paris story is betterthan London and then New York wins from Paris hands down. The climax isbeautiful. Watch out for the penultimate sequence at Hudson River; bestscene of the movie. The film could have finished at that point and itwould have ended at a high second to no other love story of recenttimes. No complains though.Ali Zafar is dynamite. 5,000 tons of talent. Besides being the leadactor in the film, he is the music director, singer and lyricist aswell. While he has done well on all the fronts; acting still takes thecake. In Tere Bin Laden, you were convinced on his comic timing butneeded convincing on his ability to handle emotional scenes as TBL hadnone. LPNY has shown the audience his flexibility, range and ability tocarry the film on his shoulders. He shows his emotional side and what ashow this has been. His comic timing in London segment, impatience inParis and outburst at the climax in New YorkÂ fantastic performance.Amazing screen presence and charm.Aditi Rao Hyderi is not far behind either. Her portrayal of Lalitha andtransformation the character goes through are extremely natural henceauthentic. Her adorably shy demeanor in the first story, sultry looksand heartbreak in the second and mature conduct in the third areabsolutely brilliant. Her best performance after smaller roles in 'YehSaali Zindagi' and 'Rockstar'. She looks gorgeous in rain sequence inLondon and steals the hotel room scene in Paris which of course is adefining moment in the story too.The third star of the film is Anu Menon. Anu too has worn multiple hatsfor the film. She has written the script, directed it and has alsowritten the dialogues. Had I not known, I would have thought LPNY is anImtiaz Ali film and that's a huge compliment for Anu. Her aestheticsenses deserve applause for the way he has handled intimate scenesbetween the lead pair. The story has been kept simple, narration evensimpler while dialogues put soul in the film. They do get cheesy attimes but that is the requirement for Nikhil's character build-up. Anuhasn't gone over the top and has kept the film as close to reality aspossible. If there is a term 'Unrealistically Realistic', it fits LPNY.I can swear several guys have gone through what Nikhil goes through onthe bench in London. Yes, it's that real. She also deserves credit forkeeping the film short, not going beyond two hours by dragging the filmneedlessly. The credit for this should also go to the debutant editorSally Salgoanker.LPNY is exactly the way love stories should be made. Trendy, Urban andfairly realistic. It takes great courage to make an entire film foronly two characters, played by new comers and that too a talkie one.Even if it does not win bumper opening at the box office, it willincrease the audience size for Ali, Aditi and Anu significantly. Abeautifully made artsy commercial film which deserves a successful run.
i Love Ali, he,s and awesome man .love his work at bo bOLLYWOOD hope hegets more fame and more popular in the whole world. i know him when hewas in arts collage Lahore his drama daubed his modeling i loved alland i wish him a more bright future i love u we all love u give us morefantastic movies and i love your pictures with Katrina a nice couple iwill love to see a new movie of you two as leading actors :). he is avery mature guy and WE ALL KNOW HE IS a handsome man he should get moreoffers of big movies and with talented co stars,as i have said he looksfabulous with Katrina he and Katrina should be seen in such a a superhit movie story .he has not been opened to show all his talent in fewmovies those are been released on big screen .one of my anothersuggestion is that an actor and model named Imran Abba's Naqvi is alsoa nice actor them both should be selected in a movie and love to seehim and Rambir Kapoor in a movie as well so nice to see him always :D
London, Paris and New York: I absolutely love the way Ali Zafar talksand is easy on the eyes too. Aditi Hydary plays the middle class girlnext door to the T. The story which starts in London and concludes inNew York is of a guy who wears his heart on his sleeves and is notafraid to dive into love/relationship but is constantly met withreluctances and inhibitions of a middle class girl. The f...un is inthe journey that these two take while discovering each other's nature,background, interests, future plans and feelings for each other. Thecontemporariness of the script makes it relevant and enjoyable and thehummable sing along songs add to the fun. My fav is "Voh Dekhne Mein".Liked the movie and recommend the rom-com for an evening out.
Guy met a girl at London airport. They spent entire day together. Theyfall in by the end of the day. They met again in Paris. After sometimegirl told that she hates him because he lied. Guy come to NY to meether & come to know that she is already engaged. Later guy realized whatis he loosing so he also rush to the church but found out that she hasalready refused to marry her fiancÃ©e.Short & sweet movie which is muchbetter than regular bollywood movie. Aditi roa has acted really well &she carried herself in a beautiful way in the role of feminist. Alizafar was good as usual but he has repeated dialogue which makes mebore at times. Songs are good except for one. Entire movie rotatesrotates around the two and has not focused or taken into accountanything not relevant which makes the movie special. Direction isamazing, without mentioning 6 months later,8 months later, directormaintained to make the movie to go in one through. Script is beautiful.Dialogues are what we use in day to day life but not stereotype.
London Paris New York - Trash It (C+) A boy meets girl and fall in lovein one day and they meet for only one day in span of 5 to 6 years inLondon, Paris & New York. In today's digital world it's hard to imagethat they don't keep in touch with each other just because she saidso... The script is flawed from beginning to end The Boy remains almostthe same but the Girl from Naive in London, Evil in Paris and thenturned into Nicest in New York. There are moments which are really goodbut bad music & tedious pace of the movie makes it really boring to sitthrough. Ali Zafar is a charmer but not that great of an actor he mademe bore. Aditi Rao is great in portraying three different shades of hercharacter though sadly there is not much thought about it she falls inlove takes revenge and then forgives easily. Anyways if you want towatch it, you can watch for Ali Zafar & Aditi's chemistry but itstedious overall.