Have you ever lived in a world where everything is perfect except for some minor hurdles? No? Well then, I suppose you never have seen a Sooraj Barjatya movie. In his world the elder are always honoured, the children obeying, traditions and rules always followed. Everybody loves everyone and the sun is always shining. India and especially the concept of the Indian Joint Family is regarded as the embodiment of the ideal of human relationships and should be the one thing which can be always relied upon. Of course, there are a lot of other Indian movies where these ideals are mentioned, but they are never as celebrated as in the Holy Land Of Family Love. With songs. A lot of songs.
Meet Chandni (Eesha Koppikar), a woman so selfless that she gives up her true love for her siblings, because her very rich and very famous and totally understanding and supporting hubby wouldn´t be able to afford for them. Some people really like to make problems for themselves out of nowhere.
|Hum di dum, I happily give up my love because there´s no way I could take my siblings just with me to my new home.|
|Seriously, woman, what is wrong with you?|
|And I am asking myself: couldn´t we have had that, like, two hours earlier?|
|Their re-enconter after some twelve years is really cute. The excitement and joy yet strange confidence in eachother is really palpable.|
|You say it, sister.|
|Beware! She wants to have a job and live in her own house and have her husband just for herself! OMG! How dare she!?|