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Love Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega




It's a nice feeling to know that good films are coming our way. After 'Lagaan' and 'Gadar', another likable flick to hit the marquee is E. Niwas's 'Love Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega'. The film has a feel good appeal that will attract all kinds of audiences. If E.Niwas's intention is to generate laughter through his film, than LKLKBK scores all the way, without any streak of slapstick comedy. The intention of the principle characters in the film is to earn money, no matter how, so when nothing concrete comes their way, Prakash (Saif Ali Khan), Rahul, (Fardeen Khan) and Harilal aka Harry (Aftab Shivdasani), embark on a mission- money earning- that is loosely inspired by films like Ruthless people, 'Khiladi', and 'Khel Khel Mein'. Prakash, conniving but harmless young men woos, and marry a rich girl, Sapna (Sonali Bendre) and joins her industrialist father in his business. But dad, is aware of his intention, and hence refrains from entertaining him. At every given opportunity, he humiliates him. Prakash is fed up. Rahul and Harry stay as paying guests with a South Indian family, but they have no money to pay rents last six months. Rahul is in love with the landlord's daughter Anjali (Twinkle Khanna). And Harry is the local Romeo, who has loads of false praises for people and he showers all this on the local goonda Aslam Bhai ( Jonny Lever). Aslaam bhai has a dream to become a hero in Bollywood and Harry exploits this opportunity. Here, Anjali's father is all set to marry her off to a wealthy man, and Rahul goes mad in search of a job. Rahul and Harry plan to rob some rich guy and include Prakash, who has been fuming underneath to take revenge on his father-in-law. With Prakash's advice the duo kidnap his wife Sapna. Rahul and Harilal, disguises as Khalid Mohammed and Sultan Ahmed, two dreaded gangsters. Till this point the film is sheer fun. The second half is concocted from different film, where, the punt takes a serious turn when Sapna is actually kidnapped. But, like all Hindi film, Niwas, makes things easier for the heroes, to rescue the Sapna and end the film with a happy note.
Niwas's second film is once again reminiscent of his master Ram Gopal Varma way of filmmaking. There is a strong sense of de ja vu, in the song 'Aslam Bhai ..Dubai ka chachma', that seems to exude an air of 'Satya's 'Goli Mera bheje mein. Of the cast, Aftab shows excellent comic timing and manages to steal the show. Fardeen also does a decent job. Saif Ali Khan is apt as the fraustrated Rahul. Sonali is impressive. But it was Johnny Lever, who steals the show with his antics, one liners and perfect comedy timing. To sum up the film is a Paise Vasool.


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