Throughout his life, everyone he's ever loved has left the lonely, successful business man, Ranbeer (Saif Ali Khan) . On a unclear, thoughtless situation, he ends up killing a couple in a car accident. In a debatable dilemna, the judge assigns him to take care of four orphans. However, these orphans hate him and want seek to take revenge on him. With the help from God (Rishi Kapoor) and guidance from a very special angel, Geeta (Rani Mukherji), will the household finally be united?
My heart goes out to the young Ranbeer. So much was shown in just one song. Everyone close in his life has left him. But no matter what, he was still ambitious and achieve all the materialistic things in life. Adult Ranbeer is more nonchalant, not showing much emotions. Just do the job and get it done! Saif was wonderful. It wasn't too much of a stretch in the acting department since he's shown his skills. Whether the film is a Being Cyrus, Omkara, or a Race, Saif is definitely an A-lister star!
God. Any other words? Well, I was glad that Rishi Kapoor played God. Thank goodness Amitabh Bachchan was not God. I like Big B but he's everywhere. He was recently seen as God in God Tussi Great Ho, as well. Yah for Rishi Kapoor. Short appearance but a pleasure to see him since he was in a lot of my childhood Bollywood films I grew up with watching.
Song #2 - "Bulbula"
Song #3 - "Beetay Kal Se"
Kids learn history, Geeta-style.
Song #4 - "Lazy Lamhe"
Malaika's birthday bash but the kids trash it
I really like this scene. Geeta advises Ranbeer to get to know the children. Then Ranbeer reminisces about his childhood into each kid.
I just thought the following pic was sooo cute.
This may not be 2008s best films of the year but it is worth watching. Just don't expect too much. Most of the time, you will end up disappointed.