Thursday, 15 December 2011

Latest Movie: Ye Stupid Pyar (2011) Movie Review Description

Ye Stupid Pyar
ProducerRakesh Jain
DirectorRakesh Jain
MusicVipin Patwa, Reeky Dev
WriterRakesh Jain
LyricsSanjay Mishra , Arafat,
Yusuf Ali Khan, Rakesh Ja
Release Date
Jatin Khurana, Abhishek 
Khurana, Noopur Patwardhan,
Neha Dalvi, Akansha Shivhare

About Movie :-Abhishek Khurana, the only son of a rich business man - handsome and hardworking is well settled in USA dreams of marrying an INDIAN GIRL.On his visit to India he meets, NEHA DALVI who takes classes for salsa and yoga and lives with her father.
Abhishek joins the Salsa classes leaving no opportunities to be closer to her and cherish every moment that they spend together as friends. Abhishek expresses his concern and as a gesture of true love, decides to join his Bangkok office instead and offers Neha to celebrate their first wedding night at their new destination - THAILAND - to be flown the next day. Life becomes so sweet and adorable, everything gets going smoothly as Abhishek reaches home from his first day of office and gets a very passionate first night gift from Neha. Destiny plays its part and things take a turn when the life of Abhishek and Neha is disturbed under circumstances beyond their control. Abhishek meets Simran and his friend multiplex who gets involved in bringing them out of the situation. Though Simran always had feelings for Abhishek, since their college days of which Abhishek was always unawre. while she helps him in all the possible ways she could. Simran seeks help of her dear friend Multiplex and their extensive search for Neha begins.

What goes through the lives of Abhishek, Neha and Simran is the explanation to their confusion about love.
Shooting Locations : Thailand

About Music:-
There are eleven track in the album including three remix and one Instrumental. K.K,  Shreya Ghoshaland Shaan gave good music to this film.

Movie Review:- The storyline which start with NRI Abhishek (Jatin Khurana) meets salsa teacher cum gym trainer Neha (Noopur Patwardhan) and falls in love with her. They get married and move to Bangkok – on her insistence – but she disappears the first day itself. Enter Abhishek’s college best friend Simran (Akansha Shivhare) who helps Abhishek in finding Neha and the reason behind her leaving Abhishek.
Rakesh Jain’s story is quite childish. Even the screenplay (credited to no one) is immature. Newcommer Jatin is no hero material. His looks and his performance are very ordinary. Noopur also makes a dull debut. She is average as far as her looks are concerned. Akansha Shivhare (as Simran) acts with sincerity. Music (Vipin Patwa and Reeky) is okay although the songs haven’t been popularised.

Source - whereincity


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