Anjaana Anjaani Movie Review

Posted by : Arunkumar . U | Saturday, October 2, 2010 | Published in

Siddharth Anand's 'Anjaana Anjaani' creates a colourful atmosphere but lacks a acute peg. Shot absolutely in the U.S., it's a bright production, big on the appearance caliber but slight on substance.

The basal apriorism - Akash (Ranbir) and Kiara (Priyanka) bang into anniversary added on a arch while aggravating to accomplish suicide. A few adverse bootless attempts later, they accomplish a suicide alliance but adjudge to accomplish the best of their "last" days. While they commence on a adventure aggravating to advice anniversary added accomplish their annoyed aftermost wishes, they balance themselves and additionally predictably abatement in adulation in absolutely filmi-style.

Cinematic liberties are in affluence in this film. While their adventures calm are fun to watch, it's not bright how they administer to armamentarium their agreeable expeditions. Akash and his accompany are absolutely bankrupt and acknowledge defalcation afterwards the banal bazaar plummets. And we never absolutely apperceive if Priyanka does accept a absolute job added than nursing her burst affection full-time. It is still amazing that while belief of 'Jobless in America' abound, our advance brace not alone eke out a appropriate active in New York burghal but additionally administer to accounts their misadventures after acid any corners.

Priyanka manages to attending hot and gets abounding befalling to appearance off her altogether bass body. While for the best allotment she does a appropriate job, at times, her achievement comes beyond as affected and looks like a atrocious attack to charm the Geet of 'Jab We Met'.

The absolute show-stealer afresh is already afresh Ranbir Kapoor. He is fun, attractive, adventurous and arrogant, all at the aforementioned time; never overdoes his abrupt and manages to accomplish an boilerplate film, a fun ancient watch.

If you accept watched 'Salaam Namaste' and 'Bachna Ae Haseeno' and affectionate of admired it, afresh Siddharth Anand will not abort you this time. Don't apprehend too abundant - there are a few fun moments, Vishal-Shekhar's music is average, the 'Aas Paas Khuda' cardinal by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan is acceptable and the packaging is glossy.