Second half was still bearable.
Lately plagiarism has been tha hallmark of Mr Bhansali, in this movie his "inspirations are many, from Christopher Nolan's "The Prestige", Bhansali borrows the sabotage angle between rival magicians, but that culminates in an over-simplistic redemption.
Then from "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly", Bhansali steals memorable moments like the one in which the wheelchair-bound hero struggles with a stubborn fly, until he resigns himself to live with it. But it's the Oscar-winning Spanish film "The Sea Inside" that the director plunders most liberally from, taking full scenes and the dynamics between key characters too.
Intellectuals, Journalists, Critics et al blame people for casting their caste/ religion in the polls. Just choose 5-6 of these and get their view on a particular matter, they won't match.
Most of the critics have given a thumbs up to this movie (whether its a copy, dark and very un-filmi/ no masaala) but you can find few of them who will write against. Why the hell they blame others if the education they got doesn't make any difference in the final outcome of how they look at things?
This just says it all... :)
"I will never buy 100 gram of anything. Promise."
Saawariya was incredibly boring, would see this one just to see what better than that.. :D