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Movie review

Ahista Ahista

Gets just too whisper-soft and much too slow. Languorous pace is okay but not if it's a liability to story-telling. And we certainly didn't need any Himesh Reshamiyya ditties.

Ahista Ahista
Ahista Ahista
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One of the classic moments in any romantic Bollywood film would be when the hero and the heroine meet for the first time. Instant sparks, profound eye-to-eye conversations and million flowers bloom out of nowhere. Last year, Bunty Aur Babli turned this notion of high romance on its head. Remember how B&B met at a railway station and Babli asked Bunty to accompany her to the loo at the end of the dark and lonely platform? Wasn’t that unusually prosaic? Now, Ahista Ahista undercuts the filmi romance even further. Ankush (Abhay) meets Megha (Soha) at a Delhi court where she has come to get married and calls her something unthinkable: "Sister"!

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