Bachna Ae Haseeno Movie Review

Movie: Bachna Ae Haseeno
Genre: Romance
Director: Siddharth Anand
Producer: Aditya Chopra
Banner: Yash Raj Films
Music Director: Vishal Dadlani, Shekhar Ravjiani
Star Cast: Ranbir Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, Bipasha Basu, Minissha Lamba
Release Date: 15th August, 2008

Why do girls always fall for a wrong guy? And why does the guy always repent at the end for not identifying his real love? The story of Bachna Ae Haseeno revolves around these puzzling questions against a backdrop of stylish tale of love and lust. The film is sporadic genre film portraying three different romantic incidents in the life of protagonist Raj ( Ranbir Kapoor), who is not exactly like Casanova but his promiscuity with women is no less than classic Venetian adventurer.

Bachna Ae Haseeno is all about a lucky boy who has three romantic moorings. While first two are just settings to get the girls but the third one is serious. Here, the new millennial Romeo with his wild, unpredictable and jaunty playboy characteristics entangles in three track love story. All the three tracks are dissimilar and have been given a different treatment.

The promise that Ranbir Kapoor displayed in his debut movie Sawaaria, has been continued in Bachna Ae Haseeno. He carries his role with elegance and looks a perfect chocolate boy. Minissha has done well with has given a creditable performance. Bipasa Basu has been given the most coveted role and she gives a spectacular peformance.But the most disappointing part was indeed the Deepika Padukoune’s role where the script didn’t allow her to do anything promising.

The music by Vishal Shekhar Ravjiani is soothing and has already become quite popular. Shilpa Rao has gotten her big break in “ Khuda Jane” song while KK with his usual high tone fetched the song to life. Other songs like “Ahishta Ahishta” , “Jogi Mahi” and the title song “ Bachna Ae Haseeno” are quite entertaining.

Director Siddharth Raj has done a good job albeit of a poor script. The story and script lacked imagination and innovation, especially in the second half when the movie has gone through some sad moments. The best part of the movie is its cinematography

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