Mr. Malhotra has an only daughter named Seema. He would like Seema to marry Pawan, the son of Gautam. Seema is receptive to this, and even arranges to meet with Pawan. While traveling alone one day in the country side, Seema meets up with Vijay, and both fall in love. Unknown to both, Mr. Malhotra has been approached by an international smuggler Niranjan Das, who is impersonating Mr. Malhotra's childhood friend, and has asked for Seema's hand in marriage for his son Roopesh. Seema subsequently has an accident and loses her memory. She is looked after by Gautam, who will not let anyone, including Vijay, to come anywhere near Seema. And even if Seema's memory does return, she will have to consent to marrying Roopesh, her father's choice
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Alexander P (ag) wrote: Decent if was a documentary and would have been a fantastic controversial piece if there was an agenda - unfortunately is neither - seems like a late night Panorama documentary - dissapointing
Mike L (mx) wrote: So badly acted, cast and written that it was ridiculous...
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Austin W (ag) wrote: a film that stars kenan and kels kenan thomson brings what is probably his best film. thats not saying much considering he played in good burger. but still this film has a few laughs and plays homage to the show quite well its worth a watch if youve seen the show.
Justin B (ca) wrote: I genuinely enjoyed it. Sue me. Reminded me of a modern day Conan with b grade execution.
Jaime L (gb) wrote: A generic Bond but certainly not the worst of the lot, seems to get too much hate. Certainly didn't irritate me like parts of other mediocre Bond films did, not even the silliest of the Moore Bonds. Well... him hanging onto that plane midair was pretty dumb but still... not a terrible watch.