Tamanna Sahni (Shilpa Shetty) is a dedicated staff member of a top advertising agency, her ideas and designs have mainly contributed to the success of the agency. She leaves for a college reunion and meets her college sweetheart Rohit (Salman Khan). They rekindle their love for each other and share some intimate moments together. Eventually Rohit leaves and Tamanna settles back into her normal daily routine. When her sister, Tanya, has an accident she decides to give her own blood to save her. However her doctor, Dr. Raisingh (Revathi), tells her that she has been tested positive for HIV. Tamanna's world turns upside down and she desperately tries to get into contact with Rohit but in vain. Her situation is soon spread around the office and she loses her job. Angered by her unfair dismissal she searches for a lawyer to fight her case. Eventually Tarun Anand (Abhishek Bachchan) agrees to represent her...
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Susanna M (us) wrote: Better than I expected. Well executed.
Charles S (fr) wrote: So AMAZINGLY stupid, blows dodgeball out of the water.... loved it
Jochen W (ag) wrote: brilliant, and absolutely mesmerizing! weerasethakul's greatest achievement!
Grant T (ca) wrote: This was a film hat came out of nowhere to me. I liked the cast and the story sounded intriguing. Mark ruffalo and Laura linney play a brother and sister keeping minimal efforts to stay in touch who are very different people, yet seem to be bonded through events with her child, Rudy. Big characters suffer consequences of their actions throughout the film, and learn and seem to go about life. I loved how real this seemed, and was very pleasantly surprised with this hidden gem
Catherine T (au) wrote: Loved Simone Signoret in this and Oskar Werner... my first movie star crush!
Lucy V (ca) wrote: I'm a sucker for a smart romantic comedy :)
Calvin C (gb) wrote: A nice role reversal when it comes to who is the bread winner in the relationship. Grade: B+
Marc F (au) wrote: fun guilty pleasure.... throwback to 80s sci fi and 70s grind house....
Ian E (ag) wrote: Ambitiously incorporating major themes to represent an insightful portrayal where its performances have a lovable human touch.