Kuch Naa Kaho - 2003


Abhishek plays a guy who is under pressure from his family to look for a wife and Ash plays the girl who is assigned the task of looking for his prospective bride.

The movie is entertaining in the first half with the hero coming to India to attend his cousin?s wedding and finding himself being made a scapegoat for marriage. And the scenes showing the tiff between Ash and Abhishek too are interesting.

The romantic angle comes when Abhishek falls for Ash. But wait, there is a tantalizer in the offing. It turns out to our hero?s disappointment that Ash is married and has a seven-year-old son.

This is where the story gets complex. Despite her emotions Ash cannot express her true feelings to our hero. It becomes a case of love expressed through eyes -- Kuch Naa Kaho.

In spite of an interesting storyline, the movie ends up as an average fare partly because of insipid dialogues that fail to convey the complexity of the romance between the leading characters.

Although Ash doesn?t really look very convincing playing the mother of a seven-year-old son, Abhishek fits well into the role of a suave New Yorker. Abhishek?s acting comes to notice in his funny pranks with Ash?s kid. His encounter with his three prospective brides too evokes laughter.

On the whole, Kuch Naa Kaho is strewn with all the necessary ingredients that could take the audience?s fancy. There is romance (that edges on the forbidden boundary), there is comedy, there is some catchy music by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy and there is drama that brings out the complexities of the emotion called love.

Cast & Crew

Rohan Sippy
Ramesh Sippy
Shankar Ehsaan Loy
Javed Akhtar

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