Hastey Hastey Follow Your Heart (2008)

  |  Comedy, Drama

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A colorful, energetic and humorous depiction of how globalization and technology have made the world a really small place.


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13 January 2010 | caiged
| A movie whose entire reel should have been left on the cutting floor...
I really feel bad about reviewing this movie as there is absolutely nothing good that I could find to write about that would lessen all the bad things. This is the kind of movie that belongs in the 70s and the kind that reaffirms my belief that Indian movies are shallow hollowed out husks.

There is no production value to the film- the editing is poor, the acting is poor and the storyline is a complete shambles. The pace is slow, predictable, painful and erratic.

Jimmy Shergill looks old and tired throughout the movie, not to mention a bit bored. There was no effort at all from him. Worse off his motions are robotic and mind numbing. He gets as close as he can to Sunny Deol, a grandmaster of wooden and one dimensional acting. The two main girls are terrible- the girl acting as Maya did nothing but whine on every phone call and her voice was annoying. The one who acted as Taanvi was worse, looking like a cheap slut in every scene and yet she's supposed to be an intelligent modern and professional working woman. But this professional woman likes to dance in clubs, take long baths while wearing full makeup and wear nothing but men's shirts...

There is no way to gain back the hour and half I spent watching the movie...thankfully it was only that long because shortly after the interval I watched the rest of the movie in fast forward mode (at max speed). In actuality this movie should get a 0 star rating but since IMDb doesn't have it I had to give 1 (though 0.5 would have been better).

Who should watch this? No one.

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Comedy | Drama

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$5,000,000 (estimated)

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