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Their romance forms the first half of this film, but it is the second romance that is the truly moving one: Nandini has an arranged marriage to Vanraj (Ajay Devgan), who fell in love with her when he saw her singing ‘Nimbuda’/‘Lemon’.He does not sleep with her after marriage, when he realises she does not love him.There should be five to eight songs to mark nodes in the narrative, such as meeting, falling in love, union, separation and so on.
In the second half of the film, the plot has to find a resolution, taking the film to the full three hours.
The film uses songs composed but never used by the late Madan Mohan, mostly sung by Lata Mangeshkar, which give an older feeling to the film.
Their dramatisation in the film shows Chopra’s skill with film and music, perhaps the finest example being ‘Tere Liye’/‘For You’, about being willing to sacrifice for love, and ‘Dekh Lo’/‘Look’, another song about how love can overcome difficulties.
This romcom was much loved for superstar Kareena Kapoor’s depiction of a stereotypically feisty Punjabi girl, Geet Dhillon, who meets Aditya (Shahid Kapoor) on a train and forcefully persuades him to come to meet her family.
Her incessant talking and optimism initially irritate Aditya, but he eventually falls in love with her.
The trouble is that Geet is in love with someone else…