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    I watched Chak de India on Saturday... One of the better movies to have come out of the Indian cinema in recent times... Shah Rukh Khan is just superb.... had underplayed his part
    beautifully.

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    I watched a pirated version of Khuda Kay Liai today. I watched it with great anthusiasm, expecting something special. In my opinion it was just another movie. We can not get anything out of it except for the fact that if one mullah says one thing, there is always another to say the opposite.

    At this point in life I understand that when one can read so many books to make a living, for becoming a doctor, engineer, it consultant, etc. Why we can not read Quran and Hadith books ourselves? If we do that nobody has to ask them and drive these mullahs out of business.

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    Watched House of Wax

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    Watched Zodiac ... David Fincher (earlier works - Fight Club and Se7en) doesn`t disappoint ...

    8/10 ...

    Felt a bit more of multi-dimensionality should have been attached to Zodiac`s character ... Also, the characters of the old couple who decipher the cipher sent in my Zodiac should have got longer screen time ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoaib Akhtar's Fan
    Watched House of Wax
    lol

    Only one reason to even watch that movie. But still, inclusion of Paris Hilton should have been reason enough not to watch it. Her dying scene was cool though. She deserved that.

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    1408

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    What was the last film you watched?

    I couldnt find the previous thread which was in this forum and had a similar title. If we locate it, then I'll merge it

    We watched 2 horror films this weekend. Hostel 2 and Black Christmas. Both were ok, nothing great, in fact I would say Black Christmas was slightly better.

    Lots of gore and blood in Hostel 2, but Black Christmas was more scary.



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    At the cinema: Michael Clayton with George Clooney.

    On DVD: Outlaw with Sean Bean

    Last Bollywood at the cinema: Partner


    Imran Khan but Immanuel Kant

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    The third Resident Evil... not as good as the first i think but alot better than the second. Very gory though ...

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    Last bolly in cinema: bool buliya (6 out of 10)
    Last holly in cinema: Saw 4 (7.5 out of 10)
    Last dvd: Partner (6 out of 10)

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    inside man : 8.5/10
    bolly:jhonny ghaddar crap movie 0.5/10


    you really can't beat the game. If you earn anything, it's minus taxes. If you buy anything it's plus taxes.

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    wrong turn 2 : very good ,better than teh fist one , 7/10


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    Quote Originally Posted by adi 101
    Last bolly in cinema: bool buliya (6 out of 10)
    Last holly in cinema: Saw 4 (7.5 out of 10)
    Last dvd: Partner (6 out of 10)
    watched bhool bholiyan as well... and it was better then a 6...

    at least an 8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plasma
    watched bhool bholiyan as well... and it was better then a 6...

    at least an 8
    It was a good movie for about 3 quarters but the ending just got a bit too boring, they were some good laughs in the movie though....

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    Quote Originally Posted by from_da_lost_dim3nsion
    inside man : 8.5/10
    bolly:jhonny ghaddar crap movie 0.5/10
    jhonny ghaddar - just the name should earn it 3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plasma
    watched bhool bholiyan as well... and it was better then a 6...

    at least an 8
    it was alright ,nothing sp 5/10 , if you really wanna see some good bolly movies then see khosla ka ghonsla, 1:40 ki last local .

    seen manowarma 6 feet under: decent movie.. 7/10


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    The Devil's Rejects

    Rob Zombie can really direct, much to my surprise and yeah shery moon zombie is HOT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by from_da_lost_dim3nsion
    it was alright ,nothing sp 5/10 , if you really wanna see some good bolly movies then see khosla ka ghonsla, 1:40 ki last local .

    seen manowarma 6 feet under: decent movie.. 7/10
    haha are you serious?? iv been avoiding especially these two movies for some reason...

    i guess i should watch them...

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    resident evil extinction it was ok but then again as soon as the action begins the movie is over with

    dvd i just watched bhool balaiyaan it was a very good movie something different n very funny

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    A Nightmare on Elm Street 3

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    2001 : A Space Odyssey

    Very artistically directed movie ... the visuals are stunning and the music chilling.

    However the plot is a complete stinker .. way to vague and open to interpretation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kashif77
    2001 : A Space Odyssey

    Very artistically directed movie ... the visuals are stunning and the music chilling.

    However the plot is a complete stinker .. way to vague and open to interpretation.
    can't believe that i haven't watched it yet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PlanetPakistan
    can't believe that i haven't watched it yet!

    fantastic movie ... aside from the fact that it doesn't make any sense


    here's a link to some of the memorable scenes from the movie -

    http://www.youtube.com/results?searc...&search=Search

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    Quote Originally Posted by kashif77
    2001 : A Space Odyssey

    Very artistically directed movie ... the visuals are stunning and the music chilling.

    However the plot is a complete stinker .. way to vague and open to interpretation.
    i have heard that from people who have not had an opportunity to read the book. i highly recommend it. but nonetheless here is a quick guide to 2001 A Space Odyssey.

    the opening sequence with the apes denotes a period of fragile balance where the ancestors of humanity were suspectible to their environment such as diseases, predators, lack of nutrition etc. It was in this period of uncertainity, the first monolith appeared. and the appearance of the monolith inspired in those apes a revolution. they began to have creative thoughts and for the first time identified a bone as a possible weapon (the whole deal with the ape banging the bone on the stone) which they then used to defend themselves, hunt animals for food and therefore establish their supremacy in the food chain, permitting humanity to evolve.

    the appearance of that monolith inspired in human beings a change, and it would bring about significant leaps in intelligence which would prove decisive at different stages of our evolution. the first appearance established us a the most powerful and intelligent predator.

    the second appearance: TMA 1 (Tycho Magnetic Anamoly 1), found on the moon inspired the next significant leap in human intelligence, symbolized by the construction of the spaceship Discovery. The objective of this Discovery was to investigate a signal that had been sent by TMA 1. turns out, TMA 1 when it was discovered was burried under the lunar surface (artificially burried) and when it was dug up, and exposed to sunlight, it emitted a brief signal directed towards one of the moons of saturn. in the movie, the signal is directed towards one of the moons of jupiter. it became rather obvious, that the second monolith was supposed to be an alarm or some sort of alert signal. i.e. when humanity has advanced to the level of exploring its satellite, it would inform on humanity to the creators of the monoliths.

    discovery sets of for jupiter and it is here where the problem occurs. the crew of discovery is not informed of its mission, i.e. explore the destination of the signal from TMA 1. the crew is told it is merely sent to explore jupiter and its moons, but its autonomous computer: HAL 9000 developed by "dr. chandra" at university of chicago, is the only entity (if it can be thought of as one) which is aware of the true objective of the mission: explore the signal's destination.

    the computer, programmed to be logical and honest begins to experience a contradiction when it has to disemble to the crew while maintaing a secret agenda. this causes it to suffer a conflict and in this conflict, it turns on its crew, murdering them when it feels that its very survival is under threat.

    however, dave bowman proves to be more than HAL 9000 and he assumes control of the ship, and he then encounters the TMA 1's signal's destination: a giant monolith between the orbits of jupiter and one of its moons. he goes to explore the monolith when the next stage of human evolution occurs (as it always has whenever it comes in contact with a monolith). this stage requires a almost pseudo devine evolution where dave bowman transends from a mere human body to a "star child". a star child who is no longer limited to its human body, and has incredible material power to manifest objects and events. and this star child (the ultimate stage of human evolution) then watches over the earth as a guardian.

    in the book, there is an emminent war between united states and soviet union and the star child manifests its desire which disables and renders ineffective all the thermo nuclear weapons the two countries has pointed at each other, thus removing a major threat to humanity.

    the movie might seem a bit obscure and ambigious to first time viewers since it was directed at the same time as the book was released. arthur c clarke had a vision and he shared it with stanley kubrich who then used his own creativity to create the movie (possibly the greatest sci fi movie ever made) and released it along with the book.

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    ok i didn't wanted to start a new thread ,but i am trying to find out the name of this one movie that i only remember some scenes of, and since you guys know a lot about movies i am going to ask it here :
    It was when i was about 6-7 yrs old and my mamu was watching this movie with his friends and i wasnt allowed to see it because supposedly it was a controversial one (may be even banned in pak )... neways ,the opening scene had adam completely naked lying on a beach , and after some time eve comes, and then they were eating grapes or something , thats all i remember of the movie. the memory is very vague since i was just a little kid back then , watching this movie is one of the things i wanna do before i die .........i have tried asking many people abt it but nobody seems to know about it !may be one of you guys do ??.i have been really curious abt watching this movie because i wasnt allowed to watch it back then......... !btw the i was born in 85 so i guess the movie was made in late 80's or maybe early 90's ? i m not sure!!


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    watched a few movie over the weekend :-

    Bhool Bhulaiya (5/10)

    Laga Chunari Mein Daag (7/10)

    The Hitcher (5.5 /10)

    How to lose a guy in ten days (8.5/10)

    Raising Helen (6.5/10)

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    TV on B4U I watched ajnabee

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    Good luck chuck (7.5/10)

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    Dragon:The Bruce Lee story.A well made movie about the greatest martial artist to have ever lived only that they didn't make it clear how he died!?

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    Last movie in theatres - Bhool Bhulaiya. Didn't like it.

    Last movie at home - Trainspotting. Quite good.

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    Stardust. Not my type of movie, but I was surprised that it was very enjoyable! It's going to win many Oscars I feel.

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    I watched Spider-Man 3.


    Cricket is one of the greatest sports.

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    Ratatoullie : Nice animated movie about a rat that is chef!
    2nd half of Pirates of Carribean 3: was a bit disappointing the last part turned out to be a drag

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    bhool bhulaiyaa was quite good actually, akshay kumar as usual was superb.


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    The invasion !

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    saw DIE HARD 4 not sure if its 4 but the new one...
    watched almost 3/4's of it before i dozed off
    was too lazy to finish the last bit following morning and had to return it to the vdo shop...

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    on TV: The Terminator...but couldnt watch ending and never have...


    "Is that a raincoat?"
    "YES IT IS!"

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    some crap bollywood movie called aap ka suroor...although i was treating it like a comedy so i got through it...


    Canada is Hockey, Hockey is Canada...Period...

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    just watched Jab We met.

    Although i usually don't like kareena's acting, she was superb in this one. One of the best in 2007 so far.

    Good movie. Recommend it

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    Michael Clayton. 's alright.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pak_Pace
    on TV: The Terminator...but couldnt watch ending and never have...
    He gets disassembled and broken for few years but He'll be Back in #2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aurangzeb
    some crap bollywood movie called aap ka suroor...although i was treating it like a comedy so i got through it...
    How was the "hero's" acting?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fawad
    How was the "hero's" acting?
    horrible!! and the girl wasn't much better either...

    Watched Laga chunri mein daag, first half was good, ending could have been a bit better...

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    Cool Runnings

    Excellent Movie!!!!

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    Rush Hour 3 - 8/10

    Bhool Bhulaiyaa 8/10

    last weekend...

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    PLANET TERROR! for a change the indian guy is not dead within the first minute...

    Rose McGowan... man that women weakens knees!

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    Bhool Bhulaiya and Hey Baby

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    I was watching Die Hard 4 last night and fell asleep after half an hour. Woke up just as the titles were appearing on the screen at the end.

    I didnt think much of it.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Plasma
    just watched Jab We met.

    Although i usually don't like kareena's acting, she was superb in this one. One of the best in 2007 so far.

    Good movie. Recommend it
    Yup, sweet, simple and light. One of the better romantic comedies in India.

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    Hollywood: The Bourne Ultimatum 9/10; 30 Days of Night 8/10; 3.10 to Yuma 8/10; Ratatouille 10/10; Gone Baby Gone 8/10; The Darjeeling Limited 8/10.

    Bollywood: Bhool Bhulaiya 8/10; Jab We Met 8/10; Dhol 7/10.

    Lollywood: Khuda Kay Liye (Story 0/10; Acting 8/10; Cinematography 9/10; Music 8/10)
    Last edited by b0wld; 4th November 2007 at 16:20.

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    Last movie I watched was Khuday Kay Liye on a "dvd". Really wanted to watch it at cinema but when it was advertised my local cinema wasn't listed. Days later I found out it actually is showing in my local cinema (Luton).

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    Watched 'Groundhog Day' again. Lovely film.


    Saeed Ajmal & Younis Khan: The Pride of Pakistan

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    Watched the Skeleton Key this afternoon..... The lovely Kate Hudson made it bearable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oxy
    Watched 'Groundhog Day' again. Lovely film.
    oh thats a good movie. bill murray was great in it and i had a crush on andie after seeing that movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plasma
    horrible!! and the girl wasn't much better either...

    Watched Laga chunri mein daag, first half was good, ending could have been a bit better...
    apparently the actress in aap ka suroor is just 15 years old, talk about child abuse


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fawad
    apparently the actress in aap ka suroor is just 15 years old, talk about child abuse
    no can't be, she was a child artist and this was he first film as an adult...

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    saw Stardust yesterday evening ... was far better than what i expected and definitely worth viewing ... quite a touching storyline to be honest ... ( for all you romantics )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plasma
    no can't be, she was a child artist and this was he first film as an adult...
    trust me she is around 15-16 years old, she played the role of a child artist in the film koi mil gaya in that film she was around 10-11.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fawad
    trust me she is around 15-16 years old, she played the role of a child artist in the film koi mil gaya in that film she was around 10-11.
    yeah just checked she is 16...

    but WTFFF 16?!?!?! she looks at least 22...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plasma
    yeah just checked she is 16...

    but WTFFF 16?!?!?! she looks at least 22...
    wow that himesh guy is more than double her age.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plasma
    yeah just checked she is 16...

    but WTFFF 16?!?!?! she looks at least 22...
    must have gained some weight to look older


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    this week i watched Spiderman 1,2,3 and harry potter 1,2,3,4,5
    lol

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    I was forced to watch The Devil Wears Prada

    I thought I was going to hate it, but I have to admit it wasnt too bad and was quite funny in parts.



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    Watched this Indian movie " No Smoking " a couple of days back. Although slightly confusing , i thought this was a good attempt at something different.

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    om shanti om------brilliant!


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    Oceans 13.

    Loved it. Slick, cool and well made - almost as good as Oceans XI and way better than Oceans 12.



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    Watched a film called Hitcher the other day with Sean Bean in it.

    Was pretty good, some horror and suspense. I wasnt too sure about the film, but it was a pleasant surprise.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rana
    om shanti om------brilliant!
    x2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saj
    Watched a film called Hitcher the other day with Sean Bean in it.

    Was pretty good, some horror and suspense. I wasnt too sure about the film, but it was a pleasant surprise.
    It's a remake of a classic...

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    saw "Waiting......" about a day in the life of waiters....
    then saw "Police Academy 1" on DVD

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    saw "Waiting......" about a day in the life of waiters....
    then saw "Police Academy 1" on DVD
    Top collection of police academy

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    Om Shanti Om - very good.

    Saawariya - Will not do well in Indian Cinema, i can assure you. Not because its a bad film, just the indian people can't understand/don't like watching these kinds of movies/ignorant to these kinds of film.

    no offense to anyone tho, i guess many pakistanis are included in that list as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plasma
    Om Shanti Om - very good.

    Saawariya - Will not do well in Indian Cinema, i can assure you. Not because its a bad film, just the indian people can't understand/don't like watching these kinds of movies/ignorant to these kinds of film.

    no offense to anyone tho, i guess many pakistanis are included in that list as well.
    due it was a freaking musical ,only old ppl can like it !


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    I watched a film called Captivity last night.

    Horror flick, pretty sick, but very watchable.



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    watched Austin Powers in Goldmember

    ...I have watched International Man of Mystery, and I think it was better than Goldmember...

    both were good though...


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    Lions for Lambs - excellent movie, directed by Robert Redford

    He stars as a political science professor, Tom Cruise a slimey US Senator trying to sell to journalist, played by Meryl Streep, a foray into Iran. Compelling viewing.


    Imran Khan but Immanuel Kant

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saj
    I watched a film called Captivity last night.

    Horror flick, pretty sick, but very watchable.
    Yeah I've seen it... but i thought the movie was total crap.
    I'm looking foward to this new indian flick Goal. Stars my favorite John Abraham and Bipasha Basu and is based on soccer. After the success of Chak De India I am expecting good things from this one too !!

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    By the way the last movie I watched was Ashton Kutcher's " A lot like love " . A very sweet and simple romantic comedy

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    Watched Bollywood film 'Saawariya' yesterday and am still regretting over it :******: . Such a boring film !!!!!!!!!............. But thank God as it took only one-and-half hours..... ...
    Last edited by DHONI183; 24th November 2007 at 15:27.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DHONI183
    Watched Bollywood film 'Saawariya' yesterday and am still regretting over it :******: . Such a boring film !!!!!!!!!............. But thank God as it took only one-and-half hours..... ...
    Hahah me and my cousins went to see Saawariya. They were showing OM Shanti Om at the same theater. There were 9 groups of people ahead of us, and ALL 9, I kid you not, bought tickets for Om Shanti Om. So 9 groups, let's say about 4 people each. That's 36 ppl straight that bought tickets for Om Shanti Om.

    I told my cousins this, and he's ilke "maybe we should see Om Shanti Om lol".

    Don't regret it at all.

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