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Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu

Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu

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Language Hindi
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Actor(s) Imran Khan, Kareena Kapoor, Boman Irani, Ram Kapoor, Ratna Pathak Shah
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Rahul Kapoor (Imran Khan) is on his way to become a copy of his parents when he suddenly loses his job as an architect in Vegas. Afraid that he has let his parents down, Rahul decides to hide the truth from his parents and find another job. By a twist of fate, he meets Riana Braganza (Kareena Kapoor), a quick-witted hairstylist, who is everything he isn't. A series of events lead them to meet on Christmas eve over a few drinks. Following this night of debauchery, they wake up to discover that they've gotten married. Now, Rahul has more than just his job loss to hide from his parents. They both decide to get it annulled as soon as possible and get an appointment from the court in ten days. Over the next ten days, they have their share of arguments, moments and laughs that results in an unlikely friendship. Towards the end, Riana and Rahul fly back to India, where amidst reflecting on their childhood past, Rahul attempts to kiss Riana, but Riana deflects. Rahul takes the rejection personally and amidst a family dinner, erupts in anger and divulges the complete truth to his parents and their business partners. As Rahul rushes back to Riana to express his apologize for his behavior, Riana explains that she never intended him to fall in love with her while Rahul argues that her actions led him to believe that she had equal feelings for him. After a night of reflection and thought, both decide to maintain their friendship. the film ends with both returning back to Las Vegas, finalizing their annulment and moving on with their lives, while remaining good friends, with Rahul still hoping to convert his friendship into love.
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Language Hindi
Publication Date January 1, 2012
Theatrical Release Date February 3, 2012
Format Video CD
Genre Romance
Censor Rating U/A (Parental Guidance)
Actor(s) Imran Khan, Kareena Kapoor, Boman Irani, Ram Kapoor, Ratna Pathak Shah
Director(s) Shakun Batra
No of Discs 2
ESRB Rating Teen
Studio Big Music

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  1.  Ek Mein Aur Ek Tu: A perfect average 9 June, 2014 On
    When it comes to romantic films, some things never change for us – Yet again the lead pairs sing when they get drunk at foreign location, yet again they end up sharing a bed and don’t make out, yet again they deny their love, yet again Kareena Kapoor plays Geet, yet again Imran Khan plays a heroine, yet again we find solace in smart editing, aesthetic cinematography, good performances, and confident direction. The film, Ek Mein Aur Ek Tu is no exception, but does give you value for your time and money.

    Shakun Batra, a first-time director, who has been Assistant Director in films like Don and Rock On, and even played a cameo in Jaane Tu…Ya Jaane Na, in his interview for a leading magazine quoted that he was very clear about the kind of film and aesthetic treatment for it, making it a slightly non-plot film, where characters do more of the talking ala Woody Allen films.

    Well, if there’s where the director was heading forth, he’s bang on. The statement should have been a disclaimer in the beginning of the film, rather than a ‘three types of kids’ narration of a non-plot story that chronicles two weeks in the life of Rahul Kapoor (yet again, we have a lead with the name of Rahul) jab he met Riana Braganza (yet again, Kareena Kapoor plays over the top hero).

    If Stanley Kubrick’s ‘Clockwork Orange’ was about reforming a wild teen through psychological conditioning, Shakun Batra’s ‘Ek Mein Aur Ek Tu’ is just the other way round. The treatment of the film is undoubtedly HS (High Standard, if you remember Sarabhai v/s Sarabhai), but the characters seem caricatures. For instance, Imran Khan wears an expression that reads: I am a good boy and will underplay my role unless when asked to dance or get drunk. Kareena Kapoor’s face screams: I am a cool girl and overplaying my role is my birthright. Ratna Pathak Shah’s face reads: The brief is loud and clear folks – I am playing Mrs. Sarabhai. Boman Irani’s face reads: I am a businessman playing the role of Pran in Sharabi or every other rich dad in a Hindi film.

    If Kapoors are staid, the Braganzas are chilled out, especially the actor who plays Riana’s dad. The warmth and ambience of the Braganza home evokes memories of ‘uthe sabke kadam’ from Baaton Baaton Mein. The music of Ek Mein Aur Ek Tu is foot-tapping, peppy, heart-warming, and lilting – all at the same time, which has consistently been so, every time Amit Trivedi’s guitar strings have locked horns with Amitabh Bhattacharya’s keyboard. The duo seems to be having fun weaving screenplay of the film in guise of music and lyrics. The music does result into ‘uthe sab ke kadam’ moments, be it the foot-tapping ‘Auntyji’, pepply ‘Talli hai zameen’, heart-warming ‘Gubbaare’, and lilting ‘Aahatein’.

    The highpoint of the film is undoubtedly the outburst scene of Rahul Kapoor in the climax during the deal-dinner with his parents and family friend, which includes a woman pouncing upon him stealthily. Unlike other films, the scene doesn’t ensue to a change of heart for his parents. This is subtly hinted when the character of Ratna Pathak Shah wonders, “What’s wrong with chopsticks?” The film has a core message and it delivers without much ado. The film, like its lead character, doesn’t try going overboard, get melodramatic, exaggerate, or bore you. It just remains the way Raina rates Rahul: Perfect Average.
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