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This Karan Johar production stars Kajol as Maya, the perfect mother whose life revolves around her three children, Aleya, Ankush, and Anjali, who adore her. Even though she is divorced, Maya has managed to make their daily life run smoothly in her house, and they are happy. However, when her ex-husband Aman, played by Arjun Rampal, introduces them to his girlfriend, the situation suddenly changes. Kareena Kapoor plays the girlfriend Shreya, a career-oriented woman, who doesn’t know much about children. A drastic incident brings the two women together in the same house. Maya and Shreya are in a unique situation as two mothers trying to make a home. If the story sounds familiar, it’s because it’s a remake of the 1998 Hollywood film, “Stepmom” with Julia Roberts and Susan Sarandon. Expect laughter and tears from this emotional family drama as Maya confronts Shreya and finds a way to bring everyone together to make a happy family. It will surely be a treat to see Kajol and Kareena sharing the screen and the music from Shankar, Ehsaan, Loy will enhance the experience. Watch for an Elvis tribute song.
“Anjaana Anjaani” Starring Priyanka Chopra, Ranbir Kapoor, Zayed Khan, Anupam Kher; directed by Siddharth Raj Anand; music by Vishal, Shekhar.
This story is about two strangers who meet in a most unusual situation. Ranbir Kapoor plays aloof Aakash and Priyanka Chopra is bubbly Kiara. After several failed attempts to be successful in their careers and love life, both decide to commit suicide by jumping off a bridge. However, they end up on the same bridge at the same time. The two strangers proceed on an odyssey of discovery and soon unknowingly experience the joys of falling in love. A series of hilarious misadventures trace their bi-coastal road trip as they go about fulfilling their last wishes. They part ways agreeing that their time together was a brief interlude of insanity that must come to an end as they return to respective realities. Can a hidden love between two strangers survive? The makers ask us to follow Akash and Kiara, along this hilarious, contemporary yet poignant journey of stumbling into all that is worth living for. The film has been shot entirely in the United States, including New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas and San Francisco.
-- Compiled by SHEPHALI J. RELE
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