Chirodeep Chakrabortyon 1st Aug 2003, 3:15am | Permalink
When I first watched this movie I didn't remember the scenes. But now I remember all the scenes that happened in the movie… like Ravi (hero) winning trophies in sports such as basketball, badminton, cricket and football. Then he directly heads to his house and calls up his dad. But his dad doesn't care about all this and puts down the phone. Ravi gets sad and starts behaving strange. One day he sees his dad sitting in a rocking chair smoking and talking to his officers. When Ravi climbs down the stairs his dad confronts him and asks him ‘why did you ring me up?’. Then Ravi says that he won a number of trophies in sports. Not bothered about all this he says to Ravi that he will be put into some new college. Hearing all this Ravi feels sad. The story goes like this..........
As ratings go, Yeh Dil is 'star'less in more ways than one. As remakes go, it is baseless in more ways than one. What else does it lack? Actually, we're biased - apart from originality, story line, performances, direction, costumes, music and punch, it has everything. Just like in Telugu.
The good ol' instant masala-mix reaffirms our faith in everything we believe Indian cinema to be. Teja thought he had found himself a place in history by inventing an action that stands for people in love. Here's news, Mr. Teja: weaving fingers together isn't one's idea of 'everlasting' love.