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An overstretched, archaic romance. Shah Rukh Khan is its minor saving grace

This birth, next birth. This generation, that generation. That God, this God. Empty, rhetorical conversations with God, in the garb of life-affirming faith. Yash Chopra’s Jab Tak Hai Jaan (JTHJ) has archaic ideas about love and existence, mostly concocted in its regressive characters’ heads. Unrequited love hopes for consummation in the next birth. The leading lady is a fatalistic believer in religion and self-denial. For a film spanning 3 hours, these antics, propelled by passionate love, are sore and laughable. The story of JTHJ, written by Aditya Chopra and Devika Bhagat, isn’t much of a story—just a patchwork of tried-and-tested situations, disclosing any of which will kill your thrill of guessing the next predictable turn of events.

http://www.livemint.com/Leisure/F9q8y3TrDY1KqvjL2AtVEO/The-love-ward.html

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  1. jealous hater of srk

    lol..the same review was postd at morning also gud way to spread negativity oh another time database error i thnk

  2. Tango

    jealous hater of srk

    Have you heard of the adage (Muhawra)- Buddha aur bachcha barabar hota hai?

    Well, I am the buddha (at 40 plus) and you are the bachcha :wink:

    Main kisi aur ka naam nahi le raha hoon, bas apna aur tumhara. Tum bolo koi objection hai to maafi maang loon?

    :wink:

  3. Tango

    To kehne ka matlab yeh hai ki agar main, ya mere jaisa koi aur buddha ek cheez ko baar baar post kar raha hai to get it that uddha aur bachcha barabar hota hai

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