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About the Movie
Naina (Preity Zinta) is a young woman, slightly not happy for reasons more than one. Her father committed suicide when she needed him the most, leaving Jennifer (Jaya bachchan), his wife all alone. Lajjo (Sushma Seth), Jennifer's mother-in-law blames Jennifer for the same. Furthermore, Jennifer is unhappy because Lajjo refuses to accept Gia, a 6-year old girl whom Jennifer adopted. Even the restaurant Jennifer is running is not doing well. In short, nothing is well on the Kapur family front. The only factors that redeem Naina's existence is her toiling and tolerant mother Jennifer and her bumbling stumbling MBA classmate Rohit (Saif Ali Khan). Meanwhile, Aman (Shah Rukh Khan) a happy-go-lucky guy arrives in Naina's neighbourhood and soon changes everything around, thanks to his contagious joviality and jest for life. He proves to be the messiah for the Kapur family in every sort...
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 7
- Fresh: 5
- Rotten: 2
- Average Rating: 7.2/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Fresh: This is a rich meal that may best be reserved for stomachs accustomed to such bountiful fare.
Fresh: Zinta, who's been carving a growing following the past three years or so, has never been better, definitively moving from juve roles to a charismatic young woman with her sexy, assured Naina.
Rotten: Bollywood musicals, those big, loud, colorful extravaganzas from India, are an acquired taste and much of Kal Ho Naa Ho doesn't translate easily.
Fresh: Kal Ho Naa Ho would be incomplete without Shah Rukh Khan.
One of the Best Movies
Everything about SRK is amazing. But this movie is extremely Bomb, and I've seen it like a hundred times and it never gets old. Watch it because you won't regret it 😄
Just amazing n loving it!!! Addicted :)))
Weeping Unatractively in my Tea. . .
Okay, this movie is basically a remake of Kuch Kuch Hota Hai. . . without the cheerful happy ending. I basically cried, and not just a little tear here or there - I mean face red unattractive crying for a substantive period of time. That being said, SRK was awesome as always, the songs were great, and I liked the cameos that Kajol and Rani Mukerji made - presumably another reference to the parent film Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, since they all starred in it with SRK.
- Genre: Bollywood
- Released: 2003
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