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Kitne Door Kitne

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A beautiful mind
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Kiss of the dragon
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Kitne Door Kitne Paas...

Kitne Door Kitne Paas

Movie Review: Kitne Door Kitne Paas
Starring: Fardeen Khan, Amrita Arora, Sonali Kulkarni & Ayub Khan
Director: Mehul Kumar

Producer: Mehul Kumar
Music: Sanjeev Darshan
Lyrics: Anand Bakshi

Kitne Door Kitne Paas is a love story of an Indian boy Jatin (Fardeen Khan) and an Indian girl Karishma (Amrita Arora), both settled in the USA. Jatin runs a successful business there and is all set to get married

to Jaya (Sonali Kulkarni) who he has not seen earlier. Karishma too is on her way to tie the wedlock with Nimesh (Ayub Khan) who again is chosen by her parents. Just before leaving for India, they meet each other in a shopping mall and it was not love at first sight for them, rather something very contrary.
They happen to be in the same flight and after reaching Delhi, realise that their flight to Gujarat, their hometown has been cancelled. They hire a taxi, board a bus and then a hay cart before they reach their

destination, and finally end up liking each other before they part. Being highly tradition bound, they hide their feelings from their parents and to Karishma's dismay , she finds her best friend Jaya getting married to

the man of her dreams. Karishma's father does ask her to break her engagement and get married to Jatin but she refuses to do so. It is only in the marriage 'pandal' where the couples are getting married directly opposite to each other that a situation makes their dream come true, unnaturally though....
The film is loosely inspired by the Ben Affleck-Sandra Bullock flick

FORCES OF NATURE. Mehul Kumar does make a serious effort to bring in something new and different in the world of movies based on love stories and he does succeed but only to an extent. A couple of dramatic sequences are handled well by him. Cinematography by Mazhar Kamran is excellent especially

the scenes at Brisbane and Gold Coast. Dialogues by Imtiyaz Patel and Yunus Sajawal are commendable. Sanjeev Darshan's music has picked up much before the release of the movie. The four hit numbers are 'Humko Mohabbat Dhund Rahi Thhee', 'Deewana Dil Hain Mera' and 'Yaar Main India Chala'.
Performance- wise both Amrita and Fardeen need to work hard on their acting skills. Amrita does look and dances well but bad at

expressions and dialogue delivery. Similarly Fardeen, though he has a good screen presence , fails badly at expressions. Nasir Khan as Fardeen's friend is competent. Satish Shah, ketaki Dave and Tiku Talsania do well in their comedy roles. Other supporting actors are OK.
On the whole, Kitne Door Kitne Paas will certainly entertain youths of today and is a decent timepass.


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