Kareeb DVD
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Kareeb DVD

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Kareeb DVD

Réalisateur : Vidhu Vinod Chopra
Producteur : Vidhu Vinod Chopra

Avec : Bobby Deol, Neha, Abhay Chopra, Shammi Kapoor, Johny Lever
Musique : Anu Malik
Parolier : Rahat Indori
Genre : Romantique
Année : 2010
Langues : Hindi
Durée : 145 Minutes environ
Sous-titrages: Français +Anglais
Bonus : Non
Import – Multizones

Kareeb is a tender love story. But the film moves beyond love to encapsulate family , friendships, relationships. It is the story of a love lost and found, of passions played out against the enchanting mountains of Himachal Pradesh, of friendships and that stand firm against adversity, of unconditional relationships that tower above everything else. Birji ( Bobby Deol ) lives in the beautiful lakeside town of Rewalsar. The son of the town?s biggest textile merchant, Birji is the family prankster, full of jokes and naughty ?sharats?. His life changes when Neha ( Neha ) moves to Rewalsar. Neha is the daughter of a young war widow Chanchal ( Moushami Chatterjee ). Chanchal has brought up her daughter single-handedley and they share a specially close bond. Birji sees Neha for the first time at the lakeside , in evening light, as thousands of diyas are floated by people in prayer. Neha is dew fresh, smiling, ethereal, and very smart. At every turn, Neha stumps Birju???. ? Yeh mera saath hi aisa kyon hota hai ,? he asks. Over laughter and pranks, their love slowly blooms. Just as their relationship cements and happiness seems within reach, a harmless prank by Birju wrecks everything??????. their world falls apart. The action then shifts from Rewalsar to Shimla where we meet, among others, the hilarious Bhigelal ( Johnny Lever ), a laundry owner who dreams of visiting England. Uncle and auntie ( Shammi Kapoor and Sushma Seth ) and Abhay ( Abhay ), an upright doctor who comes to admire Neha and helps her overcome her personal crisis. It is a story of tears and laughter , happiness and despair. There are no villains here and no heroes-just life in all it?s glorious splendour.