- Actors: Amitabh Bachchan
- Directors: Suneel Darshan
- Format: Anamorphic, Dolby, NTSC
- Language: Hindi
- Subtitles: English
- Region: Region 1 (Read more about DVD formats.)
- Rated: U (Universal)
- Studio: Shemaroo Entertainment Ltd
- Product Release Date: 18 May 2001
- Run Time: 174 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- ASIN: B01J19ACSU
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,282 in Movies & TV Shows (See Top 100 in Movies & TV Shows)
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Vijay Kapoor (Amitabh Bachchan) is an immensely successful and caring businessman. He's earned his wealth the hard way and believes there is no substitute for experience. His world comprises of his adoring family -- wife Pratima (Rakhee), three daughters Preeti (Juhi Chawla), Priya (Simone Singh) and Rani (Kunika) and son Ajay (Akshay Kumar). Rajesh Purohit (Mohnish Behl), a business graduate is looking for a job. He impresses Vijay with his efficiency and Preeti with his skill at solving crossword puzzles. Ajay, who is specialising in information technology falls in love with Nisha (Karisma Kapoor). He returns home for his sister's wedding. He is keen on starting out on his own while Vijay believes he should first gather the experience required to run a business. Ajay does not agree with his father's methods. The two clash, with each successive event serving to further the rift until Vijay orders his son to leave the house. The successful businessman, though, is soon duped by those he once trusted and is reduced to bankruptcy returns. Ajay returns and the father-son duo join hands to restore the family honour.
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There is a typical Indian clan lead by Amitabh Bachchan who is a champion in industry too. He is a mix of exemplary ethics and ego pride and other such human frailties. The family is challenged by many scenarios within that challenge the cohesiveness and loyalties of the group.
There are strong performances by Amitabh, Akshay Kumar playing his son, Juhi Chawla as his daughter, Karisma Kapoor the daughter-in-law and Mohnish Bahl as the new son-in-law and business associate.
It will either encourage you to think deeply about issues raised or alternately may make you decide not to think about them as there are some confused premises at times. For instance there is a long speech about violence not solving anything then a using of mob violence as a solution by the same person that gave the speech! As usual the views of another cultures can be mystifying at times but are still interesting.
This is one of those (long) Bollywoods where people hit the depths then are reinstated through divine intervention, purity of soul, fate/karma or sometimes just cleverness (or a mix of all of these).
I personally didn't find the music that memorable but it was OK, and there really isn't much dancing.
If there is a reason to watch it it is a Bollywood morality play (and they have an appeal in themselves)- and because these A-list actors are almost always very watchable.
I do agree with another reviewer about the subtitles. Mostly they were OK but at times we got a lot of white titles on pale backgrounds that were unreadable- or they just went missing for a short time at another point. I still got the gist though and they weren't the worst I've seen of this. I'll still be keeping this but if you are one that gets annoyed by this sort of problem you may decide otherwise.
Elsewhere on the Net this commonly comes in as 'average'