Break Ke Baad - Notepad
Break ke baad has Deepika Padukone and Imran Khan go all wordy and repetitive on us. You've seen the promos, you've seen the film. The few insights either get lost in the rambling or become redundant with every recurrence. Just like real life. But, of course, the film is far, far from it. So, watch if you've nothing better to do, haven't fought with the partner in a while and are missing the banter.
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This page has additional observations, other than the ones noted in the main review.
Girl (Deepika Padukone) and boy (Imran Khan)have been in love ever since they knew each other. But girl wants more in life than just love and boy is happy just with love.
- Loved the way the focus is drawn towards the names in the opening credits even while characters are being introduced.
- The Sunita scene. Lovely idea.
- The first catching up scene between Abhay and Aaliya.
- Nadia's sarcasm.
- The fact that Aaliya was always thinking about her mom.
- The moment of realization by Aaliya after the graduation ceremony.
What did not
- The references to other films and Shah Rukh Khan - whatever!
- The Sunita scene. Lovely idea killed by keeping it that long.
- Symbolic dialogue about "daag". Again might have been better if it had fewer words.
- Story doesn't move an inch till the interval.
- No, Abhay wasn't looking like crap when Nadia said he was. He was looking plain vanilla, alright.
- How come she's driving a BMW?
- In an arranged marriage, why would anyone send a photograph of their daughter fully dressed as a bride? Wouldn't that mean she was a bride once? Or did she dress up as a bride for the photograph.