Ek Main Aur Ek Tu - Notepad
Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu is a mildly likeable, sweet valentine gift in an "it’s the thought that counts" way.
There's a chance you'll like it better if you haven't seen the trailers, because the best gags are covered by them and thus take away from the movie-watching experience.
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This page has additional observations, other than the ones noted in the main review.
Boy marries girl after 5 hours of boy meet girl. Annulment ensues. Meanwhile, they become friends, and...
- The background music of the opening scene.
- Rahul's father's (Boman Irani) lines, that implied pressure. Unfortunately, I know such parents in real life.
- Kareena Kapoor's entry - just because it was non-dramatic.
- The casual manner in which a taboo subject as a visit to the psychologist was introduced.
- Kareena Kapoor's giggly laughter when she finds out what happens between Imraan and Anusha.
- Imraan Khan's pansy hand movements when he gestures that he is shy just pre-interval. Rather cute, moreso because it goes with the character.
What did not
- For a kid who read, "Freud for beginners" Rahul seemed very uninitiated. Good joke, but misplaced.
- The kapaal-bhaarti sequence.
- Rahul (Imraan Khan) rehearsing the explanation of annulment.
- The Japanese interview
- The day at spa - such a nice idea, but such dull dialogues and events.
- The attempt at sex and humor in the loo scene.
- Rahul from 2012 dancing to a song by Rahul from 1998. So not happening!
- Rahul's big realization that is very abrupt.
- The suitcase closing scene. The innuendo was so lame given the context of the film.
- The light on/off scene - how tiring!