Mere Baap Pehle Aap - Notepad
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Gaurav (Akshaye Khanna) is frustrated with his father (Paresh Rawal) getting into trouble because of his friend (Om Puri). Meanwhile, he is also being harassed by a stranger, Rose (Genelia D'Souza).
Nothing really! Except for the broad concept.
What did not
- There was something terribly wrong in the way some of the scenes were recorded. The voices were echoing as they would in a theatrical play.
- Rane-Mathur (Paresh Rawal-Om Puri) trying and failing miserably in pulling a Jai-Veeru (where Veeru asks Jai to ask the girl's hand in marriage on his behalf).
- How come Rose calls Gaurav on his landline numbers when the visiting card she gets actually has only a mobile number on it?
- The side-side actors were really awful! E.g. the prostitute in the park
- How come the "nana-nani" park had no kids and no play area? How come it was populated by young couples?
- Wasn't Bapu (Paresh Rawal) dancing like Dev Anand? Then why does Shikha mention Shammi Kapoor?
- Why are we never shown what "teacher" is actually thinking? It feels like a huge gap!
- As usual, the comic relief Rajpal Yadav suddenly disappears from the story line.
- The scene between Om Puri and Paresh Rawal could have worked so well, only if it were half the duration.
- The sudden transformation of Rupali, Paresh Rawal's older daughter-in-law.
- Which grocery store has a snack section that is spacious enough for two adults to run around beating up each other?