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Starring: SHAHRUKH KHAN, RAVEENA TANDON, JEETENDRA, SHATRUGHAN SINHA, KIRAN JONEJA, ANUPAM KHER
'Zamana Deewana' is an unqualified stroke of genius and one of the most entertaining movies in recent time. Suraj (Shatrughan Sinha) and Lala (Jeetendra) were good friends before falling prey to the vicious tricks of Sundar (Tinu Anand), so much so that Lala believes that Suraj is to blame for his wife's death. They become greatest of enemies and create chaos in the city by inciting gang wars.
Asst. Commissioner of Police (Prem Chopra) has a criminal psychologist KD (Anupam Kher) and Shalini (Kiran Joneja) weave a plot to bring Rahul (Shahrukh Khan), the lively and spirited son of Suraj, close to Priya (Raveena Tandon), the ever-so graceful and elegant daughter of Lala, hoping to bring the two sides together. Needless to say that good triumphs over evil, but only after a number of out-and-out entertaining songs and dances, zestful capers, taut-action sequences, endearing romance, and tongue-in-check dialogues with a generous sprinkle of heartwarming bihari-accented Hindi
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||Shahrukh Khan, Anupam Kher, Asif Sheikh, Beena, Kiran Juneja|
||G. P. Sippy?|
|DVD Release Date:
||September 22, 2006|
|Average Customer Rating:
|| based on 3 reviews|
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Spoofy BollywoodAug 09, 2008
This is a very funny and well-done movie but a lot of viewers (judging from reviews I've seen elsewhere) never figure it out and so don't appreciate it. The keys to enjoying it: (1) a sense of humor (2)some prior experience with Bollywood films and (3) understanding that the police inspector is smoking something and having pipe dreams! This explains the over the top (even for Bollywood) nature of many of the scenes, which are not supposed to be taken as "real". Beyond the pipe dreams, the young lovers (the "real" characters) take over the movie in the second half, and this is just as funny as the first half - with some topnotch musical numbers, wonderful choreography and Shah Rukh Khan moments, and masterful Anupam Kher comic bits you aren't likely to see him get to do anywhere else. In short this is not your typical Bollywood movie but one that plays on those expectations. Either you'll love this one or you'll end up scratching your head and hating it. I loved it.
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Enjoyable Film!Apr 25, 2012
I really enjoyed watching this film. There are some brief humor moments at the beginning of the film which aren't the type of humor I usually laugh at. (Those moments were done by the actor who was trying to persuade the city council to unite the children of the feuding fathers.) But, that didn't detract me from enjoying the film. I especially enjoyed seeing Shah Rukh Khan.
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stupidJan 23, 2013
By Marlene Greger
I didn't even finish it and I am a great SRK fan. Quality was poor as well. I guess I will stick to his newer films