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Sunday, March 18, 2007

Review: Just Married

Just Married (drama) **
Cast: Fardeen Khan, Esha Deol, Satish Shah, Kirron Kher
Direction: Meghna Gulzar S
tatic on the screen: that's Just Married for you. The film ostensibly traces five days in the life and times of a bunch of honeymooners and happily-together golden oldies, live-ins and the likes. But those five days seem interminable since the film has no pace, the plot has no movement and the drama is non-existent. What holds is the premise alone. How do two people break the ice in an arranged marriage and literally bare themselves before strangers? The possibilities are immense, but all we end up here is 'how does Esha Deol get into bed and have sex with her newly wed hubbie...' Oh come on! The girl simply drives you nuts with her grunts and moans as she tries to think of some excuse every night, while husband Fardeen tries his best to break the ice, bide his time and play the decent bloke in their honeymoon suite. He even separates the two beds, when he sees his missus slip on to the sofa in the middle of the night. But the crisp white cotton nun's nightie gets closer to the bride's body and the delicious blue negligee just withers away in the closet. The rest of the couples have their problems too, but none of them seem as banal as our priggish little miss' problem. You almost feel sorry for Fardeen as he plays the perfect — and patient — gentleman, time and again. As for chemistry, ironically, it's the golden oldies — Satish Shah and Kirron Kher — who display the most crackling camaraderie, despite the presence of a bunch of babalog...can't remember most of them in their forgettable cameos.

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