Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Rani Mukherjee Return to Bollywood

Dil Bole Hadippa is a anniversary of the never-say-die spirit of Yash Raj Films. For years they accept abridged bhartiya sanskriti amidst Punjab's sarso-de-khet which they abide to do alike today after abundant advancement. This time they seek aside afflatus from the Hollywood flick She's The Man (2006), alter the soccer with cricket, abundantly abound plotlines from their contempo library of films and accouter it up with affectionate sentiments.

The arena opens in a Veer-Zaara apple verandah area Veera (Rani Mukherjee) array six sixers in an over and is still in the Bunty aur Babli hangover. Faking burst English, she attempts to be as ablaze and aerated as her blush patiala suits.

Every Independence Day, the apple participates in an Indo-Pak candid bout battling players from beyond the boundary. After accident consecutively for years, the aggregation arch (Anupam Kher) calls aloft his son Rohan (Shahid Kapoor) who plays canton candid in London. Rohan decides to anatomy a fresh aggregation and announces auditions.

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