The 5 year-late film came out only to depress people with the corpulent Kareena Kapoor and her onscreen Saif (Shahid Kapoor), whose acting complemented his juvenile looks. Kareena is portrayed as Priya who is more interested in having a family of her own than making a career, and in contrast to aaj ki naari, also expects her life partner to be disciplined and dipped in purity of ethics. Amit aka Emmy on the other hand defines life within the bracket of smoke, drink and party.
But their ‘milenge’ was possible through a tarot card reading by Kiron Kher who predicts Priya’s rendezvous with Amit which actually happens at a youth conference in Bangkok. Amit’s unintentional landing in Priya’s room leads to a twist for he lays his hand on her diary and plots to disguise himself as the prince she envisages. The other part of the film shows their love for each other as she’s convinced with the fake portrayal. But when the discovery happens, the shock leads to her putting their’ love’ to a test by making him leave his name and cell number on the note to buy a book and sell the same book with her name written on it to the bookseller. Yeah right!
Apparently, this was resorted to only to test whether destiny wants them to meet again, i.e he finds the same book and she the note, sometime in future.
The plot of Milenge Milenge, just like their acting in its infant stage, fails miserably to please the audience. After the successful ‘Wanted’ Boney Kapoor seems to be even above cloud 9 which led him to produce this undeveloped film suffering from every sort of malaise be it in direction or acting.
Milenge Milenge is dull and seems to have lost its charm 5 years ago, just like the lead pair.
Contributed by Dhrithi Gulvadi