Aiyyaa
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Aiyyaa

Hindi
Romance
12 Oct, 2012
2 hrs 29 mins
43%
38 votes
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Bollywood icon Rani Mukerji plays Marathi girl Meenakshi in this delightful `Amelie`-style comedy. Meenakshi lives with her eccentric family next to a smelly rubbish dump, lost in her dream like Bollywood fantasy world. She gets a job at an art college where she meets a soul-mate, a buck-toothed Lady GaGa lookalike and together, they go man-hunting until Meenakshi catches the smell of her dream man! She follows his scent and finds a hunky Malayali student, Surya (Prithviraj Sukumaran) who she stalks much to his annoyance. At the same time her barely sane parents are arranging her marriage to a good, sensible boy, who loves Marathi art cinema and planting roses. As her dream hunk mysteriously disappears, Meenakshi is torn: should she settle for the rose garden?
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It`s love at first smell for college librarian Meenaxi Deshpande (Rani Mukherjee), who falls hook line and sinker for brooding artist Surya (South Indian star Prithviraj) the moment she first catches a whiff of him. Meenaxi, the protagonist of writer-director Sachin Kundalkars bizarrely fascinating Aiyyaa, is a middle-class Maharashtrian girl with a heightened sense of smell, and a tendency to slip into a dream-like fantasy world of Bollywood numbers to escape the claustrophobia of her eccentric family. ...Read full review
Arrey Deva, hey kai? Kinky Kanda-pohey topped with sexy sambar-chutney? Of course, this can`t beat the madness of the dramatic Deshpandes. A family of `weird-Ums` - With aai, baba, bhau, aajji and dream-girl Meenaxi Deshpande ( Rani Mukerji), who`s truly the Queen of her filmi fantasies (she`s revisited every dream sequence as Sridevi, Juhi, Madhuri). So what if this D-family is busy arranging 6pm and 9pm shows of `Meet The Bride`, this one is no Balaji brand bahu, really. She needs more tadka in her life than what a plain diet of varan-bhaat can give. Meenaxi spends time chasing her unique olfactory senses (read: nose) and slipping into long dream-um sequences (where jumping, pumping, thumping, laavni, belly-dancing and more happen) AGB!!!(read: Aga Bai!). When a studly, mysterious Tamil boy Surya (Prithviraj) walks in `reeking` of manhood, sexuality and `fragrance`, this mulgi just doesn`t want to wake up from her wet dreams (funnily, he`s the one getting wet in all her dreams); so she starts reading books on Tamil fiction, watching Midnight Masala (Isshh!!), and turning aiyyaas to aiyyos. In the meanwhile, she also meets a potential groom, Madhav ( Subodh Bhave), who believes in filmi romance too, albeit the Farooq Sheikh - Deepti Naval type. ...Read full review

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