Cocktail
Sometimes Good Friends Maybe Too Good To Share...
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Cocktail

Hindi
RomanceDrama
13 Jul, 2012
2 hrs 27 mins
54%
172 votes
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CRITICS RATING
5 74
4 15
3 13
2 12
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2.8
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SYNOPSIS
Gautam (Saif Ali Khan) is an incorrigible flirt who runs after every girl he sees. Meera (Diana Penty) is a pretty girl with desi values and attire who comes to London from Delhi for a fresh start. Veronica (Deepika Padukone) is the spoilt bombshell who loves partying and drinking. Though different from each other, these three are perfect friends staying under one roof until friendship becomes confusing and love becomes complicated afterwards.
LEAD CAST
Director: Homi Adajania Cast: Saif Ali Khan, Deepika Padukone, Diana Penty, Dimple Kapadia, Boman Irani Synopsis: Gautam (Saif Ali Khan) is an incorrigible flirt who runs after every girl he sees. Meera (Diana Penty) is a pretty girl with desi values and attire who comes to London from Delhi for a fresh start. Veronica (Deepika ... ...Read full review
Those who love judging a film by its trailer will be quick to assume that this is another version of Love Aaj Kal. Those who watch American reality shows would spot similarities with Keeping Up With The Kardashians- as Saif looks old enough to father the two leading ladies in this film. But those who actually watch this film will know that its neither. ...Read full review
Alas, Cocktail, directed by Homi Adajania, is no saucy menage a trois, although it does involve three friends living together in London, a little too close for comfort. No, Cocktail falls firmly in the rom-com space. But even as the tone shifts uncomfortably from breezy, light-hearted fun, to heavy drama in the second half, youre never in danger of actually caring for the cardboard characters in this empty souffle of a film. ...Read full review
Why, Bollywood, why? Why this cold shower, this Vicky Christina Bar-Bar-Rona? Why must you promise a potent, heady concoction only to water it down with clichd club soda, like a sadistic bartender? Why must the most modern aspect of a contemporary film be the clothes the actors wear? Why must characters, in a bid to prove how blas they are, flip themselves the bird while trying on said clothes? And why - oh lord why - can`t films be as efficiently short as heroines` skirts nowadays are? ...Read full review

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