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Gori Tere Pyaar Mein
A story of a boy and his struggle to cross a bridge to bridge the gap between him and his love!

Gori Tere Pyaar Mein

22 Nov, 2013
2 hrs 28 mins
166 votes
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Sriram Venkat is the most shallow guy on earth who does not value relationships, family, friends, life or the country. Not necessarily in that order. Because he could not care less about the order. This makes him the black sheep of the family.

At some point this shallow man begins to narrate the story of the crazy relationship he shared with Dia Sharma. His ex-girlfriend. A firebrand social activist who wanted to change the world. An attraction which was physical initially but then got emotional and finally veered into complex territories resulting in a clash of ideologies and mindsets which drove them apart. Bitterly. Sriram believed that charity begins and ends at home. Whilst Dia felt that you have to be the change that you want to bring about.

However Sriram realizes that he is not over Dia and still loves her and that she is the best change that ever happened and will happen to his life. But Dia has moved on and is now in an obscure village in Gujarat called Jhumli.

Sriram lands up in Jhumli to take his love back But Dia refuses to return with him. Frustrated and faced with the ultimate challenge, Sriram realizes the only way he can impress upon Dia to come back with him is by making Jhumli independent. By helping others something he is just not accustomed to do. This is the biggest irony of his life.

What he does not bargain for are the various road blocks he might face, in the face of politics, corruption and clueless villagers. But the biggest hurdle he faces eventually is himself. His own moral fabric which isn`t upto the challenge he has undertaken.

Will Sriram be able to win back his love? Will he be able to bring about the change in Jhumli as well as in himself??? This is the story of a boy and his struggle to cross a bridge a bridge that bridges the love and gap between two people.
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Meet the gorgeous gora-gori jodi of this village-side story. Dia (Kareena), a social worker living in Bengaluru. There she meets the phoren-educated architect Sriram (Imran) - who she calls `Sridevi`; a misfit and `black` sheep in a traditional, lungi-clad Tam-Brahm family. He`s carefree, casual about love, lazy and shows little humanitarian inkling. She`s a fiery, righteous rebel, a mini `Mother India` who fights for everything `unfair`. They fall in love, but their ideologies are unaligned, so over some `tooh-tooh main main`, they split up and move on. He moves on to Vasudha (Shraddha), the pretty matrimonial pick, while Dia heads to a remote village in Gujarat. ...Read full review
On the poster of Gori Tere Pyaar Mein, Imran Khan and Kareen Kapoor Khan sit on opposite sides of an unfinished bridge with the words Only love can bridge the gap written below them. If only the director had been able to perform the same function. Gori Tere Pyaar Mein is essentially two different films separated by an intermission, with a few, weak common threads between the two. ...Read full review
Men are from Mars and women are from Venus, but the characters in director Punit Malhotra`s Gori Tere Pyaar Mein are so flat-out uninteresting, you have to wonder if they`re from another galaxy altogether. Sriram (Imran Khan) is a rudderless Bangalore brat who`ll skip his aunt`s funeral to continue partying with his friends. Diya (Kareena Kapoor) is the kind of social activist that can exist only in a Karan Johar film, one who backs a new cause every day. ...Read full review