Monday, August 31, 2009

Ranbir Kapoor was very impressive in Bacchna Aye Haseeno.

Ranbir Kapoor was very impressive in Bacchna Aye Haseeno.

Ranbir Kapoor, being the son of superstar Rishi Kapoor and grandson of Showman Raj Kapoor had a lot to prove when he made his debut with the film Sawaariya. The beginning was not that brilliant if compared with Rishi Kapoor’s Bobby.

But Ranbir Kapoor bounced back with his majestic performance in the film Bacchna Aye Haseeno. The story of the young man getting involved with three girls namely Minissha Lamba, Bipasha Basu and Deepika Padukone. He almost cheated Minisha Lamba after spending a night with her in Switzerland and did not marry Bipasha knowing her to be a grand model.

But in the case of Deepika Padukone, he loved her and wanted to marry her inspite of knowing that she was a taxi-driver in Sydney. But later on Deepika herself realized that she loved Ranbir and decided to marry him at last. It was difficult to match the elegance of the three actresses Minisha Lamba, Bipasha Basu and Deepika Padukone in the film, but Ranbir Kapoor did it in style.

But the portion where Ranbir Kapoor went back to India to say sorry to Minisha and Bipasha, was very appealing. He showed the signs of a matured actor and had lot of similarity in dialogue throwing with Rishi Kapoor. He worked as servant of Bipasha to show that he was repentant about his own act. He showed the exuberance of a young man and also the calmness of a person who realizes and feels his mistakes made in life.

The music of Vishal Shekhar was classic, with hit songs like “khuda jain”, “ahista ahista”, “bacchna aye haseeno”, etc. Ranbir Kapoor has all the signs of a popular star and viewers can expect him to carry on the legacy of Raj Kapoor and Prithviraj Kapoor, along with Kareena Kapoor.

Ranbir Kapoor had shown in Bacchna Aye Haseeno that he can dance, he is equipped to play the role of characters who are born and brought up abroad. The viewers are looking forward to his performance in the new film Ajab Prem Ki Gazab Kahaani in 2009.

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