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Reviewer AishaSap
03/09/2010
may be a hit to some but to me its the worst movie i have ever watched.but songs are great.
Chalte Chalte adheres to the age-old Bollywood formula of two strangers meeting, falling in love and later getting married, only to get separated. Misunderstandings and lack of adjustments drives two lovers apart. In this period of separation the two take a stock of things and realize their own mistakes.
Chalte Chalte has many romantic and lighthearted moments, but overall the film reeks of usual Bollywood mush and schmaltz. The movie will appeal to those who dig candyfloss romance with a perfect 'Mills and Boon' setting. But for those looking for some substance Chalte Chalte drags.


I find it quite boring but many have different opinions
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