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Aap Muhje Achche Lagne Lage
Director: Vikram Bhatt
Hrithik Roshan, Amisha Patel, Kiran Kumar, Mukesh Tiwari, Nishigandha Wad and Jimmy Moses.
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Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage
Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage
Director Vikram Bhatt's 'Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage' (A.M.A.L.L) meaning "Head Over Heels In Love" has been much awaited with great anticipation.

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This is due to the fact that its stars include the current Bollywood heart throb, Hrithik Roshan and co-star Amisha Patel, both of whom catapulted to stardom upon their debut release of Kaho Naa Ptaar Hai two years ago.

Hence a pairing of this lethal combination once again by Vikram Bhatt is sure to pique the audience's interest.

A.M.A.L.L. is an emotional drama about Sapna, an innocent damsel who lives under the tight security of the underworld don, Dholokia who happens to be her father.

Being captive in her own home, Sapna has tried to escape her prison-like environment many a time but to no avail.

Soon the story takes a turn when Sapna is allowed to attend the nine-day harvest festival called 'ssiratri'. There she meets a handsome college student by the name of Rohit and both fall in love much to the dismay of her father.
There then follows a series of blood thirsty battles as Dholokia tries all he can to keep her daughter away from Rohit.

Whether Rohit does succeed in saving Sapna from the clutches of her father forms the climax of this love story.

Both Hrithik and Amisha have faired well performance wise which tends to bring memories of the previous blockbuster Kahno Naa Pyaar Hai flooding back.

Music by Rajesh Roshan is the highlight of the film which is further enhanced by the earth shattering choreography and breathtaking costumes especially in the 'ssiratri' song sequence.

To sum it all up, A.M.A.L.L. is a pure entertainment Bollywood style with the right doses of emotions and drama. Best of all, we get to see Hrithik on the big screen as the hero of this flick! So give it a 'decko'.

Reviewed By: Manish Gajjar

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