(Akshay Kumar) dreams of becoming a singer. The only person who stands
beside him is his girlfriend Anjali (Amisha Patel) despite his continuous
the scene comes Natasha (Karisma Kapoor), who completes the love
triangle seen many times in Bollywood films.
ensues in this love drama when owners of a music company Morani
(Gulshan Grover) and Torani (Ashish Vidyarthi) decide to take revenge
on Vicky for not accepting their offer.
we learn that Natasha is the owner of a music company and she makes
him an offer he cannot refuse - to make him a star.
unknown to Vicky, Natasha has an ulterior motive. She has been in
love with Vicky since the college days and so she has set up this
music company to tempt Vicky.
buys her story and he flies off to America leaving his sweetheart
behind. But once on American soil, Natasha makes the first move
toward Vicky. He resists but later gives in to her affections
time goes by, Natasha's love turns into 'fatal attraction' style
film has taken a long time to release since it was made - approximately
one year ago which makes the film look out of date compared to recent
musical score by Nadeem-Shravan might be melodious but again this
having said this, Karisma and Amisha's wardrobe appear fresh. Both
actresses have performed well and look great.
keep you engrossed even though we have seen similar stories seen
many times in Bollywood films.
Kumar looks great too and dances well in the musical sequences.
the whole, Mere Jeevan Saathi (meaning my life partner) is
a pure Bollywood masala appealing to the masses.
you are looking for intellectual cinema, then avoid this one but
if you are looking for a good time with fully flegded fantasy then
this film is for you!
by Manish Gajjar,
BBC Bollywood Correspondent