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IMDb talks to actor Suniel Shetty about his iconic role as Shyam—20 years later—in Hera Pheri, a cult comedy where three men find the answer to all their money problems when they receive a call from a kidnapper.
Dr. Shekharis in the hospital when Kavya Krishna, the reigning Miss World, walks in with a slit wrist. Shekhar is a happily married man who, along with his wife Nandita and their daughter Sheena has everything. When Kavya walks in it is love at first sight, and soon Kavya's and Shekhar's relationship is the talk of tinsel town. Nandita confronts him and he admits. Shekhar chooses Kavya over his family which is a choice he will regret. Nandita tries everything to stop him, but Kavya is an overpossesive woman. She will go to any length to keep Shekhar. He is her anchor in a world where everyone is with her but she is alone. Shekhar is now torn between two women. His choice will forever destroy him.Written by
The director, Vikram Bhatt is played by Aftab Shivdasani in the film. See more »
A Great Movie
I am an avid movie watcher but I watch very selective movies, I think Ankahee was a great movie. On one hand it portrays the problems a single woman faces immediately after she splits with her husband .. her insecurities, her commitments . everything is brought about fantastically in the movie. The scene in which Ameesha takes a three wheeler in the wee hours of the morning to get a job when her husband legally severs the relationship is very brilliantly portrayed.
On the other hand Esha too suffers a lot; she is however shown as a very intelligent person who predicts every reaction of Aftab. All psychosomatic diseases happen to over-intelligent people and to that extent the director is brilliant. I think it is a realistic and a very well shot movie with Aftab always having undertones of guilt which is very evident when he does not smile completely for a particular photograph which Esha wishes to take. Esha's acting too is very praise worthy.
Whether the film did well or not at the box-office ,I think the film deserves full rating.
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