~ As your best friend, is softly sung as our truly royal, by way of a long loyalty, friend opens the door of the limousine for her and leads her up the steps and down the aisle of the most beautiful church in the world. She is about to marry the love of her life and her best friend made sure it is all possible.
A foreign genre film made by the India calcitrant of Hollywood ~ Bollywood, a private community and a film mecca of the nation. The lyrics, a clip from a movie ~ Several scenes in the movie which stars Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif, the Bollywood Indian film company worked double overtime to show comic results while still embracing the serious subject matter of the film ~ The kind of love that leads to a lasting matrimony. A spur of the moment decision based on neither a minute retaliation over nothing, or physical needs and even politics repulses her on every now glad moot point of the face of the thing ~ Jazz orders a glass of vodka when she has to meet with the man she does not want to marry.
Depsite the fact that he is a family friend, Jazz is throughly repulsed by the old goat. Sneering at the idea of kissing a face that looks more like a female body part, Jazz drinks alcohol and fights hard not to regurgitate at the very idea of any intimate thoughts regarding the man. In order to appear loose, so he will reject her, this is the only way around her father’s wishes for her to date the man. She acts very drunk and begins discussing sex right away. When he seems not to notice her ploy to get rid of him, she brings up conversation about how much she likes and admires Osama Bin Laden. Knowing her date dislikes the man, she even insinuates she has a thing for Bin Laden.
He does not seem to care about what she is trying so very much to tell him. She resorts to the final tactical maneuver, and pressing hard on the reject buttton, moves in for a quick hit on the mission to date dump ~ Thus Jazz finally, ejects the impossible and arrogant, bull headed man harder than ever from out of the control seat. Face it, he seems like a funless workaholic who actually enjoys his persistence for boredom ~ A man who seems to love to do little else outside of life, save listen to the constant repetition of his own voice talk, has little going for him, no matter what kind of a show he puts on. And he certainly won the academy award for that, even hours before her unsuspecting date presented himself as a poor conversationalist while believing himself something, while all the while nothing. She attempts to convince her father that his proposed ideal is a poor match for her ~ And hopes to marry the younger and more exciting and fresh, dashing and intelligent man who shows up in an expensive red sports car later that week.
After all, she thinks this more approachable and feasible man an exciting prince of a catch compared to the old billy goat. At least, the man she finally does end up with, backs up his words with actions after he speaks. So inspired by his every second love and care for her, she feels good about herself at last, and she starts to wear the latest fashions again. The authentic man with his heart hanging on his sleeve, not apprehensive about forming a healthy love sustaining relationship uses wisdom ~ But, like Christopher Cross, he does not hold back for her real love. He knew the first time she stood before him that what the man sang is true. “When you see a chance, take it, for romance.” Wearing her dresses and modern clothing, she begins to sing song words to herself like, “Don’t you wish your girlfriend was hot like me.” His license plate is 1CB. Which means, Jazz is excited again, and for the first time in a long time, not sad at all. Jazz is having the time of her life, and happy to leave the gruff pet goat far behind in goatland.
Jazz, used to living like a hermit, deals with her shyness on the drive to Buckingham Palace to meet Prince Charles with her new love. Her female friend, Suzanne objects as she climbs into the left side of the sportscar anyway, telling him, “I am not dressed to meet a prince.” However, it appears that providence sweeps the new employee off of her lovely feet. And soon, clothing or the lack of something really high priced does not appear to be an issue. Now she is finally off to the destiny she always dreamed of. Like Princess Grace standing on the mountain of a dream, called true love ~ She is off to speak with, meet and greet and entertain great princes and star nobility of the most high standard, after all. And the most relieving thing of all~ She does not have to drag the washed up old goat along with her to do it.
The film, remade later in Bengali explores some of the traditional cultural issues of India, such as the younger generation wanting a more contemporary American image, and public kissing and drinking. However, Jazmine’s father found his own old fashioned wife an outdated problem, and wanting his daughter to leave the mother’s consistenly cross and controlling footsteps behind ~ Preferred to help his daughter excel to a more abundant life and conduct relationships with a greater sophistication. Jazz left Jasmeet behind for an English university, a better lifestyle and a greater chance to lead a more free and interesting life. The father’s only requirement for her? To marry an Indian man. A seemingly double standard, still Jazz fights him and ends up with her male friend helping her to find a way to marry her very best friend, after all.
The comedy, romance, good music and desh bhakti complement the fact that Jasmeet, or Jazz, her preferred name, does everything she can to defeat her father’s plans to find a native mate for her in her India in a Punjab village. However, she does bow down to his wishes and yet engages in a western lifestyle, enjoying her free time at places like the techno-disco. Some rivalry between the British and Asian culture is represented. The 2007 foreign genre film therefore, makes a good ethnic issues examination movie study. My greatest enjoyment of the movie is the music by Himesh Reshammiya. Although typically I am a fan of classical music, the songs Takna Takna, and Rafta Rafta do provide some rather pleasurable and entertaining, and easy listening measure.
हम दोनों सहमत हैं कि इस कहानी का सबसे अच्छा हिस्सा है कि snobby चार्ली ब्राउन प्रेमी परिवार जो खारिज कर दिया और जैज के लिए बनावटी टिप्पणी की, एक सबक मुश्किल तरीके से सीखने. और जबकि एक डरावनी कहानी एक गड्ढे में तैयार की भावनाओं ड्राइव, एक वास्तविक और सच्चे रोमांस एक साजिश घोषणा पत्र है जो एक सुखद अंत के साथ सभी के लिए समाप्त हो जाती है.
Dedicated to my India friend from ~ Who said he loves to read my movie reviews, and that his favorite thing to do with his free time is to watch movies. We both agree that the best part of this story is that the snobby Charlie Brown boyfriend family who rejected and made cruel and snide remarks about and to Jazz, learn a lesson the hard way. And while a horror story drives the emotions of the willing into a pit, a real and true romance is a plot manifesto which ends up bringing enough healing with a happy ending, for everyone.