Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu Movie Review
Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu (Hindi)
Release Date:February 10, 2012
Rahul Kapoor (Imran Khan), 26, is on his way to become a carbon copy of his parents when he suddenly loses his job as an architect in Vegas. Afraid that he has let his parents down, Rahul decides to hide the truth and find another job. When by a twist of fate, he meets Raina Braganza, a quick-witted hairstylist, who is everything he isn't.
A series of events lead them to meet on Christmas Eve over a few drinks… but like always, it's never a 'few'. Following this night of debauchery, they wake up to discover that they've gotten married. Now, Rahul has more than just his job loss to hide from his parents.
They both decide to get it annulled as soon as possible and get an appointment from the court in ten days. Over the next ten days they have their share of arguments, moments and laughs that results in an unlikely friendship.
Will this friendship turn in love? Will her warmth and fearlessness give Rahul the courage to face a long-simmering confrontation with his parents? Will a marriage that started as a drunken mistake help two people find themselves?
The film is light and breezy, and mercifully never turns too syrupy for your tasteRead more
Works mainly because it’s plausible, engaging, fresh and tugs quietly at the heart-stringsRead more
The confection's appeal lies in its underplayed wit, quirky within plausibility protagonists and a refreshing disregard for conventional conclusions.Read more
This picture though, smartly written and filmed, is mellow yet dramatic, softer, subtler, more ‘plush interiors’ American rom-comRead more
The film passes by pleasantly enough past all its expected roadsigns, providing a smile and an occasional chuckle but making you wish for more newnessRead more
Kareena Kapoor is the life of this breezy romcom, with a typically Hollywood template and some charming momentsRead more
Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu is an imaginative reversal of the traditional romcom format that effectively uses the setting of Las Vegas and its rickety instant marriage lawsRead more
A delightful film that keeps getting better along the way, and ends fabulouslyRead more
There are no extra moments in the film and it compares easily to any Hollywood flick, for being a good-looking film.Read more
A sweet coming of age film, Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu rises above its numerologically incorrect spellingRead more
EMAET is the sweetest heartbreak that Bollywood has conjured in a long, long timeRead more
The film never overdoes the cutesy onscreen scribbles or faux-family photos. It’s clever enough, but never overly soRead more
This take on love is refined, smart, lively and thoroughly pleasing thanks to its characters, conversations and the inherent humorRead more