Tears, tears and more tears at the airport. Hero bashes up two sets of separate goondas before he makes it from Vidhana Soudha to the airport in 10 mins flat. Heroine meanwhile hugs her stoic-ever-confused dad and proceeds to the security check-in with her boarding pass in hand. A 4 minute song breaks in interrupting my drowsiness. Thankfully, this time there is no half clad ‘item girl’ gyrating to rocking beats. Instead, hero n heroine go down memory lane of how they met, how they smiled, how they fought etc etc etc.. At the end of 4 minutes, they have decided they are truly, madly and deeply in love. And we, the audience have decided enough is enough. Hero rushes to the nameless-airline counter at the airport only to be told the flight has already taken off. Ah, this time, it is the hero’s turn to cry, but not before he rushes madly to the gate and is literally thrown out by the security guards there. (I was surprised, half expected him to run beside the plane on the runway!). Hero comes back and sobs on the bench outside the airport. (Dont remember when was the last time the bangalore airport wasnt crowded).. Suddenly, someone shakes his shoulder, he turns back, it is the heroine!!! Apparently, she realized it was a movie with a happy ending and cancelled her flight. (When could you do that after the boarding pass was issued?).. Hero and heroine are elated, audience scream out in joy.. The movie is at last OVER..

p.s: A sincere (if not interesting) attemp at movie reviewing. In the footsteps of The Bach who according to me is a ‘Guru’  in film reviewing and who, to my dismay hasnt been blogging regularly since quite some time.