being ‘ordinary’ is cool.


Shah Rukh is superb as the simpleton and your heart goes out to him every time he appears on screen. You want the underdog to win and here too, the way SRK tackles this part, you’re all the more convinced. As Raj, SRK goes overboard at times. Anushka looks the character and surprises you with a confident performance. It’s no small achievement to share screen space with an actor of the calibre of SRK and Anushka manages it very well from start to end. Vinay Pathak is incredible. He contributes enormously in making the proceedings lively. –platform47.com

Rab Ne Bana De Jodi is vey desi at heart with a strong start and an equally strong emotional end. Director Aditya Chopra chooses a desi plot and weaves a story around an ordinary, middle class couple. The story begins with gusto and the initial scenes between Shah Rukh and Anushka are thoroughly interesting. –imdb.com/title/tt1182937/

Rab Ne Bana De Jodi is vey desi at heart with a strong start and an equally strong emotional end. Director Aditya Chopra chooses a desi plot and weaves a story around an ordinary, middle class couple. The story begins with gusto and the initial scenes between Shah Rukh and Anushka are thoroughly interesting. –platform47.com
Product Description
Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi tells a story from the point of view of an ordinary person and, most importantly, conveys a message that being ‘ordinary’ is cool. The filmmakers were confident that it would be able to strike a chord with millions because the film has ordinary people as its target audience: “As middle-class people, so many of us have a routine life. We wake up in the morning, get dressed, go to office, come back, sometimes for a change we buy things to take home, watch TV, eat dinner and go to sleep. And then we repeat this day after day, week after week. Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi talks about one such man who lives a routine life. It is a simple film at heart.”

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