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A young, talented, successful cinematographer (Alia Bhat) is used to breaking hearts before someone breaks hers. A chance encounter with a shrink gets her to open up to him

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Remember watching a spate of movies like Oye Lucky Lucky Oye and Khosla Ka Ghosla and smiling at the shenanigans? Well, this film belonged to that time, and alas, it is not only ten years too late but it is so humorless, you just want it to be over soon

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Remember watching a spate of movies like Oye Lucky Lucky Oye and Khosla Ka Ghosla and smiling at the shenanigans?

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New Delhi: Farah Khan, who has choreographed Jackie Chan for the upcoming Sino-Indian film “Kung Fu Yoga”, says the legendary actor is a fabulous dancer. “It was fabulous (choreographing for Chan). He is a fabulous dancer and he picked up the Bollywood moves so easily and he loved doing it,” Farah told IANS.

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