Rani Mukherjee has always been my favourite actress. After Madhuri Dixit, if I have loved any actress on celluloid, it is Rani. She is a born actor & expressions come easily to her. She is the Queen of Charm, Naughtiness & Expressions. I always look forward to her movies. Though Dil Bole Hadippa was a disappointment, largely because of the stupid dialogue delivery of the movie, Rani still shone in the movie.

When I first saw the promos of Aiyyaa, I was impressed! The song was hilarious, the hero HOTTTT & Rani in a different avatar, yet amazing. I fell in love with the entire music album of Aiyya as well. Don’t remember which was the last album which put a big grin on my face πŸ˜‰ I couldn’t wait to watch the movie & see how the songs were choreographed πŸ™‚

I have stopped seeing movies in theatre long time back, Shanghai being an exception. I would have downloaded the movie or waited for its TV premiere. But God had other plans πŸ˜‰ Sunday morning my bestie called me & we planned to watch this movie.

Too many Aiyyaa moments happened. Me watching movie in a single screen theatre with uncomfortable chairs, that too on a Sunday & that too with someone for company. I was not too excited to go out on a Sunday afternoon. Sigh! what lengths we go for our friends πŸ˜‰

The movie started & I was mesmerised. The dream sequence reminded me of Madhuri & I knew I was going to love this movie. As the movie progressed, the prediction became true!

A truly different story, taut screenplay, awesome actors (not only lead, the supporting ones too) made it an interesting watch!

I would not want to ruin the movie for you in case you have not watched it yet. But still would like to share something about each of the element of the movie.

Romance: The heroine falls in love with someone who ignores her existence. The way the heroine behaves would remind many of us who have been there, done that πŸ˜‰

Suspense: The Mystery surrounding the hero, the dilemma whether the heroine would chose to go with a guy chosen by her parents or would pursue her dreams are woven beautifully in the story πŸ™‚

Drama: Or should I call it melodrama? πŸ˜› It helps in involving you more in the story.

Comedy: The comic dialogues & situations had everyone in the cinema hall roaring with laughter. By the end of the movie, my jaw had started aching. πŸ˜‰

Sex: Double Bonanza! You can not get enough of the hero, with smoldering eyes & Β an angry young man kind of persona plus a sexy body (shown only in the songs). I want to see the Dreamum Wakeupum song again & again only for him. As for Rani, I have never seen her in such a sensuous avatar. With Aga Bai song, she has proven that she is a true successor of Madhuri Dixit πŸ™‚

Story: The story of a girl who gets attracted to a guy because of his smell & how it leads to the end is quite a unique one. Truly “Different”

Acting: The actors have performed to the tee. You can’t help but relate to the characters in the movie.

Music & Songs: The piece which is played whenever the heroine follows the hero’s scent is very enchanting. Songs are weird but humorous & never feel out of place.

Are you still reading??? πŸ˜› I could go on & on but I think I should put a stop here πŸ™‚Β All in all an afternoon well spent!

This post is proof of how much I loved the movie. But I would also add that many people have found this movie boring & not liked it. Watch the movie on your own risk & don’t come looking for me if you don’t πŸ˜‰