“We’re not famous or special, but we’re just doing what we want, right now. The world that surrounds us is gray and we can’t see our futures. But for now, we just shut up and run – to the time that’s waiting for us.”
An orphan sets on a journey to immerse his grandfather’s ashes in the holy waters of the Rameshwaram, when all he really wants is to party with his friends. Lucky (or not) he’s got Meena to keep him company.
Well, Indian stories live up to the titles of their films, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham…, which apparently translates to ‘sometimes happiness, sometimes sad’ really contains moments of pure elation followed by moments to crush your heart.
The film’s plot is simple and straight forward enough- a proper girl of an Indian family living in London is betrothed to her father’s friend but before she leaves London, she sets out to tour Europe with her girl friends, when she meets Raj.