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Director: Nagesh Kukunoor
Music Director: Salim Merchant, Sulaiman Merchant, Pritam Chakraborty
Lyricst: Sameer, Kumaar, Shakeel Sohail, Mir Ali Husain
Aashayein Movie Preview

Aashayein is an upcoming Hindi Bollywood Movie in which leading role is played by one and only dashing plus sexy guy John Abraham with a gorgeous actress Sonal Sehgal as a Heroin. The movie is directed and written by Nagesh Kukunoor. Percept Picture Company and T-Series is the production house of this movie. The film will release in the month of August.

The responsibilities Production Designer is performed by Devika Bahudhanan. Music director of the film is Salim Merchant. The starring crew composed of Sonal Sehgal, Anaitha Nair, Farida Jalal, John Abraham, Sharad Wagh, Girish Karnad, Vikram Inamdar, Prateeksha Lonkar,Sonali Sachdev and Ashwin Chitale.

The story of the movie is about a man who is an obsessive gambler and wins twenty million rupees during a bet. His name is Rahul Singh (role played by John Abraham). In order o celebrates his win he invites his friends on a grand party arranged buy him. In this party everyone enjoy and drink till late night. Meanwhile Rahul also purposes his dream girl Nafisa (role played by Sonal Sehgal). He makes announcement of his engagement with Nafisa on the party floor and after that suddenly he feels strange and then fell down on the floor.

His eyes open in a hospital where doctors told him that he has only ninety days to live after that he will die. This news hurts him a lot and his all future plans vanish away from his eyes. Finally he decided to move in a peaceful sanatorium for spending the remaining days of his life. He leaves everything behind so may the remaining days of his lives are away from the thoughts of his past life.

In this sanatorium he finds different people and develops relation with them. These people change his outlook on the life. There Rahul learns the way to live a life because the people around him still have courage after be in such miserable conditions. This movie is a journey about love, hate, hope and death.
AASHAYEIN SYNOPSIS

Aashayein movie story revolves around Rahul Singh (John Abraham), a compulsive gambler who wins Rs. 20 million from a bet and throws a party to celebrate. Everyone has a good time drinking and partying till late night during which Rahul proposes to Nafisa (Sonal Sehgal). He announces their engagement to all present, then collapses on the floor.

In hospital, he learns that he has only 90 days to live. Wanting to make the most of his last days, he leaves everything behind and moves into a soothing hospice. The inmates he meets change his outlook on life. As his relationships grow with each one of them, Rahul tries to rise above his own needs and live life to the fullest, learning from the courage of those around him.

The people he meets in the hospice add colour, both dark and bright, to his journey, which is one about love, hate, life, death and above all, hope.
Aashayein Movie Review

Aashayein begins with a promising track shot taking the audience from an old house to a den of bookies in an old and dilapidated courtyard. The opening shot is so fantastic that it raises your aashayein, only to have them dashed soon after.
The story of a compulsive gambler (we hardly see the obsession with gambling), Aashayein is a confused hotchpotch of many messages, none hard enough to hit you.
John Abraham as Rahul Sharma – An angry, drop-dead gorgeous, confused, compulsive gambler. Wishes to live the life he has been dreaming of. Sonal Sehgal as Nafisa – Doting, loving, loyal girlfriend. Wishes that love always wins.

Prateeksha Lonkar as Sister Grace – She will bend her principles for the greater good. Wishes to dedicate her life for the happiness of her inmates. Girish Karnad as Parthasarthi – Fun loving, “uncle” to everyone, stupidly stubborn on his principles. Wishes to be reunited with his family. Farida Jalal as Madhu – Intelligent, virtuous, loving. Wishes to just lead a normal life and not be ostracized. Ashwin Chitale as Govinda – Ten years old, loves comics, mangoes and tells stories. Wishes that everyones life be just like a comic book. Ashwin Chitale is child actor who starred in the Marathi film Shwaas. Anaitha Nair as Padma – She is impetuous, obnoxious, full of life. Wishes to experience love.
The film is devoid of any script and looks like the director (Kukunoor) had so much footage that he used every bit of it in the asha that some of it will make sense. We do see the good John can do when you manage to look away from the hunks dimples. In the first half he is an extension of his real-life image, while the second half sees his transformation into an actor. Towards the end you start doubting his acting skills again.
The people he meets in the hospice add colour, both dark and bright, to his journey, which is one about love, hate, life, death and above all, hope.
Aashayein, whose release was delayed by almost two years, is so hopeless that you wish it had remained in the cans forever

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