Ok, I managed to catch it this weekend. Paresh Rawal has progressed from being Amitabh's father-in-law to Amitabh's grandfather. At this rate, Balki's next will be a Hindi adaptation of Night At The Museum, and Pareshji will play a Neanderthal to AB's Ben Stiller.
Also, I'm a little confused by the message of the film: is it now legal to wed by holding hands around Amitabh only, or around any heavily-made up person, any sick person, or only your kid? Anyway, I aged rapidly in viewing the film, and Vidya Balan scared me by telling me the horrible things that will happen to me if I do not have a child. Had she shown one example of sound judgement elsewhere in the film, I'd probably have believed her.
But enough of Paa-bashing. I need to save some breath for MNIK-bashing also. Shahrukh Uncle says that the film is comical, romantical, social, political, psychological, paranormal, and 100% recyclable. I think he just hopes the audience is very gullible.
And oh, anyone else waiting for the Google Parisian Love Story ad spoof where the dork searches for STD cures or a divorce lawyer? To drop me a line when you spot any! Thanks!
Update: Found one! Here!