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De Taali

Theatrical poster
Directed by E. Nivas
Produced by Ravi Walia
Starring Aftab Shivdasani
Ayesha Takia
Ritesh Deshmukh
Rimi Sen
Music by Vishal-Shekhar
Release date(s) 20 June 2008
Country India India
Language Hindi

De Taali (Hindi: दे ताली, Urdu: دے تالی, translation: Give Applause) is a Bollywood film that stars Aftab Shivdasani, Ayesha Takia, Ritesh Deshmukh and Rimi Sen in the main roles. The movie is a spinoff of the 2001 film Saving Silverman. It is directed by E. Niwas and produced by Ravi Walia. The film revolves around three childhood friends who have grown together and when Rimi Sen comes in their life, the whole dynamics of their friendship changes.[1] The film was initially titled Jalsa. De Taali was released on 20 June 2008

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Plot

Paglu (Ritesh Deshmukh), Abhi (Aftab Shivdasani) and Amrita 'Amu' (Ayesha Takia) are three best friends since childhood. Abhi's father (Anupam Kher) is a very rich businessman and his only son Abhi has no interest in work. During the past Abhi has had many girlfriends but none of them loved him. Paglu and Abhi's father tells Amu to marry Abhi because they know each other very well. One day Abhi comes and tells Amu that he loves someone that is his childhood friend, Amu thinks that she is the girl that Abhi loves and she too falls in love with him. Abhi later reveals that a girl named Kartika (Rimi Sen) is whom he loves. But Karthika is actually after his money. Amu is heartbroken. Amu and Paglu start hating her and try to get them both separated, Abhi gets angry with them and decides to marry her in some other country. At the airport Amu and Paglu kidnap Kartika and force her to write a letter to Abhi saying that she doesn't love him. Paglu tells Abhi that Amu is the right girl for her, and Abhi falls in love with her. Paglu, with Karthika still kidnapped, finds out that her name is Anjali, not Karthika. She is not in love with Abhi but with his money because she has a history of cheating people. Paglu frees her and she goes and tells Abhi about the kidnapping. Abhi is unhappy hearing this and decides to marry Karthika anyway. On the marriage day, Paglu still tries to stop them from getting them married by bringing all the people she cheated; instead, Abhi gets angry and tells Paglu and Amu to get out. The next day, Abhi comes back, apologizes to them and tells him that he isn't married. He tells them that yesterday when they left Anjali told him that she has learned a lot from the time Paglu and Amu kept her in captivity and apologizes that she can't marry him and that Amu is the right girl for him. Abhi proposes to Amu. Later, Paglu ends up with the changed Anjali.

Cast

Crew

  • Associate Editor - Sejal Painter

Music

De Taali
Soundtrack by Vishal-Shekhar
Released
20 May 2008 (India)
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Label
Producer Ravi Walia
Vishal-Shekhar chronology
Bhoothnath
(2008)
De Taali
(2008)
Bachna Ae Haseeno
(2008)

Himmat Shrestha, “Everybody Put Your Hands Together, Maari Teetri, Hone Lagi and Tooti Phooti"

"Maari Teetri" is based off a popular Rajasthani song and was originally sung by Raja Hassan of Saregama fame. It is also known as "The Butterfly Song". This was a hit song in India.

Reception

The film did not really take off at the box office. And to add to its woes the reviews were not too good either. However actor Riteish Deshmukh seems to have pleased everyone with his performance as he got some great reviews. Noyon Jyoti Parasara of AOL India said, "Truly this movie is Ritesh's. Ritesh has already established himself as a good comic actor and De Taali seconds that."[2]

References

External links

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De Taali
Directed by E. Nivas
Produced by Ravi Walia
Starring Ritesh Deshmukh
Ayesha Takia
Aftab Shivdasani
Pavan Malhotra
Rimi Sen
Music by Vishal-Shekhar
Release date(s) 20 June 2008
Country Template:Country data India India
Language Hindi

De Taali (Hindi: दे ताली, Urdu: دے تالی, translation: Give Applause) is a Bollywood film that stars Aftab Shivdasani, Ayesha Takia, Ritesh Deshmukh and Rimi Sen in the main roles. The movie is a remake of the 2001 film Saving Silverman. It is directed by E. Niwas and produced by Ravi Walia. The film revolves around three childhood friends who have grown together and when Rimi Sen comes in their life, the whole dynamics of their friendship changes.[1] The film was initially titled Jalsa. De Taali was released on 20 June 2008

Contents

Plot

Paglu (Ritesh Deshmukh), Abhi (Aftab Shivdasani) and Amrita 'Amu' (Ayesha Takia) are three best friends since childhood. Abhi's father (Anupam Kher) is a very rich businessman and his only son Abhi has no interest in work. During the past Abhi has had many girlfriends but none of them loved him. Paglu and Abhi's father tells Amu to marry Abhi because they know each other very well. One day Abhi comes and tells Amu that he loves someone that is his childhood friend, Amu thinks that she is the girl that Abhi loves and she too falls in love with him. Abhi later reveals that a girl named Kartika (Rimi Sen) is whom he loves. But Karthika is actually after his money. Amu is heartbroken. Amu and Paglu start hating her and try to get them both separated, Abhi gets angry with them and decides to marry her in some other country. At the airport Amu hits Kartika and she falls unconscious.Amu and Paglu kidnap Kartika and force her to write a letter to Abhi saying that she doesn't love him. Paglu tells Abhi that Amu is the right girl for her, and Abhi falls in love with her. Paglu, with Karthika still kidnapped, finds out that her name is Anjali, not Karthika. She is not in love with Abhi but with his money because she has a history of cheating people. Paglu frees her and she goes and tells Abhi about the kidnapping. Abhi is unhappy hearing this and decides to marry Karthika anyway. On the marriage day, Paglu still tries to stop them from getting them married by bringing all the people she cheated; instead, Abhi gets angry and tells Paglu and Amu to get out. The next day, Abhi comes back, apologizes to them and tells him that he isn't married. He tells them that yesterday when they left Anjali told him that she has learned a lot from the time Paglu and Amu kept her in captivity and apologizes that she can't marry him and that Amu is the right girl for him. Abhi proposes to Amu. Later, Paglu ends up with the changed Anjali.

Cast

Crew

  • Associate Editor - Sejal Painter

Music

De Taali
Soundtrack by Vishal-Shekhar
Released
20 May 2008 (India)
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Label
Producer Ravi Walia
Vishal-Shekhar chronology

Bhoothnath
(2008)
De Taali
(2008)
Bachna Ae Haseeno
(2008)

TRACK LIST:

1. Everybody Put Your Hands Together - De Taali

2. Aaj Main Boondh Hoon

3. Maari Teetri (Butterfly)

4. Tooti Phooti

5. Hone Lagi

6. Taali De (The Clap Trap Mix)

The song MAARI TEETRI was a big hit in India. "Maari Teetri" is based on a popular Rajasthani folk song and was originally sung by Raja Hassan of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa fame. It is also known as "The Butterfly Song".

Reception

The film did not really take off at the box office. And to add to its woes the reviews were not too good either. However actor Riteish Deshmukh seems to have pleased everyone with his performance as he got some great reviews. Noyon Jyoti Parasara of AOL India said, "Truly this movie is Ritesh's. Ritesh has already established himself as a good comic actor and De Taali seconds that."[2]

References

External links


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