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Sunday, 17 March 2013

RAB NE BANA DI JODI + Subtitle Indonesia

Released : December 12, 2008
Genre : Drama, Comedy, Romance
Starcast : Shahrukh Khan, Anushka Sharma, Vinay Pathak, Kajol, Rani Mukherjee, Preity Zinta, Priyanka Chopra
IMDB : 6.7/10!!

Review :

Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi (Hindi: रब ने बना दी जोड़ी; translation: A Match Made by God)[5] commonly referred to as RNBDJ, is a 2008 Indian romantic comedy film directed by Aditya Chopra and produced by Yash Raj Films. The film stars Shahrukh Khan and movie debutant Anushka Sharma. Khan plays a mild-mannered office worker named Surinder Sahni, whose love for the beautiful and vivacious Taani (Sharma) causes him to transform himself into the loud and fun-loving "Raj" in order to win her love. It was released worldwide on 12 December 2008 and marked Chopra's return to directing after an eight-year break, following his last film, Mohabbatein.
The film was not heavily promoted pre-release, contrary to previous Khan or Yash Raj films, mainly because of the filmmakers' decision to keep it low-profile because of the terror attacks in Mumbai.[6] Upon release, the film received positive reviews and broke many box office records. It was declared a blockbuster despite the fact that it was released only two weeks after the 2008 Mumbai attacks, amidst uncertainty and apprehensions from the trade regarding market conditions at the time. At the end of its theatrical run, it grossed over INR158 crore (US$28.76 million) worldwide and was also the highest-grossing film of the year in the overseas market, thus becoming Yash Raj Films and Shahrukh Khan's highest-grossing film at the time of its release.[7] The film is currently the tenth-highest-grossing Bollywood film according to worldwide gross collections.[8] The film's soundtrack was composed by Salim-Sulaiman, and it became the first Bollywood soundtrack to reach the top ten albums sales for the iTunes Store.[9]
The film's script was recognized by a number of critics and was invited to be included in the Margaret Herrick Library of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, just a day after its release.[10] The script is accessible for research purposes only; students, filmmakers, writers and actors are among the regular patrons.[11]



Shy, introverted and kind-hearted Surinder "Suri" Sahni (Shahrukh Khan) is an office employee for Punjab Power. He meets the daughter of his former professor (M.K. Raina), beautiful and vivacious Taani Gupta (Anushka Sharma), during the preparations for her wedding. A short time later, the shocking news arrives that her fiance and his wedding entourage were killed in a road accident. Taani's father suffers a heart attack at the news. Fearing that Taani will be alone in the world, the professor, on his deathbed, requests that Suri marry her. Suri silently concedes because he likes her anyway, and Taani tearfully agrees for her father's sake.
After an impromptu wedding, Suri takes Taani to his ancestral home in Amritsar. While his good nature leads Suri to treat her with exceptional care – he even lets her have his bedroom all to herself – he is too frightened to profess his love for her. Taani tells him that, while she will try to be a good wife and thus respect her role in his life, she can never love him due to having no love left within her after the loss of her fiance. Suri, grateful for the increasing acts of wifely affection that she shows, proceeds to indulge her wishes. These include regular evening trips to the cinema to see Bollywood movies which appeal to Taani's fantasies about romance and her passion for dancing. She soon asks for Suri's permission, which he grants, to take an expensive dance class with a visiting Bombay company, Dancing Jodi, to unwind from her mundane life at home.
During those evenings spent at the movies, Suri realizes it is the strong, masculine images that Taani admires, and later he asks his long-time friend, Balwinder "Bobby" Khosla (Vinay Pathak), a hair-salon owner, for grooming advice so as to win her love. Bobby gives him a complete makeover which includes shaving off his mustache (an accidental gag), modding his hairstyle, and fitting him out in funky Western-style clothing including aviator-style shades with oversize pastel lenses. Suri is thus transformed into "Raj Kapoor," a name he borrows from the hero of a movie that Taani had admired. He joins the dance class to be near her. By chance, or, as he puts it, by divine choice, he becomes Taani's partner in the competition. Despite Raj's initial over-the-top attempts to emulate the "cool" images from movies, which turn her off, he and Taani become friends as they work together on their dance routine. Suri feels encouraged when Taani does not tie a rakhi (holy thread) on "Raj's" wrist during the festival of Raksha Bandhan (doing so would indicate that she thought of him only as a brother). Thus, after some time, Raj declares his love for her.
Taani is shocked, to say the least, and enters into a period of internal conflict. Suri also faces a dilemma in Taani's misery as his wife in contrast to her delight with his fabricated alter ego, Raj. He thus attempts to win Taani's love as Suri, an act which only alienates her further. She eventually runs away to find Raj to tell him the predicament she is in, hoping he will help her. He offers to elope with her, which she agrees to, tearfully. They set the date for their elopement to the next night, the night of the competition. Suri is disappointed that Taani cannot see his love for her as himself, only as Raj. Later that night, Suri tells Bobby that he will end the charade in his own way, sacrificing his cravings for her love, leaving her his property and transferring himself to Delhi.
On the day of the competition, Suri takes Taani to the Golden Temple to gain God's blessings for her performance that night and, internally, also for her life with(out) Raj. While there, Taani has a realization in which she believes God has shown her a sign that her marriage to Suri is divinely inspired. For the first time she reflects on her husband and becomes aware of the strength and integrity of Suri's character, something she can grow to love. Taani thus tells Raj that she cannot choose him over her husband. She leaves him in what appears to be a state of shock with tears in his eyes. When the time comes for their performance, Taani is stunned to see Suri instead of Raj joining her on stage. While dancing Taani puts two and two together and through a series of flashbacks awakens to the fact that Suri is in fact Raj. Backstage she confronts Suri, and when he confesses his love for her, she tearfully admits that she returns his feelings. The two, having won the competition, head off on a honeymoon to Japan.