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Despite of pretending to be Kishan in front of everyone else in the house, the ghost reveals his true identity to Lachchi at night. Lachchi is thus presented with a dilemma between the representation of all of her desires in the form of the ghost who has taken the form of her real husband. She takes this newfound, sensual, magical, social, self-confident version of Kishan as hers. As Kishan, the ghost befriends all of the real Kishan's family and keeps Bhanwarlal happy by providing him with magical, possibly illusory, gold coins. His only blunder is in his treatment of the messenger Bhoja, who is perplexed by the idea that Kishan has sent a letter from his business trip only to receive it himself in his own house and offended when the ghost (who appears as Kishan) does not offer him a drink of water. Lachchi and the ghost lives blissfully together for four years, during which he also keeps her in-laws happy and solves many problems of the family and the village. Lachchi then, becomes pregnant with the ghost's child, and the real Kishan returns to see if the rumours about his wife's pregnancy are true. He returns to find the ghost in his (Kishan's) own form at the same time that Lachchi goes into early labor. Lachchi gives birth to a daughter, Lunima. Kishan's family is unable to determine which of the doppelgangers is the real Kishan (the ghost refusing to confess). They decide to visit the king so that he can arbitrate. In the meantime, Sundarlal also returns home and apologizes to Gajrobai for his sudden disappearance for so long and reunites with his family.
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When she nuzzles playfully into the side of Rukh's face, the magical romance this film is meant to be throbs, hard and content. No one in the industry does a love story quite as well as Rukh, and here too he is perfect, drawing Rani in with a smouldering combination of intensity and restraint. Plus, a snap of his fingers can do it all, and he shuffles rose petals in mid-air with playful, irresistible ease.
On their way, they are stopped by an eccentric old shepherd, who solves the day with superb, obvious efficiency. Amitabh Bachchan [Images], kajal-eyed and wonderfully mad, is startlingly fantastic in this cameo. His wild shepherd is a gripping character, played with vintage accuracy reminiscent of his glory days. Perhaps these well-directed special appearances (remember the terrific dance in Veer-Zaara?) are just what the grizzled actor needs.
Netflix came out of this year's Sundance Film Festival making a deal with two of the fest's most successful alumni, Mark and Jay Duplass. Like Sandler the brothers got a four-picture deal, but their titles will stream and get limited theatrical windows. Given the Duplass' HBO series "Togetherness" or any of their intimate low-budget movies ("Jeff, Who Lives At Home," "Cyrus"), we're pretty confident their four films will cost as much as one of Sandler's. 350c69d7ab