Bas Ek Pal (2006)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Social
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Review Summary: On the whole BAS EK PAL is an uninteresting fare.

Average Critic Rating: (2.85)
Cast: Sanjay Suri , Jimmy Sheirgill , Urmila Matondkar , Juhi Chawla , Rehaan Engineer , Yashpal Sharma , Chetan Pandit , Manohar Kanungo
Director: Onir
Release Date: 15 Sep 2006

Plot: Nikhil Kapoor ( Sanjay Suri ) decides to return from the USA to Mumbai. When he arrives, he decides to chill out at a nightclub. There he meets a woman and instantly falls for her; she, however, doesn't even introduce herself. After he asks her name, she goes away. The Read more

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On the whole BAS EK PAL is an uninteresting fare.
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama

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Bollywood has been experimenting with the portrayal of human relationships lately.
Vipin Vijayan, Rediff 
If I have to put so much of my grey matter in trying to understand a film, I would rather not want to watch it
Tarun Revoo, Smash Hits
Love is not merely a four letter word. Lust. Jealousy. Needs. And then that strange undefined feeling, that makes you cling to even the last vestiges of hopes. Onir's 'Bas Ek Pal' attempts to unlock the multi layered dimensions of human relationships in an urban setting based on what is perceived as 'love'. Whereas he succeeds in presenting a drastically different story in an interesting manner (The tirelessly slow pace is a deterrent), somehow one doesn't agree with the statement repeated twice in the film, Our lives are pretty complicated." Agreed lives are complicated
India Glitz
I think bas ek pal will be a c......
Sulekha Reviewer, Sulekha
Bas Ek Pal shows different shades of a person. The movie basically tries to show what happens in real world. It touches everything from homosexuality failed marriage to extra marital affairs.
Deep Ganatra, Now Running
By: Taran Adarsh, IndiaFMFriday, September 15, 2006 In his directorial debut My Brother Nikhil, Onir picked up a theme that was inventive. The film looked at the HIV/AIDS issue in Goa in the ''80s, when not much was known about the pandemic/virulent disea
However like Onir’s earlier film this one too borders on the art-house type with a few commercial scenes thrown in for good measureAlso director Onir has attempted to incorporate too many parallel angles to the plot, apart from the relationships between t
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