Woh Lamhe (2006)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Biographical, Drama, Social, Romance
64 %
Total Reviews: 11
Sahi: 7 Nahi: 4

Review Summary: On the whole WOH LAMHE is a well-made emotional film that lingers in your memory even after it's over.

Average Critic Rating: (2.86)
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Plot: Woh Lamhe... (English: Those Moments... ) is a 2006 film starring Shiney Ahuja and Kangna Ranaut and directed by Mohit Suri. The film is supposedly based on Parveen Babi 's life, her battle with schizophrenia and her relationship with Mahesh Bhatt to whom she was a lover as well as... Read more

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India Today
Mahesh Bhatt's Woh Lamhe has the tagline: for everyone who has loved and lost.
Rediff 
On the whole WOH LAMHE is a well-made emotional film that lingers in your memory even after it's over.
Bollywood Hungama
Watch out for more emotional films from Mohit Suri and Vishesh Films
Smash Hits
An aspiring director, Aditya Garewal, looks for his big break.
Rediff 
This movie is one of the best movies I have watched this year. Kangana flourishes the film with her brilliant acting. Overall the movie is a brilliant effort and is a must watch.
Now Running
According to Mahesh Bhatt the film is an almost identical account to what transpired between him and Parveen behind closed doorsHowever some may say that Mahesh depicting the late actress and the details of her personal life in such a manner is callous an
Bollywood Mantra
The complexity in Sana Azim and Aditya Garewal's relationship is explored and developed through most of the narrative, only to be abruptly abandoned towards the end. Following a snail-paced two hours, the writer's drastic move to alienate the lovers after
Planet Bollywood
Mahesh Bhatt need not have resorted to publicity gimmicks of releasing Love Tapes of Parveen Babi in the Media before the release of his latest film. For 'Woh Lamhe' can speak for itself. It is spectacular cinema. Don't go expecting entertainment in the conventional sense of the word and you would say WOW". Director Mohit Suri has shown rare guts of telling a complicated story without bending before the so called 'Market Demands'. It disturbs you. Yet it absorbs you. Completely."
India Glitz