It is perhaps
for the first time that cinegoers have looked forward for 6
great faces in one film. Standing tall among them is none
other then the legend called Amitabh who has now become a
father figure in India today.K3G also teams the
heart-throb of Indian cinema, Hritik Roshan along with
Shah Rukh Khan, the hottest Indian star.
K3G is a remarkably smart product: it draws into its narrative purview just about everything that goes into the making of popular Hindi cinema's vision of contemporary Indian society.
The story - Yashovardhan Raichand (Amitabh Bachchan) is a business magnate, who lives with his wife Nandini Raichand (Jaya Bachchan), sons Rahul (Shah Rukh Khan) and a younger Rohan (Hrithik Roshan), in this huge castle in Delhi. Theirs is a typical Indian family where the kids shower respect on their parents and the parents in turn dote on them. Yashvardhan Raichand sends his adopted son Rahul (Shah Rukh) packing when the latter dares to marry an unschooled commoner from Chandni Chowk, Anjali (Kajol).Jaya bears the forced separation from her son in silence. But by the end of the film, she musters enough courage to tell her husband that he can only be her pati, but not her
parmeshwar. In between so many twist and turns happen that its better for one to go to the movie to know what really happens!
Amitabh and Jaya are solid, Shah Rukh is his usually bubbly self, Hrithik makes an impression despite playing second fiddle for the most part, but it's Kajol who
is the dark horse of the movie. As for Kareena Kapoor the less said the better.
It is a feel-good film that sends everyone home happy. Almost on the lines of Kuch Kuch Hota Hai ,K3G is
definitely a splendid movie (Ignoring some parts of the