Abhishek Bachchan, Priyanka Chopra and John Abraham make an amazing trio in Dostana. John and Abhishek are friends, but when they have trouble finding a rental house, they make the world believe they are gay. Priyanka believes it and allows the two to stay in her apartment. The trio gets along well and eventually John and Abhishek fall in love with her and try to woo her, but Priyanka is in love with her boss. Bobby Deol plays the role of her boss. In trying to keep her from going with Bobby, Abhishek and John come up with some interesting tricks. The movie is worth watching, I loved it and you will too.
Dostana is the first Hindi film that is a rectangle at its core [three men loving the same woman], but two of them, in this case the guys, pretend to be a couple.Miami is the setting of DOSTANA. When Sameer [Abhishek Bachchan] and Kunal [John Abraham] are rejected for an apartment because the landlady [Sushmita Mukherjee] doesn’t want two strapping young men spoiling her young, sexy niece Neha [Priyanka Chopra], they hatch a plan in which they pretend to be gay to get the apartment.Over time, Sameer, Kunal and Neha become friends. When Neha’s boss Abhimanyu [Bobby Deol] emerges as a third suitor for her affections, things heat up even more.
Both Abhishek and John are awesome. Abhishek pulls out all the stops and delivers one of the best performances of his career. His comedic timing is superb. John will have guys and gals drooling with his amazing physique. But most of all, people will sit up and take note of what a good actor John is. Both Abhishek and John complement each other very well. In fact, the story would not have been captivating if the chemistry and camaraderie was missing. two thumbs up for these two guys! Priyanka looks stunning and delivers a top notch performance. In short, DOSTANA is not to be missed –platform47.com.
Dostana essentially makes use of the code of comedy of errors, but not in the form of confusion of personalities, but of preferences.Dostana would have ended up as a normal love triangle, if not for the cleverly incorporated gay angle. It, too, holds its own sensibly and deftly throughout the film, providing clever surprises every now and then.
The real story begins in the second half and the screenplay takes a multi-dimensional approach with enough twists and turns to prevent monotony. It begins as a tug-of-war between Abhishek and John, but soon the duo teams up to outmaneuver potential rival Bobby. This makes for a warm chemistry between the male leads.
Abhishek Bachchan was born on February 5, 1976 to Bollywood megastars Jaya Bhaduri and Amitabh Bachchan. He attended the prestigious Jamnabai Narsee School and Bombay Scottish School, both in Bombay, and Vasant Vihar’s Modern School in Delhi. After graduation, he continued his studies at Aiglon College. He also studied business in the United States, but changed his mind and decided to try his luck in Bollywood. She started in 2000 with “Refugee” and after that she acted in many other movies. She also appeared as a playback singer in “Bluffmaster” and “Dhoom”. Success eluded him at first, but audiences began to appreciate him, especially for his roles in “Yuva”, “Bunty Aur Babli”, “Sarkar” and “Kabhi Alvida Na Kahena”, for which he received a total of 6 awards. He also has two non-film awards and received the ‘Yash Bharatiya Sammam’ from the government of Uttar Pradesh.