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Of all the film's rococo pleasures-the lavish dance numbers, the dramatic rainstorms, and even the gold dust that puffs out when Sakina beats her rugs -- Mukherjee's richly textured diva is the most mesmerizing...
When the most intriguing thing about a film is the production design, you know you're in trouble.
New York Post:
How can it be that a movie as beautiful to look at as Saawariya is so...boring?
Saawariya entices, fitfully springs to life but finally outstays its welcome by a good half-hour.