while some were complaining about the weather conditions, others were enjoying the performance of the indian cricket team. former indian cricketer mohammad azharuddin was spotted at headingley cheering for the team.
“it is india's sixth consecutive win in a series against england. i am especially happy as it was once again a great all round performance for us,” said india's captain virat kohli. “it was the same old story when we went in at 3-1 down, we lost a few bad balls but came back and won the match.
the film begins in the early hours of a day, when the titular khatta meetha (akshay kumar) and his counterpart, khanna (shakti kapoor) clash in the office. khatta is unhappy about an adverse ruling against him as the municipal commissioner, and khanna is annoyed at him because of his husband's'sacrifice'. things heat up between the two when they get to opposing sides during a public meeting. later, at home khatta throws a major tantrum when he hears that his daughter is all set to wed. a day before her wedding, his daughter calls khanna and informs him about khatta's misbehavior. meanwhile, the duo have a few other things going on in their lives. on the day of her wedding, khanna and his wife are involved in an accident. on a day as her honeymoon, khatta gets amnesia and can't remember his age and surname.
placed as a post-marriage storyline, khatta meetha is a pleasant surprise. i had a strong inclination to dislike khatta as it was in the genre of shootout at wadala, but khatta meetha manages to evoke feelings of mild guilt inside. for once, the actor was doing something away from the crime genre with a simple, relatable twist on the 'the breadwinner dies' story. on the contrary, the film is strengthened by its undemanding storyline and fine acting. akshay is at his best, delivering a toned-down performance and playing his character with immense sincerity. 3d9ccd7d82