Once in a while a Hindi movie comes that gets stuck in our head, challenges us emotionaly and shake the stereotype of 'singing and dancing Bollywood'. This movie and the lady, Neerja Bhanot, truly deserves respect.
Baabul (2006), Indian cinema-goers are prepared to accept the taboo-crossing event of watching a widow become married for a second time but evidently not prepared to watch her enjoy it.At. All. Even if the second hub is a trade-up from Salman Khan ("Dude, I really want to grow old with you.") to John Abraham (who, let's face it, didn't need to make his mark by being a great dancer/actor).