Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s “Saawariya” is a wonderful narrative brilliantly depicted. The narrative, based on Fyodor Dostoevsky’s great novel “White Nights,” is all about Raj (Ranbir Kapoor) and Sakina (Sonam Kapoor), and therefore is told through the eyes of prostitutes (Gulabjee played by Rani Mukherjee). Raj encounters the lady Sakina on such a bridge at nighttime in the film. Despite Sakina’s initial hesitation, they became buddies. They encounter again the following night, and Raj discovers that is profoundly and crazy in love with her.
However, before he would approach the girl with a proposal, she reveals him regarding her boyfriend (Imaan, played by Salman), with whom she awaits here on the bridge each nite because he promised to return in EID (Ramzan), which is only two days away. Raj is taken aback but continues to try and impress her. Eventually, D-Day arrives, and while Sakina watches for Imaan, Raj invites her to dine and afterwards requests that they spend much more time with him, but she declines since she needs to go out to the bridge awaiting Imaan. Although Imaan is nowhere to be found, and Raj Sakina and Gulabjee have a lot of tension, they realise Imaan may not come back. Raj then offers Sakina that last moment to demonstrate his affection towards her. She remained silent. Imaan reappears before she would even consider saying “ yes ” to Raj. Imaan as well as Sakina marry and have a happy life together.
Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Hindi flick Saawariya was released in November 2007. It really is followed by a short tale White Nights by Fyodor Dostoevsky.
Ranbir Kapoor (Rishi Kapoor’s son) and Sonam Kapoor (Anil Kapoor’s daughter) portrayed the leading parts. While on the other hand, Salman Khan and Rani Mukerji play supportive parts in the movie.
The hero is a dreamy 22-year-old young fellow. He meets a new girl, and the romance begins. The mornings are just as brilliant as the nights. The plot revolves around four long nights together with the characters. It’s really the storey of Raj (22 years old), a shy dreamer that spends much of his hours alone in the flat, solving puzzles, writing poetry, or bickering with his bumbling landlord Miss Disa, who someone he had a love/hate affair.