Review: Dil Bole Hadippa!

Susan's copy of Dil Bole Hadippa! (दिल बोले हड़िप्पा) has been making the rounds and I managed to snag it for a couple of days.  Because Rani was starring in the movie Jared consented to watch it as well (after the cheesy opening he was completely hooked).  I think Rani had more fun making this movie than any other I've seen her in. Barred from playing cricket because she's a woman, she decides to disguise herself as "Veer Pratap Singh" to get a chance to be on the team.  She has a fabulous time zooming around the cricket field pretending to be a guy and falling in love with Shahid's character all at the same time.  The ending is perfectly predictable, but it's a cute and sweet little Bollywood film with a couple of good numbers:  "Discowale Khisko" and "Hadippa," although they both seem a little out of place with Rani appearing in them as a woman.  Especially "Hadippa," which has no purpose or relation to the rest of the movie- obviously it was tacked on at the end to show a bit of skin and generate interest.  Although I think the best thing about this movie is that Wikipedia translated its title as "The Heart Says Hurrah!"  Who doesn't love that?