Devdas
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Set in the early 1900s, this film follows a young man named Devdas (Shah Rukh Khan) on his way home to India after having spent the past ten years in London. As the news reaches Devdas and his ex-love Paro's (Aishwarya Rai) respective households, the family matriarchs remember when the young couple were still children. When Devdas' mother found out the two wanted to get married, she refused to give her consent, and in doing so, set off a sequence of events which would lead Devdas into alcoholism. Though Paro has agreed to an arranged marriage with a wealthy landowner, she still loves… More

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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 88%

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"It does what the movies were meant to do: move, dance and swirl in the popular imagination."
‑ Patrick Z. McGavin, Chicago Tribune
"There's more to Devdas than extravagance; the emotion and passion of the story is felt just as strongly in every frame as the budget."
‑ Michael Dequina, TheMovieReport.com
"Pleasures don't come much guiltier than this."
‑ Kim Linekin, eye WEEKLY
"It's all vastly sumptuous, though the spectacle frequently overwhelms the dramatic impact."
‑ Liam Lacey, Globe and Mail
"The entire film has an overwhelming hugeness to it that's hard to resist."
‑ Jeffrey M. Anderson, Combustible Celluloid
"Opulence rules. So does emotion. Pack a lunch and have an experience because Bollywood beckons."
‑ Bruce Kirkland, Jam! Movies
"Aishwarya Rai's natural beauty anchors the film's three best musical numbers, which balance out the slower and heavier melodramatic parts. All in all, a classy production."
‑ Jeffrey Chen, Window to the Movies
"When a movie throws as much at you as Devdas does, it's easy to forgive minor disappointments."
‑ Jeremy Heilman, MovieMartyr.com
"At over two and a half hours, the film's epic scale may not suit some Western viewers, but those willing to surrender themselves to the drama are in for a real treat."
‑ Laura Bushell, BBC.com
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