Rani Mukherjee
Mar 15, 2005Rani was wow, great, stunning, wonderful, etc in Hum Tum. Tum is a girl, and she's proud of it. She stands up for herself and who she is. She transformed into the chic though conservative woman of the world who clings to old-world values in the hope that the new-age wisdom won't blow them away.
Shilpa Shetty
Mar 15, 2005Phir Milenge presents a redefined Shilpa Shetty. Her superlative performance in this film gives audiences a window into Tamannas heart and soul. There is no trace of an item-girl beginning to take on serious roles; as a woman fighting for dignity in a society that fears and condemns her, Shetty definitively demonstrates that she is an exceptional actress capable of outstanding work. She plays her character with a kind of quiet grace.
Urmila Matondkar
Mar 15, 2005Urmila proves herself yet again with her brilliant performance in 'Ek Hasina Thi'. Urmila Matondkar has certainly proved that she is far ahead from being a pretty damsel. She beautifully does her transformation from a naive girl, who is scared of rats into a hardcore woman.
Aishwarya Rai
Mar 15, 2005Aishwarya Rai says her role of a deglamourised, tired-looking, overweight, middleclass housewife in "Raincoat" was her most challenging to date. Aishwarya has delivered a walloping performance in the film.
Preity Zinta
Mar 15, 2005She is the essence of the story. She looks lovely as the Pakistani girl with her rather brown hair and stunning eyes. Preity as the young-cheerful girl till the mature Zaara keeps on coming up with different expressions, showing her abilities in acting.

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