Gori Tere Pyaar Mein Hindi Blu RaySold and Shipped from NJ,USAOriginal Print with English SubtittleStarring :- Imran Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Shraddha Kapoor, Anupam KherDirector :- Punit MalhotraProducer :- Karan JoharIn this beautifully crafted hindi movie, meet the gorgeous jodi of the village-side story. Dia (Kareena) is a social worker whol lives in Bengalore. In Bengalore, she meets the US -educated architect Sriram (Imran), whom she calls 'Sridevi'; a misfit and 'black' sheep in a traditional, lungi-clad Tam-Brahman family. Sriram is carefree, casual about love, lazy and shows little humanitarian inkling. Dia is a fiery, righteous rebel, who fights for everything that is unfair. Being polls apart, they still fall in love, but their ideologies are completely misaligned, so over some bickering and fighting, they split up and move on. He moves on to Vasudha (the gorgeous Shraddha), while Dia heads to a remote village in Gujarat.Soon he realizes his dil beats for Dia, and he follows her all the way to Jhumli gaon. The only way to win her over is to embrace the gobar, gareebi, gais (cows) murghis (though he'd rather see the 'chick(en)s' in a tandoor), and whole bunch of dhoti-clad villagers (straight out of 'Lagaan', even with 'Oh Mitwa' playing in the background for impact). Yes, he even sacrifices his strictly 'chicketarian' diet for dhoklas instead (becharo chhokro!). Lastly, he helps Dia with her mammoth dream of replacing the gaon's shaky rope-bridge with a real one. Now, will 'Sridevi' be able to use his chaalbaazi to crossover to his chhori - That's the idea.Imran, is most at ease playing Romedy roles, it shows. He's endearing and likeable as a loverboy. Kareena looks stunning in her desi avatar and pulls off the chhori-chichhori with spontaneity and spunk. Shraddha makes a 'pretty' pleasant cameo; and Anupam Kher entertains with his madcap act.This movie is a sweet, breezy romantic movie with likeable characters presented in glossy, lavish, true Karan Johar (producer) style. In the second half, the 'the bridge over troubled waters' project is a bit stretched, and you wish the gaonwallahs would leave the pair to romance instead. Music (Vishal-Shekhar) is peppy and pleasing.