Director: Karan Razdan
Cast: Aashish Chowdhry, Isha Koppikar, Amrita Arora
Music: Daboo Malik
Karan Razdan's Girlfriend deals with lesbianism which is going to shock the audience with the generous skin show and the unusual love triangle. Girlfriend has two 'best friends', Tanya [Isha Koppikar] and Sapna [Amrita Arora], living together who love to party and live a carefree life. Tanya is overtly possessive about Sapna, so much so that she even bashes up guys who try to act fresh with her. When Tanya goes out of town on an official work, Sapna happens to meet Rahul [Aashish Chowdhry] in a party. By the time Tanya is back, Sapna is in love. When Tanya learns about their relationship she is mad with jealousy. Tanya goes all out to wreck Sapna's relationship with Rahul. Writer-director Karan Razdan has dealt with the concept of lesbianism in a very bold way. What will shock the audience is the lengthy love making scene between two women prior to the intermission. Post interval the film relies on drama and at times is quite boring and the story drags on to a predictable ending. The acting is mediocre and stereotypical ? Isha at her villainous best, Amrita at her brainless best, Aashish at his harried best. There is no scene or dialogue worth remembering. Daboo Malik's music is tuneful, though the placement of songs could've been better. Over all the film will do well sice it has two essential things in the film -- one is sex and the other is shoch-value.