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Indra Kumar known for dramatic films mixed with over the top comedy(mostly in first half)e.g. DIL, BETA, ISHQ, AASHIQ tried to make a complete comedy on the lines of American PIE
The film is about adultery, sex treated in a funny way and the jokes are very funny at times especially the problems depicting their marriage and the decision of affair is also treated well The whole angle makes you laugh at times though illogical but you shouldn't ask questions The tempo looses till Lara reveals the plan and then the twist in the tale The Ajay track is very well handled The entire track of Ajay-Viveik- Aftab- Ritiesh is hilarious but some gags are treated badly one is the overdose of the gay jokes which is funny at first and then done to death Also the Rakhi Sawant portion Plus the melodrama towards the finale The climax too isn't that great
Direction by Indra Kumar is good in most parts Music is okay Amongst actors Aftab Shivdasani sharpens his comic skills though he is too loud at places but he does a great job in most places Ritiesh steals the show with his brilliant performance He looks the character and plays it with brilliance, his expressions only make you laugh mostly, He is natural Viveik tries a bit hard and does well in some portions but looks out of place in some Lara Dutta is good Ajay Devgan fits his part very well and deadpan humour suits him well Amongst wives Genelia is very good, Amrita does her part well though she is too much at times Tara Sharma bores Archana is hilarious
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