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Doesn't live up to the hype but still a good comedy
I was expecting a lot from this movie being a David Dhawan film with a totally awesome starcast, catchy tunes, and a lot of hype. Kader Khan, I thought, was the funniest part of them all. I thought the humor attempted by Akshay Kumar on Salman Khan seemed a bit harsh and not all that funny. The trio of Salman, Priyanka, and Akshay gave a good performance. "Jeene Ke Hai 4 Din" and "Lal Dupatta" were good songs. The others were average. The climax was nice and improved the movie quite a bit as it was going quite downhill towards the end. Akshay Kumar's star power seems to be gradually increasing day-by-day as his movies seem to be doing quite well. This movie is not bad; it's a good timepass.
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