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4 out of 12 people found the following review useful:

NO Entry Without Laughter

8/10
Author: Katgara_aresh from India
29 August 2005

This movie is definitely one of the funniest movies ever seen. All the characters played their part well.Anil was definitely the best. His expressions were just class. He is one of the few actors who can perform almost any role with versatility.Fardeen was GOOD.He and Anil had great chemistry between them.They were class.Bipasha was awesome after a long time.Lara & Esha were also good.Celina was absolutely stunning. Salman was also great but very little screen time. Boman Irani was also great.

However overall this movie is both comedy and goofy.Salman has very little screen time compared to Anil and Fardeen but there is a balance between them.

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2 out of 12 people found the following review useful:

No Entry-Good if they are telling this to the Audience

2/10
Author: sandhirflora from India
13 October 2005

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

As if we do not have enough of those David Dhawans and Indra Kumars that now we have another addition to this list called Mr.Anees Bazmee. This film maker has given us at least bearable "Pyar To Hona Hi Tha" and "Deewangee" in past but this time he joined the list of those above mentioned highly celebrated ones whose prime purpose is to play to the gallery and for that purpose no matter how regressively they have to portray their women folk, they care a damn! So again another Masti-type, a poor American pie category product where instead of youngsters you again have those ageing highly frustrated typical MCP types chasing women like a dog as if women are not human beings but those strange creatures "from Venus", meant to satisfy and also boost the ultimate wants/ego of this species, and worse their women also believe so. What a great thought and imagination in 100 plus years of evolution of cinema? Oh, oh what is that great thing, the super-duper discovery hidden under the frock or for that matter under the "cholis" of women? Come on dudes, grow up, this is 21st century and men definitely have other interesting things in life than woman to do and discover. American Pie at least has some comic situations that look genuine and apt in those circumstances but here when your favorite stars do something similar, they appears pitiable and cut a sorry figure. Sir..Kaam…sorry Kaamedi hai sir, Edoolt Kaamedi ,boldwala… public ko wohi chahiye. Dekha nahi aapne TV pe wo audience reaction? Oh God! What the f*** , sorry …hell, am I talking about? Am I reviewing or lost my sense? This is "suppose" to be biggest hit of 2005 and considered an entertainer by all box office Badshahs. Eureka, they discovered a new formula. Something must be wrong. I should say something that is diplomatic and politically correct. Therefore, Control Alternate Delete everything I said so far. I should talk like a proper review writer. This is highly entertaining, full of comedy that you can definitely watch with your families. It has a strong message too for the society and doing a great service by educating youngsters about the most important things in life (courtesy Mr. Boney Kapoor and Mr. Anees Bazmee). It is film for the masses. Direction, story, script, acting everything is class. Don't miss. Go watch it. It's your daily dose of popcorn. Right sir?

Note: for those who read this review, if you don't like it even I give a damn!

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3 out of 14 people found the following review useful:

Mediocrity, thy name is Bollywood

1/10
Author: Aam Aadmi from United States
22 December 2005

This movie is supposed to be a "laugh riot, comedy, hilarious" and all that, according to the previews on the local desi channel.

It is anything but. Jokes are the typical B-grade 'el cheapo' kind. The comedy is slapstick. In this hastily written story (no plot, of course, otherwise it can't be Bollywood), a guy who it seems is not-so-happily married to his suspicious wife, is lured into tasting the "forbidden fruit" by his BIL (bro-in-law) and his photographer colleague who also conveniently happens to be an employee searching for a place to stay. What happens at the end is anyone's guess.

Acting is tepid (why do they even bother casting Esah Deol??) with Khan and Kapoor clearly looking over-age. They don't come across as married-guys-looking-to-settle-down, or as enjoying married life. No wonder they fall for the dancing damsel. All in all, it is a bogus farce that only Bollywood can cook up.

Could be much better on stage (likely where its stolen from).

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