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Pyare Mohan (2006)

India's underworld is ruled by Don Tony Fernandez and his brother Tiny. Tony decides that he has had enough, goes to confess in a Church, kills one of his men, and then gets himself killed ... See full summary »

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India's underworld is ruled by Don Tony Fernandez and his brother Tiny. Tony decides that he has had enough, goes to confess in a Church, kills one of his men, and then gets himself killed via a car bomb. What the Indian authorities do not know is that Tony is alive and well, living in style in Bangkok, Thailand, along with Tiny. Then on a flight to Bangkok, a man named Dholakia, fearing that the plane is going crash, confesses to a priest that he is Tony, which is overheard by two sisters, Preeti and Piya Malhotra, who are headed to Bangkok to do a song and dance show. Tony kills the priest, and the police arrest the Malhotra sisters, and if found guilty, both will hang. But Tony is not taking any chances, he asks Tiny to ensure that the two sisters are killed. But hilarious chaos reigns when two former Bollywood stunt artistes, Pyare, and Mohan, intervene to save the Malhotra sisters. The only problem is that Pyare is blind, and Mohan is deaf. And Tony is quite sure that he is going... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Sajid Khan was signed for the film but replaced by Snehal Dhabi. See more »

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Funny film
28 May 2006 | by See all my reviews

Seems like these days everyone in Bollywood has a disability (mute-Teesri Aankh; deaf/blind/mute-Black; blind-Humko Tumse Pyaar Hai; mute/deaf/blind-Tom, Dick, and Harry) and now deaf/blind with Pyare Mohan. Thank goodness, though, that this time it's a comedy! Vivek Oberoi is deaf, and Fardeen Khan plays blind. Being a comedy, their acting is not meant to be realistic at all, but just funny, which it definitely is! Vivek and Fardeen's scenes are absolutely hilarious. I'd say this is one of the best comedies of 2006. Boman Irani's acting is as always impeccable. It doesn't matter that the story is very predictable--the comedy keeps you going! However, the climax just stretches it too far and doesn't go along with the rest of the film. Nonetheless, Pyare Mohan is enjoyable. Vivek gives a great performance after a long time (since Saathiya), and Fardeen is good too. Esha is good and looks great. Amrita's decent. Songs are not too bad. All in all, Pyare Mohan's a light-hearted, be it a bit over-the top, fun-filled comedy!


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