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This is the first time I've taken the time to actually write movie
review here. This is the worst movie I've seen in my life (and I watch
The mainstay of it is insufferably boring and childish, while also throwing in sexist and racist (towards Australian) moments like it's the 1900s. It jumps all over the place in terms of style, tone, characterisation and storyline - doesn't hold together at all. In the hope it would get better later on, I watched it to the end and found the experience stressful and torturous.
Avoid. Especially if you're not mentally challenged.
This is a brilliant film but not recommended for family viewing, its
got comedy,emotions n love, But above all its totally 'Unpredictable'
you don't know around the corner,its full of surprises! If your going
out with d lads/girls or just ya Girlfriend/Wife OR Boyfriend/Husband
then go ahead you will certainly enjoy it! ;) But once again, not
recommended for family viewing.. Akshay Kumar n d Lads do a great job
and vidya does her magic, well done to sajid khan for a successful
movie !! Great direction! The baby was really cute, there were a lot of
moment where you could say.. 'Awww' and also laugh it was just
brilliant! The title song is just AWESOME! and the song Mast Kalander!
All of the songs are enjoyable, you will definitely love it! Go ahead n
goto watch it for ya self! i don't like how people are saying bad
things about it, and spoiling the movie for others, if you've got
nothing decent to say DON'T SAY ANYTHING or PLEASE PLEASE DO NOT I
REPEAT DO NOT SPOIL IT FOR OTHER PEOPLE! LET THEM GOTO WATCH IT!
Everyone has there own taste! NOT EVERYONES THE SAME! Thanx
Of course this is a new genre of Bollywood movies...comedy which is gaining popularity don't go looking for depth ...and sure it is a rip off the Hollywood movie three men and a baby but still I really liked the chemistry between Akshay Kumar, Fardeen Khan and Ritesh Deshmukh..the dialog are quite witty too...the movie starts off quite well and the scenes where the three guys are trying to handle the baby are quite hilarious...some kudos are due to the director Sajid Khan for keeping a good grip...Vidya Balan looks lovely too...and the just check out the cameo appearance of the great SRK and guess what he has a pony tail...all in all a good comedy:)
Please Sajid Khan, stick to what you do better (which is a tough
question to answer). This movie started out with vulgar humor and
continued throughout. Vulgarity that Sajid Khan is always full of. He
tried to follow the typical 'masala film' guidelines. Thus, squeezing
in an 'all-star cast' song and guest-appearances by the other left over
actors in the film industry. But, this movie needed a lot more than
just this masala and a xerox copy of a well known Hollywood movie.
Akshay Kumar was natural as usual and he brought some humor to the movie but that was forced as well. Maybe the next time around Sajid, you should put some real efforts into making a movie and stop PLAGIARIZING!!
Hey Babyy was a huge box office success and further established Akshay Kumar as a dependable actor(Namastey London, Bhagam Bhag, Bhool Bulainya were all massive hits). I only managed to catch this movie on TV a couple of months and it would be suffice to say I was very disappointed. I think most of the blame should fall on Sajid Khan, don't get me wrong I think he is hilarious in five minutes sketches but he can't make people laugh for three hours. The main problem is that Sajid Khan couldn't make up his mind whether he wanted to make Hey Babyy a comedy or a drama, which results in an uneasy mix of both. As a result of that the film fails on both counts, it doesn't make you laugh and it didn't me cry. Now onto the best aspect of Hey Babyy, the songs are tremendous, my favourites being Jaane bhi de and Mast Kalandar(which has a guest appearance by Shah Rukh Khan). Hey Babyy is an unfunny fare from an otherwise hilarious Sajid Khan.
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This film may have earned a couple of extra stars if it was not for
some distasteful content in the film. The manner that this film dealt
with the specific key turning point in the lives of the 3 main male
characters at which point they change their feelings towards the baby
girl is alien to me as a UK westerner.
What starts out as a mild comedy, turns in to horror and disgust, when these 'so called' lovable guys shouted "bitch" at a crying baby girl after which they dump her outside a church where she almost drowns and dies! It's not that I am not used to seeing shocking scenes, but these 2 scenes were completely out of context from the flow of the rest of this film, and left you with nothing but disdain for the 3 main characters and their transformation in to lovable caring father figures.
Totally tactless on the part of the director.
I don't think I've ever felt more demoralised and disgusted watching a
Bollywood flick. The AWFUL Akshay Kumar and those two other idiots make
for a stomach churning viewing experience. Even the apparent comedy
isn't funny. The very talented Vidya Balan was wasted on this one too.
The soundtrack terrible on the whole.
Worst aspect was seeing the three buffoons as camp father figures. I was hoping the movie would end when Angel's mother took the baby away from them.
And I'm fed up of Bollywood movies becoming so westernised. Do a movie which actually reflects something about India!
Though being an adaption of the Hollywood flick "3 Men and a little lady" , the direction of the film is a lot refreshing. Sajid Khan in his directorial debut has done a fantastic job. No where in the film do you feel any drab. He has perfectly inculcated the 20 min story ,which the western film moguls like Universal , Columbia Tristar train their directors before commencing on a film shooting. The thesis behind this 20 min story is that , before one actually gets into the main story of the film , there is always a period of 20 mins for films to run around the bush in order to settle the audience. This can perfectly be seen in the sitcoms like Friends , The Simpsons..etc who follow a 5 min story. What's more refreshing about the movie is that the assisting director has done a good job as well. Unlike some recent movies like Om Shanti Om , though the front direction was good , the main reason why people did not like the movie is because the assistant director was not good at all. The junior artists in the background portrayed very bad characters and very not directed well to do so. There are a very few films that have the co-director working equally as well as the main director . Some of the films include blockbusters like "Sarkar , Lagaan..etc".Overall the movie is worth to be seen at least once by all movie goers .And yes the baby is also cute !!!!
If you thought LITTLE MAN from the Wayans Brothers was a stinker, well this Bollywood musical made in Sydney Australia is dire-rear. And it is astonishingly offensive. Based or stolen from THREE MEN AND A BABY this awful rip off with wobble head disco tracks actually manages to turn already idiotic oafs into hateful cretinous characters in the appalling cruelty shown to this baby in this dumb film. Supposedly these three selfish stooges find a baby on the doorstep and then bicker relentlessly about having to look after the child... whining and slapping each other in-between pathetic songs.... and spitting hateful remarks at this tiny kid. Then after they have reduced you to gasping in disbelief the script calls for them to abandon the kid in a storm, where the director then chooses to show us the horrifying sight of a baby wet and blue lying in a sodden basket. So idiotic are the on screen antics and boorish enough, these utterly distressing and disgusting scenes remove any non existent interest and attempts at reviving attention in the rest of the film. These three idiots then decide they love this near dead wet baby and get her revived... so they can skip and romp around the landmarks of Sydney to our further head shaking bewilderment. HEYY BABYY is a travesty and an insult to the beautiful city of Sydney as much as it would surely be to any paddy worker in a mud cinema in India. Awful in every way. Made of course with support from our misled City tourism board.
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heyy baby is not only about three men and a baby...there's more, a lot
of laughter,wonderful acting and more... the story begins with three
play boys who enjoy life to the fullest that they don't even remember
how many girls they have ever dated, life for them is all about drinks
partying and girls! suddenly their life takes a turn when one fine
morning a baby is left abandoned at their door. being perfect bachelors
they have no clue on how to handle a few month old baby and from here
the story takes you into a fun filled atmosphere full of silliness(u
have to stop using ur brains and just go with the flow of the comedy)
you have to see how from full time road romeos they guys turn into full
time DADA'S.. how they begin to value relationships and respect women.
all in all this film is a stress buster, a change from the stress of day to day life. i enjoyed every bit. well done to the entire team of heyy baby.
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