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I have an eclectic taste in movies. I like all different genres and even when I don't particularly enjoy a movie, I can usually (if grudgingly) accept that it wasn't a bad one. But Budha Mar Gaya has nothing to say in its defence. I have watched my share of bad movies but this one takes the cake by far.
There is now a trend in bollywood for making weird type of comedys. It can be best described as a combination of in-your-face, intentionally- stupid, and ridiculous exaggeration making a very, very unfunny concoction. And the sad part is that these films are doing well, which unfortunately shows the intelligence of the average Indian.
Buddha Mar gaya is the epitome of the comedy described above. There is no storyline and the movie is expected to float on its on using the comedy as a life jacket. The performances are terrible, including the (in)famous Rakhi Sawant. However, to be fair, one can't really blame them as it is probably the way the scrip forced them to act. It's a wonder why fine actors of Bollywood like Anupam Kher accept such scripts in the first place.
A malaise has struck bollywood, and the result is that trashy movies are being made, best characterized by Buddhu Mar Gaya.
Must not watch. 0/10
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