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Laxminarayan lives a poor lifestyle in Mumbai along with his widowed mother, Kanta, who wants him to be a successful gangster like Batlabhai, and would like him to kill a few people, make enough money, then get married to Khujli's daughter, Meena. In order to fulfill his mother's wish, Laxminarayan accepts a contract to kill D'Mello Yadav, a Pondi-based gangster, who has stolen a diamond from Batla. Then there is Laxminarayan, the detailed and obedient Secretary of D.M. Pipat, who wants him to buy a vintage car from a Pondi-based used car dealer, Laila. Finally, there is the third Laxminarayan, who sells undergarments and runs a business 'Bulbul Lingerie' along with his son, Sonu, who decides to travel to Pondi to meet with his new supplier, Jiya. The trio all arrive and book rooms next to each other in Blue Diamond Hotel. Their respective lives will be hilariously turned upside down when Pipat's assistant will be mistaken for Kanta's son, and taken hostage by Yadav and his men; while... Written by
Usha Nadkarni who plays Tushar Kapoor's mother in the film,A year later she was seen playing the mother of lead character Sushant Singh in BalaJi Telefilms serial Pavitra Rishta from 2009 to 2014. See more »
Irrelevant, Irrational, Stupid, Rauncy but very funny....
Lets get a few things clear..
Anyone watching this movie (and for that matter almost any comedy in India), should be well prepared for the same slapstick humour that we have been seeing since the days of Johar and Mehmood, IF ANYONE ONE OF You'll GOING TO SEE A COMEDY EXPECT ANYTHING HALF INTELLIGENT IN AN Indian COMEDY THAN You'll ARE FOOLS PLAIN AND SIMPLE.
That being said i love such comedies, I'm a simple man with simple tastes who likes to light movies which are away from reality, (I HAVE ENOUGH REALITY IN MY LIFE), and those who like movies like Kya Kool Hain Hum, Masti, will like this movie.
ALSO MAKE NO MISTAKE THIS IS VERY MUCH AN ADULT MOVIE,the jokes are raunchy and since i went with my family i found myself holding back my laughter,on a lot of jokes, and almost squirming in some scenes.
That being said lets get to other less relevant things like acting, music, direction etc.
The music is ordinary almost bordering on bad, this movie could have done with at least one or two less songs.
Acting was good considering the limited premise that was on offer,THE ACTORS WHO ACTUALLY SHONE WERE SUPPORTING ACTORS LIKE dmellos yadav aka papa, and his sidekicks.
Paresh Rawal was really good and slightly different after a long time,i love the way they played on the fact that most underwear salesman in India are male.
THE ACTRESSES WERE ANOTHER STORY although neetu did a fine job of ripping of the endearing FIR, the other 2 were hideous ONE LOOKED LIKE A MAN AND THE OTHER HAS THE BODY OF A MAN.(one guess as to who was whom).
Techinically this movie had nothing to speak about.
The movie is filled with lots of good moments especially the double meaning dialogues and the scenes with Papa and his henchmen.
What really pulls this movie down are the unnecessary songs, the bad performance by the actresses,the very annoying track with Upen and Tanisha, a few over the top scenes,and the so so climax.
IN ALL A TYPICAL Indian COMEDY THATS ALMOST ORIGINAL AND GOOD WAY TO HAVE SOME LIGHT HEARTED FUN IN THE CINEMA...
WITH YOUR FRIENDS.
-s actresses, some over the top scenes, tanisha/upen,songs,climax.
+/-s slapstick, raunchy fun (you like or you hate)???.
+s Papa and his henchmen, Paresh Rawal, almost original,good acting.
total 7/10 (factoring in the correct expectations that i had and are a must, maybe after a few repeated viewing i may actually like this movie more, but better that good is what i first felt and im sticking to that).
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