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After witnessing nothing but acrimony between his bickering Mumbai-based parents, Kishen and Mala Chopra, Bunty refuses to marry his girlfriend, Tanya Gonsalves. He is then introduced to her eccentric grandfather, Professor Anthony Gonsalves, and finds that the latter has invented a time-travel machine. Bunty travels back in time - specifically Holi 1975 - when Mumbai was called Bombay and gets to meet his parents when they were younger. He is shocked to find his buck-toothed wimpy father, and his mother - a goon-like tomboy. Amidst the terror of Raman Raghav, the impending Emergency of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, banning of multinationals - including Coca Cola - and the Charisma of superstar Rajesh Khanna - he sets about to try and set things right between not only his bickering parents but also his feuding grandparents. He will soon find out that his mother has another admirer - who will not leave any stone unturned to marry her. Written by
No way should this movie be rated under 6 or 7 out of 10 (it is 4 now). I think people don't get the kind of movie this is. It is meant to be light hearted comedy, don't try to find logical loopholes. For me this was the best comedy of 2010, better than Goolmal or No Problem or any other movie from earlier this year. This is a must see for all Akshay fans. I would rate it his second best comedy after Garam Masala. He is the #1 actor in Bollywood today, no one has his shown as much versatility as him in the types of roles has has portrayed over the years. Salman is close second because he still struggles with more serious, emotional type of roles. SRK or Hritik can't even come close. Don't let the low rating fool you, if you have enjoyed Akshay comedies in the past, this one will be a blast.
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