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Those who aren't yet fed up with films like Welcome, Housefull, or David Dhawan comedies, they mayn't find this film a wash-out. But overall, the film is a loud non brainer comedy which has much of non-sense and unbelievable stunts which leaves you at the end with a sour taste. At instances, the film does try to mystify you; but overall it becomes evident the film churns a very irrelevant story on the base of strong star cast. But I feel this isn't Salman's or Asin's good performance. What this film tries to do is pull the crowd on the basis of two chart-buster numbers, "Character Dhila Hai" and "Dhinchika" which sounds good outside the movie, but they are just two item numbers used in the film for the publicity. Perhaps, I won't return to this film again.
Rating: 1 star out of 4
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