Circa 1920 British India, Pindari leader, Prithvi Singh, narrates his story to a Report from London Times about betrayal and deceit at the hands of the British and Madhavgarh's Raja ... See full summary »
An adrenaline junkie walks away from a whirlwind romance and embraces a new life as a thief, though he soon finds himself pursued by veteran police officer and engaged in a turf war with a local gangster.
It tells the story of two lovers, Prem (Salman Khan) and Nisha (Madhuri Dixit). Their older siblings, Rajesh and Pooja get married. After Pooja has her baby, the elders decide to get Prem ... See full summary »
Kishen is a newspaper baron married to Kaajal, a housewife who suspects her husband of having numerous non-existent affairs. Pooja is the believing wife of ever-philandering globe-trotting ... See full summary »
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In Thailand, Prem is the heir to his family's business empire. His father wants him to get married. But Prem is enjoying bachelorhood, until a case of mixed-up identities leads him to runaway bride Sanjanna. Sanjanna is an orphan and her greedy feuding uncles want to get their hands on her inheritance. Returning to India, Prem and his family concoct a grand scheme to win hearts and take home the bride... Written by
It would seem that Indian cinema is in a downward spiral led by the desire of Akshay Kumar and Salman Khan to prove who is actually the worst actor in India and the most incapable of performing in comedy roles. If this effort is any indication to go by, Indian cinema is in a very, very, very bad state.
Good points? Well, Asin as ever looks absolutely gorgeous and illuminates the screen every second she is on. Paresh Rawal is also as ever excellent. Some of the cameos are good. Err, a couple of the songs are excellent. That's about it I am afraid.
Bad points? Way to many to list unfortunately. I am guessing this was an attempt at some slapstick humor Bollywood style but it missed the mark by such a long distance it is not funny (no really, it is not funny). Its a turgid 3 hours indeed when you don't even get anything remotely resembling a good laugh out of a comedy.
Okay, we all know that Salman Khan cannot act to save his life but please, can we at least get one film without him removing his shirt to show off his physique? Its getting boring... and honestly it isn't that great. Some of the action sequences are laughably bad (sorry, there was a laugh in the film!), characters are clichéd beyond the ridiculous, the plot is non-existent (more like a collection of short films that may or may not be edited together in a coherent way), nothing in the way of originality to be found and they really didn't even take the opportunity to properly use some of the great locations Thailand would have given them.
Basically a formulaic film to showcase the dubious talents of Salman Khan. The only reason it gets 4/10 is because of Asin - otherwise it would barely get 2/10. If you are looking for some mindless entertainment (or are obsessed with Salman Khan) then this might just about suit but there are definitely plenty better out there, even from Salman.
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