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Raj, Yogi and Vikram - best friends, business partners, serial womanizers and happily married! Happy, because their lovely wives have no clue that their husbands cheat on them with every pretty young thing they can lay their eyes on. This picture perfect world is rocked when Raj's wife, Sanjana begins to suspect her husband and hires the suave private detective, Kishan, to tail him. Kishan's built his reputation as a man who saves marriages by getting erring husbands to mend their ways. In this particular case, however, his overwhelming attraction towards Sanjana means he may not be acting in her best interest! What follows is a crazy cat and mouse game, with Kishan trying to catch the husbands with their pants down literally and them attempting to just stay outside his grasp. Written by
It's not thank you . it's re-entry. Just the same successful formula of 'no entry' has been repeated. While making a lol entertainer it goes beyond it realms and ridicules the sanctity of relationships and marriages. In it's account of relationships it seems to be very one sided. But an objective look at relationship can never be expected from Anees Bazmee. The movie does what was expected from it - makes you laugh real hard. A large share of laughs come for Irrfan's performance. He proves once again his mantle and versatility in acting. His comic timing is phenomenal. The kind which Akshay kumar once showed in Mujse shadi Karogi. But as it has been for quite some time his performance seems repetitive. As for others, bobby acts bad as usual, Suniel overacts as usual again. Sonam kaoor irritates with cardboard character. Reema sen surprises with her quirkiness. Celia jaitley is hardly there. Songs are just burden as usual yet again. The ending goes overboard and tries to make a pigheaded soulless movie into a serious inquisition into relationships and fails miserably. The only low point of movie comes at the end.
This movie just belongs to Irrfan's incredible comic timing and Anees Bazmee's ability to pen funny insincere jokes. A timepass. :)
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