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Its high time Bollywood takes its audience seriously
In spite of witnessing recently released classic Akshay Kumar flops ( Tees Maar Khan , Joker ) i still went for this movie remembering Akshay's old action flicks (Khiladi, Khiladiyon ka .....) hoping to see Akshay in a serious yet a comic role. I realized my mistake 15 minutes in to the movie.
Making funny faces, speaking in a funny tone and funny character names does not make audiences laugh. Using a concept which was tried tested and horribly failed at makes the movie even more boring,if i could recall i hardly laughed that too at the stupidity of the film makers that how could they even think that this stuff will sell ? to defend their faults they will title it 'Mindless Comedy' there's no such thing as mindless comedies we pay good amount of money for purchasing a movie ticket and we deserve an intelligent script, lately film makers are making such movies and calling them comedies and changing the audience perception about comedy movies. Where are the movies like "3 Idiots , Dhamaal , Hera Pheri , and the legend 'Andaaz Apna Apna' those movies are called as comedies they were intelligently funny.
I really wouldn't suggest this movie to any one, and there isn't anything worth reviewing in this movie. I felt insulted and stupid going for this movie, and would want our film makers to stop treating audiences as foolish as their movies, and work a little bit harder when they are writing scripts and stories.
I rate this movie 3 because of the effort of 100's of people put in to this movie even though it was horrible and also for its music ( though i am sure it must have been copied from somewhere, still two numbers in this movie are catchy remaining songs like Saari , Saari Raath made me laugh like crazy though it was meant to be sad or a romantic song Himesh reshmaiyya stooped down to one more level just when we thought that he couldn't be any worse )
If you are looking for a comedy there's nothing new here, i would rather suggest you to rent few Hindi classic comedies and enjoy them instead of making the actors and film makers of this kind rich for free.
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