Raftaar Singh (Akshay) spends his days whiling his time away dancing and jumping through fire hula-hoops at fairs in Bassi Pathana in Punjab. While his father (Yograj Singh) is tired of his...
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A man takes his thoroughly-British daughter to his home country, India. There, he arranges a marriage to someone she considers a fool. The daughter attempts to outwit them, but the groom quietly and patiently hatches his own plan.
Sapna, the daughter of the Saigal family's driver is a simple fun-loving girl, but her dreams are not as simple. She dreams about riches and day-dreams about her dream man. Vijay Saigal and... See full summary »
Raftaar Singh (Akshay) spends his days whiling his time away dancing and jumping through fire hula-hoops at fairs in Bassi Pathana in Punjab. While his father (Yograj Singh) is tired of his ways, his mother (Rati Agnihotri) caters to his appetite with home-cooked jalebis, before the former asks Raftaar to choose a path for himself. Either get married to a certain Sweety, or move to Goa and work under his father's friend. Considering the first option unimaginable, Raftaar chooses the second.
Amazing comic timing! Akshay Kumar is improving at this in every comedy movie that he does. This year this is the fourth movie for Akshay and switching gears from Baby to 'Gabbar is back' to Brothers to 'Singh is Bliing' all four movies have different characters played to the fullest by Akshay. Singh is Bliing has an amazing opening song!! Very light hearted comedy. Amy Jackson does justice to her character too. Lara Dutta is a big surprise!! The dance moves in the movie complement the theme of 'comedy'. Almost everything about this movie makes you laugh. One thing that makes this movie believable is that Raftaar does not eventually speak in English / Sara does not eventually speak in Hindi. Overall it is a complete entertainer. We do not need to expect stories out of any movie these days!
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