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Vishi is a local goon who basically likes beating up people to get his work done but is nonetheless a kind-hearted person. On the other hand Khushi is an extremely clumsy girl who keeps losing her chances with destiny and gets suddenly lucky after she accidentally meets Vishi. Amidst the building chemistry between Khushi and Vishi, local cops and an international don named Xavier are on the look-out for AJ aka Jai who is a look alike of Vishi and is in the same city. The story takes a major turn of events when both AJ and Vishi come face to face.Written by
Prabhu Deva- a director who is a disgrace to the Bollywood industry
I have been a fan of Masala films like Dabanng and Main Hoon Na but this one failed to lie in that genre. The execution and story of the movie were both atrocious to say the least. Very choppy editing that I have ever seen in my life. The action scenes are one of the biggest letdowns in the movie. The music is so ridiculous that made me thinking what HR had in his mind when being offered as a composer for Action Jackson. Ajay Devgan's performance is like Tiger Shroff and Fardeen Khan combined only in this movie although he previously did well in his other movies. I still remembered that cheesy line when Sonakshi said to Ajay that you dance better than Prabhu Deva. After hearing Punjabi Mast, yeah he sure does!!! Manasvi Mamgai was attractive in the movie but she had bad taste in acting her role. Prabhu Deva should leave the film directing sector and just stick to making peoples bodies move because that is the only thing he is good at. Lights, Camera, and Action and Prabhu Deva, there is a huge difference on how he does it.
This film overall was an atrocity and a disgrace to North Indian Cinema and the world.
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