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Two down on their luck men tries to kidnap a wealthy businesswoman's dog to demand a hefty ransom from her. Things goes haywire when the dog goes missing and plan begins to deteriorate, leading to further chaos and confusion.
Arush Mehra lives a fairly wealthy lifestyle in Sydney, Australia along with two room-mates, Tanmay Joglekar, and Ali Hyder. He works for a food chain, while Tanmay entertains children as 'Eddy Teddy', and Ali takes care of their apartment. All three are womanizers and usually end up sleeping with around 30 different women every year. Arush travels to Delhi to attend Arjun's wedding, and this is where he meets with Isha Sahni, who also resides in Australia, he impresses and wins her over, both get intimate, and shortly thereafter Isha catches him sleeping with Devika, and both split up. Arush returns to Sydney and forgets about this incident. Then one day they find a baby right outside their door with a note to take care of her. The trio suspect each other of being the father, then attempt to get rid of the child, but change their mind, look after her, name her Angel, adore her, and start a frantic and hilarious search for her mother. A few months later Isha shows up, takes Angel in ...Written by
Sajid Khan approached Himanshu Malik to cast his daughter in the film. Himanshu turned down the idea. See more »
The film's Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge AKA DDLJ moment - note Anupam's character's name: This is Isha! My God! Beautiful! Mind blowing! Done!
Done? What's done?
I will tell you. Are you her husband?
No. But Isha is still single.
You are still single? Raj is also a bachelor!
Raj! Who is Raj?
But Raj was supposed to get married to Simran!
But before the wedding Simran ran away. Simran ran away! I wish she had missed the train.
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The music video of the song 'Hey Babyy feat. Girlband' plays during the end credits. See more »
I went into this movie fully prepared, it was one of those movies, MOST PEOPLE EITHER LOVE IT OR HATE IT, and I was prepared for any of them.
The fact is I had to cut 3 hrs (involves paperwork and college office, you know the drill) and this movie was ideally positioned to service that need.
This movie starts out well enough, once again we have a foreign local, English titles, western clothing and hinglish dialogues with entire sentences in pure English.
Despite my hatred for the above the start is brilliant, the first song is rocking with the multiple cameos from mostly hot chicks, WHEN THEY MISCHIEVIOUSLY PULL DOWN RIYA SENS TOP I HAD A HEART ATTACK, then the baby comes and we have a loads of R-rated jokes.AND MOST Definitely THE FUNNIEST SCENE IN THE MOVIE WITH THE FLYING DIAPER.
When you start at the top the only place left to go is down, and the movie made is somewhat slow progress downwards, not the normal gentle slope even but the kind of up and down ride you would see on financial charts, in between there were some really funny moments like the children beating up Ritiesh.
Then the tragedy happens and the melodrama starts, not the subtle kind, but THE KIND OF MELODRAMA THATS MAKES THE CRYING IN KARAN JOHAR MOVIES LOOK SUBTLE, "ITS ALL ABOUT LOVING THE BABY" you see.
An entire half hour is dedicated to the reformed men, with a 3rd grade song to boot.
AND IM THINKING HEY BABY, WHATS HAPPENING..??!!.
Who is this movie, made for? What is the rating of this movie? Why did that scene have to be there? Maybe its for people like me, it has to be, with the hot chicks with the VERY ADULT JOKES, the adulterous carefree men. No no, I've got it wrong this movie is for the kids, I mean it has loads of kiddy jokes, and a few kiddy songs, and look how much the men like the baby, wait whats happening, wrong again this movie is for the women, i don't know how i missed it, the men reform, they love and take care of the child, stay at home to do house-work, THE MEN CRY (nothing turns on women more than to see men that cry, thats why married men suffer so much hehe), oookkkkkkkkkkk this time I've got to be right, this movies for the urban audience in general, i mean everything is in English entire dialogues and scenes are almost in English so it must be for them, but then .......... ....................... women, men, urban, rural, children, adults aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarrgh.
THEN IT HIT ME.
THIS MOVIES BEEN MADE FOR EVERYBODY.
Not the kind of movie thats so good that everybody will love, but the kind of movie, that looks like cloth thats been stitched with many different colours because the tailor feels that since each colour is a different persons favourite colour if he puts all of them in one place all of them will love them.
We all know what such a cloth would like wouldn't it.
But ask any woman and she will tell you, "PATCHWORK IS IN RIGHT NOW", and maybe it is, because this movie isn't exactly doing badly.
The acting is good, most of the focus is one Akshay, though the others have done well in the limited roles they have, and with whatever limited talent they have to.
Im not gay and not normally one to dedicate paragraphs on how people looked, but Ritiesh actually looked gay, Fardeen looked fat,and Vidya looked like a fat aunty with a bad fashion sense. But heres why i clarified that im not gay, Akshay Kumar looked fabulous SRK is looking the best he has ever looked and yet Akshay Kumar just outshone him in the song, im loosing weight and its actually quite an inspiration to see the long term rewards of being fit.
The direction and script writing was haphazard as explained earlier, but was the potential was there, with some work Sajid Khan may actually pull of his new career.
Technically this film was OK, there were lots of stock shots of Australia which comes with the free shooting that they provide.
Songs were OK/bad, save for the title and the item song.
In all truly ordinary film, that mostly incites extreme reactions, a few good scenes, are mixed with mostly ordinary and some really bad ones, THE AMOUNT OF MELODRAMA IS ALSO ALARMING IF YOUR NOT PREPARED FOR IT, ESPECIALLY IF YOU Don't ENJOY IT, LIKE I Don't.
Watch with correct expectations, its also come to my notice after talking to my friends that this movies not for anyone whos not a hardcore Hindi movie watcher, the occasional watchers have all been disappointed.
If you miss it, you probably wont miss anything, but you may not regret watching it either.
Watching on TV for free will definitely enhance the experience.
-s like patchwork, poor script OK direction, wasted performances and potential, too much melodrama.
+/-s scenes for every important audience, you may enjoy the scenes for the many categories.
+s Akshay Kumar (close of OD of him though), some really funny scenes, NOT A COPY OF THREE MEN AND.... (for the first time its actually and inspiration).
total 5/10 (on absolute terms its more of a 4, but it served its purpose and there's definitely an audience for this film, even i feel i will enjoy the funny scenes, in isolation when channel surfing, hence the higher rating).
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