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Friendship is the thread which binds lives for ages. But the lives of Rishi, Pakkya, and Vinod change forever, after they do nothing wrong, apart from helping a friend elope with his lover. Rishi plans to help his dearest friend Joy, along with the help of his own friends Pakkya and Vinod. Another man who helps them is Maan Singh, who provides them shelter and support. In the beginning, they all feel there's nothing wrong in it and risk their own lives, and after helping the couple elope, they almost get ruined : Vinod loses his leg in an accident, Pakkya loses his hearing ability while escaping, and the worst of all, Rishi loses the chance to marry the girl he loves. But when the friends one day find out that the couple has parted ways, they decide not only to teach them a lesson, but also to teach them the importance of family, parents, love, and of course, friendship, which forms the crux of this fast paced action film's plot, the tagline of which goes : Friendship, Betrayal, ...Written by
Score 7/10 Director Mr. Priydarshan is able to dig out the comedy very easily even without dialogues and he proves himself again. Story line is good and new. Screenplay is so so, sometimes it becomes illogical. Dialogues are OK. One major problem in script is that they badly fail to convey U.P with dialogues or scenes while U.P is the integral part of script. Even they choose the name of characters, which are very urban, i.e Joy, Jasmeen. Even, I am unable to understand the connection between Title of film and content. Art director also fails to establish the Uttar Pradesh badly on screen. Coconut stall, Bhajiya, cutting Tea, don't belong to U.P at all. Even the locations very apparently reflect South. Performance wise Rajpal Yadav (as Man sigh)is fantastic. He makes you laugh, with even his body language. Vijay Verma (as Pakya ) is also a very fine actor. He has done very good work in comedy as well as in emotional scenes. One other friend of Rishi is also fine. Jacky Bhagnani (as Rishi)is OK but he has improved from his last movie. Pankaj Tripathi (as Jasmeen father) is OK. The dialogues of the mother of Joy are very well good but delivered very badly. Music by Sajid-Wajid is good.
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