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Just when I think Pakistani movies are heading in the right direction they come up with stuff like this.
"If you can't beat them, join them", this was what Mr and Mrs Nawaz thought after watching a modern Bollywood comedy and they probably said to their selves, "why can't we get away with this, Sajid Khan did, and it's not like the people in Pakistan have any more sense then those in India. Why go through the effort of building an entire film when you can just get a cheap script, fill it with dirty humor and two item songs and we have ourselves 130 minutes of utter nonsense" and that's when they decided to make this piece of crap they so proudly call a movie.
This movie has nothing going for it, the plot, the acting, the screenplay, the direction, nothing is worth mentioning and there was absolutely no character development or chemistry whatsoever in fact I've seen cave paintings with better stories than this movie.
Coming back to the inappropriate jokes/scenes, two families with little kids walked out of the theater halfway through the movie. If this is Nida Yasir's idea of a family film after years of doing a morning show then God help us.
Last year it was Na Maloom Afraad and now this, these "commercial movies" aren't really aiding the resurrection of Lollywood, they're just stabbing it in the face with a blunt knife.
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