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Badrinath Bansal from Jhansi and Vaidehi Trivedi from Kota belong to small towns but have diametrically opposite opinions on everything. This leads to a clash of ideologies, despite both of them recognizing the goodness in each other.
A comic-caper, that tells the story of 3 morons trying to rob a bank who pick the worst day possible when everything that can go wrong, goes wrong and how they're inadvertently caught in the crossfire.
Others might have reviewed this movie as oh-so-cool, Hollywood-ish, lots-of- TWISTS, etc but this movie doesn't live up to the standards of Commando 1 by the same hero - Vidyut. Well, there are NO TWISTS - the entire movie is CLEARLY PREDICTABLE - start to finish - and looks naive from audience point of view.
Vidyut is a great stunt actor and can be called the "Jackie Chan of India" but the director failed to leave any impression with the story or screenplay. The Jackie- Chan/Tony-Jha style flipping-over-automobiles, sliding-under-tucks, jumping- through-tiny-windows, running and chasing through the city is average at best and you won't get impressed. What is sad is that there are way too many DEADLY stunts in this movie (in Bangkok and Malaysia) compared to Commando 1 but they fail to impress as much as Commando 1 stunts did. Hero dodging hundreds of bullets from dozens of goons is exaggerated while another police officer simply DIES from a bullet to his SHOULDER!!! Seriously?? How can anyone die from a bullet wound to a shoulder???? I'm sure any other director with the same action scenes would have left a lasting and memorable impression - higher than Commando 1. Don't miss the old Commando 1 and watch it from the START and see all the beautiful and magnificent Camera work!!
Some viewers commented this movie has lots of twists - that's too naive and obviously they haven't watched any great movies. It is called a twist when one character fools another character in the movie but not when the characters fool the AUDIENCE all through the movie to reveal the facts at the end!! That's as dumb as 1960's story-writing. If you consider these tricks as twists, you need help :)
Some hilarious comedy in the form of heroine speaking Telugu and broken English is refreshing but again things are stretched too far.
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