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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.
Set in the small-town of Bareilly, Bitti is a free-spirited young girl who lives life on her own terms and refuses to be pressured into getting married. Her life takes a shift when she meets Chirag Dubey and Pritam Vidrohi.
Three strangers Jagaavar Chaudhary a retired military officer, Vinay Sharma a school teacher and Arjun Singh a recovery agent are unknown to each other. Jagaavar Chaudhary's sister's engagement gets can celled, Vinay Sharma's wife threatens to divorce him and Arjun Singh's father in law to be disapproves of him for the hand of his daughter Riya. The reason is unknown to the three until they come across a poster promoting vasectomy which has them promoting vasectomy without their knowledge.Written by
Dilip Prabhavalkar played the elderly character in Marathi version in the Hindi version Sunny Deol will be playing his character but not of a elderly person but of a ex army officer whose selfie addicted. See more »
When Vinay (Bobby) takes doctor to the farm house her dupatta changes position between shots, while she is talking to Jagaavar (Sunny). See more »
Some stories are so absurd, that they must be true!
This is what can be said for 'Poster Boys', a directorial venture of Shreyas Talpade (himself an accomplished actor, although lately kind of disappeared from the mainstream).
The topic of male sterilization and the associated taboo in India, especially when you live in a small village community, is presented in a funny and exaggerated manner. It is nice to see another attempt to re-launch Bobby Deol (as yet another borderline comic character). Although can't say it is much successful. In fact Sunny Paaji's effortless timing and dialog delivery made him overshadow his younger brother in nearly every scene together. He stole the show. Shreyas Talpade, who plays one the three main characters in the story, is OK; dons a 'tapori' look as a recovery agent, with two of his sidekicks (who by the way, gave some of the good laughs), getting into unwarranted troubles most of the time.
The movie tries to treat the subject in a quasi satirical manner, with references to how media can be manipulated by simply making some sensational moves. 'Truth needs sensation to be heard' - a sad but apt comment, made by one of the characters.
Overall nice, watchable and funny. Not that a must watch, but you most likely won't regret wasting your time.
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