Firstly, Aamir Khan. Mr. Perfectionist has perfected every nook and corner in his role and has prepared many surprises for his fans throughout the film. Aamir has increased the brilliance in this film by a high percentage, along with the strong script which was good, yet easily ruined if fallen into the wrong hands. Aamir's efforts and dance. Watch out for Aamir's brilliant tap dance and his acrobat dance in "Malang" along with Katrina Kaif. Every frame which involves Aamir Khan will never leave you disappointed or half- hearted. In all words, he's just a fearless genius. Secondly, director Vijay Krishna Aacharya. Credit should be given to this director as he has succeeded to prepare a script on par with Aamir's standards, leaving the fans applauding for his brilliant execution, although he could've reduced the jokes involving Udhay and over commercialized intro for Abhishek, along with a few fight scenes involving Abhishek. Next, Katrina Kaif. Although her role isn't prominent in the film, she also carried this film through the awesome dance moves, and simple, but symbolic existence in the film. Pritam and Abhishek. I know everyone criticizes Abhishek for his acting, but yes, he was pretty good here, with just a few drawbacks. Pritam's songs were very catchy and nice to listen. Note that the BGM was scored by another musician, and not Pritam. Lastly, technical values. This film has technical values that will make you forget you're watching a Hindi movie, enough said. As for criticism on logic and unimaginative twist, the logic is only lost through the usual fights of commercialized Indian films, and it should not be criticized much as we see the same stuff in Oscar winning Hollywood films such as Skyfall. The twist and ending fits the plot and feeling perfectly. Miss this at your own risk in the cinemas. Overall rating: 7.5/10 (73%)
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