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Okkadine (2013)
7/10
Sometimes Illogical But Completely Enjoyable
9 July 2019
Shailaja (Nithya Menon), daughter of famed philanthropist Shivaji Rao (Sai Kumar), returns home from abroad. She takes a trip to a retreat, where she meets Surya (Nara Rohit) and his household. She falls in love with the kind family, and eventually with Surya as well. However, murder and revenge stand in the way of happiness.

(Cast also includes Nagendra Babu; Rachana Maurya stars in an item number.)

The plot is involved, and isn't always logical, but is still intriguing; there is a particularly good cliff-hanger at the intermission. While the characters are sometimes excessively emotional, the acting is generally good all around, with the leads being particularly unaffected. It was refreshing to see these two appealing principals look attractive in a natural, unsophisticated fashion. The musical numbers are average and below. Due to the music and the, at times, irrational story, I can only give the film three stars; however, I certainly got five stars worth of enjoyment out of it.
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Bharat (2019)
8/10
Entertaining
18 June 2019
This movie follows the life of Bharat (Salman Khan), from his childhood in the midst of the 1947 Partition of India, to age 70, as he and his best friend (Vilyati, played by Sunil Grover) mature, take jobs, and experience life-changing events. Bharat proves himself as a hero throughout, without great feats of daring, simply as the average working man.

Katrina Kaif also stars, with Jackie Shroff, Disha Patani and Tabu in lesser roles.

The plot is made up of six slices of Bharat's life during pivotal moments in his history. As a result of covering so much time, the story isn't profound or particularly emotional, but it is still engaging and engrossing throughout the 155 minute film. Khan was convincing in all avatars, as was Grover. Khan and Kaif have good chemistry, and she, too, gave a solid performance. The child actors portraying young Bharat (Kabir Sajid) and young Vilyati (I couldn't find his name), were also believable. The music isn't exceptional, but is good, with the incidental music being effective. Overall, it's an enjoyable, if not deep, movie that thoroughly entertains.
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Wanted (2009)
8/10
Enjoyable Masala
23 April 2019
Radhe (Salman Khan), a killer for hire, is recruited by an international don to dispose of the rival gang. Radhe works up through the ranks as he successfully murders one foe after another. He meets Jhanvi (Ayesha Takia) and falls in love with her. She reciprocates his feelings, but tries to change him into a better man.

This masala is a good mix of romance, comedy, action, and drama. The plot is engaging, and has a nice twist to it. The music and choreography leave much to be desired, but the action looks great. There is little chemistry between Khan and Takia, unfortunately, but each give an above average performance. Overall, this is a typical Bollywood film, fun and exciting, though violent, which is thoroughly enjoyable.
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Dilwale (2015)
9/10
Engaging Masala
23 April 2019
Raj (Shah Rukh Khan) is devoted to his younger brother Veer (Varun Dhawan), but has kept family secrets from him. When Veer falls in love with Ishita (Kriti Sanon), Raj's past romance with Meera (Kajol) comes to light, affecting both couples.

This is an engaging masala film, with generally well-written comedy and drama, and nicely choreographed action sequences. As always, Khan and Kajol have near perfect chemistry, and their acting is excellent. Dhawan was natural and a good comedian, but Sanon was stiff and not fully convincing at times. The songs are mostly good, with one song memorably so, and the incidental music was particularly effective. The locations were beautiful, and the movie looked superb overall. Dilwale is thoroughly enjoyable, just barely missing ten stars, and one worth rewatching.

(Cast also includes Johnny Lever and Vinod Khanna.)
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5/10
Fell Short of It's Potential
14 March 2019
Ishwar (Amitabh Bachchan) and his wife Sumitra (Shefali Shah) run a toy factory that is successful enough for Iswar to spoil their son Aditya (Akshay Kumar) in every way. Aditya has no interest in the factory, or in taking responsibility for his life. He is satisfied to live off his parents' hard work and talk about becoming an actor. He elopes with his girlfriend, Pooja (Priyanka Chopra), expecting his father to support them. When illness strikes Ishwar, he makes the hard decision to throw Aditya out of the house to force him to become responsible and dependable.

This drama had the potential to be a moving and emotional film, but fell short. Everything about it, excepting the acting of the four principles, was average or below. Bachchan and Shah were especially good in their roles, while Kumar and Chopra gave their usual level of performance. Solid acting alone cannot improve a mediocre movie, though, so the end result was underwhelming.
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3/10
Does Not Live Up to It's Potential
14 March 2019
Set in 1795, Azaad (Amitabh Bachchan) and his ward Zafira (Fatima Sana Shaikh), lead a group of resistance fighters trying to free an Indian kingdom from the British East India Company's rule. The British commander John Clive (Lloyd Owen) sends a small-time confidence trickster, Firangi Mallah (Aamir Khan), to infiltrate the band and betray them. (Katrina Kaif also stars, as dancer Suraiyya)

The film has a great premise, and the first thirty minutes were quite good; sadly, the next 134 minutes were not. Instead of being exciting, funny, and enjoyable as shown in the trailer, it was mostly deadly dull. The "surprise" changes of allegiance became increasingly predictable and annoying. The action scenes are too long, as were the (average and below) musical numbers. Kaif's first number was embarrassingly ridiculous and not worthy of either her talent or dignity. Her performance, and that of Shaikh, were stiff and not natural. Owen made an exceptional villain, however. Bachchan and Khan gave strong performances, but that was not enough to redeem the entire movie. I would suggest watching the trailer, as it has all the good parts, and skipping the movie entirely.
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3/10
Truly Bad
14 February 2019
Raj (Kapil Jhaveri) and Kajal (Saloni Aswani) meet on vacation in Capetown, and fall in love. When they return to Mumbai, Kajal is saved from an accident by an unnamed reluctant prophet (Salman Khan), who then predicts her death.

(Johnny Lever also stars, as Raj's friend, Funsukh.)

This film is terrible. The first half, when Raj and Kajal meet and fall in love, is tedious, banal, poorly written, and just as badly acted. Even the excellent Lever couldn't save this portion of the film, as his jokes were weak and generally not funny. The music, while not fully terrible, was certainly not good.

The story becomes much more interesting once Khan's character is introduced. He portrays the agonized seer well, and if the focus had been on his character, it could have been interesting and emotional. With the focus elsewhere, though, one good performance from Khan was not enough to make this movie even tolerable.

(Personal note: I finished watching it out of curiosity to see just how awful it would get.)
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Tashan (2008)
8/10
Thoroughly Enjoyable
6 February 2019
Warning: Spoilers
Jimmy (Saif Ali Khan) is hired by Pooja (Kareena Kapoor) to teach English to her disreputable looking boss, Bhaiyyaji (Anil Kapoor). Jimmy falls in love with Pooja, who persuades him to help her steal money from Bhaiyyaji. When Bhaiyyaji finds out, he sends a small-town thug, Bachchan (Akshay Kumar), to find them.

This over-the-top action flick is surprisingly enjoyable. The plot, while ridiculous at times, is engaging and fast-paced, with good dialog. It seems apparent that director Vijay Krishna Acharya was strongly influenced by Tarantino, and there are what look like obvious nods to some of his films.

Khan and Kareen Kapoor give solid performances, but Anil Kapoor and Kumar are extraordinarily good in their roles. The action, though often unbelievable, looks great and is well choreographed. The musical numbers are average but the background and incidental music are well-above. This certainly isn't a family movie, due to the violence, but it is a thoroughly fun ride nonetheless.
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10/10
Surprisingly Outstanding Movie
20 January 2019
This is the story of two broken marriages. Dev (Shah Rukh Khan) and Rhea (Preity Zinta) were college sweethearts, but after an accident leaves him embittered, Dev becomes an emotionally cruel husband and father. Maya (Rani Mukerji) and Rishi (Abhishek Bachchan) grew up together, but though Rishi is thoroughly in love with her, Maya has emotional reservations about their relationship. Dev and Maya meet through an accident and strike up an unlikely friendship; they each encourage the other to fix their marriage. Then the unexpected happens, and brings heartbreak for all involved.

This tear-jerking drama is a surprisingly good movie, despite it's unhappy story line and average music. The plot is compelling and engrossing, as well as being tight and believable, and the characters well developed. The acting from the four principals is fantastic, with realistic emotions and reactions. While the topic is not one I "like", I have to say that this was a stellar movie.

(Dev and Rhea's son is played by Ahsaas Channa, Rhea's boss is played by Arjun Rampal, Dev's mother is played by Kirron Kher, and Rishi's father is played by Bachchan's real life father, Amitabh Bachchan. John Abraham and Kajol both make cameo appearances. )
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5/10
Insipid and Predictable
8 January 2019
Susu (Aayush Sharma) is a failing college student with nothing but Garba on his mind. During Navaratri, he meets and falls in love with Michelle (Warina Hussain), a rich NRI from London, who is top in her university class. Despite the gulf between them, Susu pursues Michelle, but is warned off by her father (Ronit Roy). Michelle returns home after having a disagreeable scene with Susu who, encouraged by his uncle (Ram Kapoor), tries to find a way to reach London to apologize and declare his love.

The plot of this insipid romantic-drama is unrealistic and predictable. This is the debut movie for both principle actors, and neither is impressive. Hussain is too unsure of herself-- nearly shy-- to be a leading lady. While Sharma isn't a bad actor, a hero needs to be either charismatic or handsome, and preferably both. Sadly, he is neither. (What is with that horrible brushed-back hair style?!) He also suffered at the hands of the make-up artists, with thick cosmetics that are extremely obvious. The supporting cast gave good performances, however. The music and choreography are average, though the Garba scenes are lovely. I wavered as to what rating to give it; since I didn't enjoy it, but didn't actively dislike it, I'll rate it five.
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Dhoom (2004)
6/10
Average Action/Adventure Flick
4 January 2019
After a series of clever, successful robberies by a motorcycle gang, Assistant Commissioner of Police Jai Dixit (Abhishek Bachchan) takes the case personal, and with the help of a minor crook Ali (Uday Chopra) attempts to catch them in the act. John Abraham plays Kabir, the mastermind behind the thefts, with Esha Deol as Sheena, Ali's love interest, and Rimi Sen portraying Sweety, Jai's wife.

This action/adventure film is not an outstanding one. There is no surprise to the plot, it drags in spots (the last ten minutes felt like it lasted three times as long), and is, at times, rather inane. The music and choreography were unremarkable. As there was no depth to the plot, the actors only presented average performances. Despite all that, this popular film was rather fun, and I would consider watching the other two in the series.
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Veer-Zaara (2004)
10/10
Well-Written and Well-Acted Romantic Drama
30 December 2018
After 22 years in a Pakistani prison, Hindustani Veer Pretap Singh (Shah Rukh Khan) is assigned a novice lawyer, Saamiya (Rani Mukerji), to review and represent his case. Having remained silent for the years of his imprisonment, he opens up to Saamiya and tells her the story behind his arrest: the love story between him and a Pakistani woman, Zaara (Preity Zinta).

The plot of this romantic drama is gripping, moving, and mostly believable. It portrays Pakistan-India relations sensitively. The music is average and above, with some enjoyable choreography. This is a gorgeous movie, with both costumes and scenery that were breathtaking. Khan and Zinta have excellent chemistry and were entirely convincing. Mukerji played the uncertain but determined attorney well. Amitabh Bachchan and Hema Malini were cast as Khan's parents, with Kirron Kher as Zaara's mother; the three were, naturally, fantastic. The cast also includes Divya Dutta, Anupam Kher, Zohra Sehgal, and Manoj Bajpayee, all of whom gave solid performances. Overall, this is a wonderfully written and acted film, and I highly recommend it.
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8/10
Surprisingly Good
8 December 2018
Raj (Ranbir Kapoor) thinks of himself as a lady killer, and seriously breaks the hearts of two young women: Mahi (Minissha Lamba) as a teen, and Radhika (Bipasha Basu) as a twenty-something. Shortly after devastating Radhika, Raj falls in love with Gayatri (Deepika Padukone), only to have his own heart broken. Seeing how it feels, he sets out to try to make amends with Mahi and Radhika.

I was surprised at how good this romantic comedy-drama was. All four leads were convincing, the film work was good, and the story was strong. The music ranged from really terrible to average. (That first song nearly put me off the movie entirely.) I enjoyed the overall movie enough to ignore the bad songs, though, and do recommend it.
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8/10
Worth the Time
7 December 2018
Widowed Saraswati (Waheeda Rehman) has three sons: Om (Anil Kapoor), Jai (Fardeen Khan) and Jagadish (Abhishek Bachchan); the family is devoted to each other. Om, much older than his two brothers, is the wage earner and is supporting Jai and Jagadish as they go to college. The movie follows the lives, romances, and dramas of the family over the course of a few years.

While melodramatic at times, this family drama is well written, interesting, and generally entertaining. The music and dancing are average but energetic. Bachchan gave a lively, enjoyable performance. Kapoor didn't show a large range of emotions, but was mostly convincing. Khan was the least credible, in a role that gave scope for much character growth. Rehman played her role well. The three female love interests were Mahima Chaudhry, Urmila Matondkar, and Tara Sharma. Matondkar played a disagreeable character, and did it well. The other two ladies, while not outstanding, were solid. If the viewer is willing to commit to nearly 3 hours, it's worth watching.
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Albela (2001)
6/10
Not Stellar, but Still Fun
27 October 2018
Wealthy Sonia (Aishwarya Rai) hires tour guide Tony (Govinda) to help her find her mother's grave. He is instantly smitten with her, but knows that she is out of his reach. Tony's best friend and neighbor, Neena (Namrata Shirodkar), has been in love with him for some time, but has never been bold enough to let him know. Sonia, too, has an unhappy romance behind her, with Prem (Jackie Shroff), of whom her father (Saeed Jaffrey) disapproves. How can all three of these love stories have a happy ending?

Govinda is cute and charming as ever, giving a good humorous performance. Rai is not fully convincing, and she and Shroff do not have much chemistry. Shirodkar, however, is believable, and she and Govinda work well with each other. The music is average, with the choreography below average. The plot of this film, while predictable, is enjoyable and entertaining. This isn't a stellar movie, but it is fun to watch, especially for Govinda fans.
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Dil Se.. (1998)
10/10
Riveting, Intense, and Gritty
14 October 2018
Amar (Shah Rukh Khan) meets a young woman (Manisha Koirala as Meghna) on a train platform and is instantly smitten. This infatuation turns to obsession, as he tries first to trace her, then to convince her to love him. As his passion slowly consumes his reason, he becomes entangled in a terrorism plot designed to bring attention to the insurrection in Northeast India.

This thriller is riveting, intense, and, for the most part, realistic. Khan and Koirala have good chemistry and are convincing in their roles. With her infectious smile, Priety Zinta makes a debut that is most natural. The music is unique, and quite good, though the choreography is average. Not typical of Bollywood, the film work is gritty and is appropriate for the feel of the film. This gripping, emotional drama comes highly recommended.
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Kuch Naa Kaho (2003)
8/10
Enjoyable Romantic-Comedy-Drama
7 October 2018
I think that the less one knows about this film, the better the viewing experience. So, in short: Namrata (Aishwarya Rai), an abandoned wife, finds another chance at love with Raj (Abhishek Bachchan) but her past will make happiness impossible.

Cast also incudes Arbaaz Khan, Parth Dave, Satish Shah, Suhasini Mulay, Jaspal Bhatti, and Himani Shivpuri, among others.

This is an enjoyable romantic-comedy-drama, with a mostly well-written plot. The music is average and less, with the exception of the title song. Choreography is simplistic, due, I'm sure, to the fact that Bachchan is not the best dancer. Rai is vivacious, sassy, and credible. Bachchan is charming, funny, and believable. Arbaaz Khan, in his negative role, is excellent. Child actor Parth Dave is convincing, as well, and manages important scenes professionally. The only problem with this film is that the ending is too quick and neat, lessening the impact of the overall drama. It's still one I would recommend, and will probably re-watch.
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9/10
Underrated Film That Is Well Worth Watching
5 October 2018
Ayesha (Priyanka Chopra) and Kabir (Ranveer Singh) join friends and family on a cruise to celebrate the 30th wedding anniversary of their parents Kamal (Anil Kapoor ) and Neelam (Shefali Shah). Kamal is overbearing, and both parents are strictly traditional, as well as worrying about what others think of their family. In addition, their marriage is less than successful. During the voyage, the siblings both go against their parents wishes in matters of love, creating more discord in their family.

This is not a lighthearted movie, though it does contain some humor and romance. It is, instead, a serious drama about family dynamics, expectations, and acceptance. The plot is rich and well-written. The music and choreography are average. Kapoor gives a stellar performance as the tightly-strung, controlling father. I had previously only seen Chopra in the rom-com setting, and was pleasantly surprised by her ability to play a deeper role. Both Singh and Shah are also convincing in their roles. Rahul Bose plays Ayesha's husband, and does a fine job with varying emotions. The movie also stars Anushka Sharma and Farhan Akhtar, and both give credible performances. I was impressed by this underrated film and found it to be just about perfect. This is one I certainly recommend.

Cast also includes Aamir Khan, Zarina Wahab, Vikrant Massey and Ridhima Sud, among others.
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6/10
Ultimately Unsatisfying
28 September 2018
After a chance meeting, Aryan (Ranbir Kapoor) and Alizeh (Anushka Sharma) become best friends. After a while, Aryan falls in love with Alizeh, but she remains in love with her ex-boyfriend. After an emotional split between the two friends, Aryan meets sophisticated poet Saba (Aishwarya Rai Bachchan). They begin a relationship, but Aryan has not gotten over Alizeh.

This story of unrequited love has a generally well-written, mostly credible plot. It has the feel, though, of a Western film, much more than a Bollywood movie. It is not a family film, as it contains adult situations. Kapoor acted well, and Sharma was charming and natural; Bachchan was a little stiff at times. The music was okay, though I don't have an opinion about the lyrics as the version I watched didn't have subtitles for the songs. This could have been a excellent emtional drama, but unfortunately the last chapter (so to speak) was neither moving nor convincing and made the overall movie ultimately unsatisfying.

Cast also includes Fawad Khan, Lisa Hayden, and cameos by Shah Rukh Khan and Alia Bhatt.
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Mohabbatein (2000)
8/10
Fully Entertaining Film About the Power of Love
24 September 2018
Narayan Shankar (Amitabh Bachchan) is the headmaster of an elite and prestigious boys school, Gurukul. Shankar believes in honor, tradition, and discipline, and disapproves of anything that would take a students mind off of his work--especially love. Into this atmosphere comes Raj Aryan (Shah Rukh Khan), the new music teacher, who believes in the power of love, and encourages his students to break Gurukul's traditions. Three of the students, Sameer (Jugal Hansraj), Vicky (Uday Chopra), and Karan (Jimmy Sheirgill) fall in love and, as a result, risk expulsion.

The love intersts are played by Kim Sharma, Shamita Shetty, and Preeti Jhangiani. The cast also includes Aishwarya Rai, Amrish Puri, Anupam Kher, Archana Puran Singh, Shefali Shah, and Helen.

While being mostly predictable, this is a fully entertaining film. Bachchan and Khan give strong performances, for which both received awards. The six young people were credible and mature in their roles. The music was good and the choreography, though not exceptional, was enjoyable to watch. The girls' costumes, however, were mostly sports bras and super-short minis, an outfit not attractive for any of them. One other negative point was having to watch Khan fake playing the violin--it was painful to see at times. Other than that, this is a feel-good movie that was a pleasure to experience.
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Race 3 (2018)
3/10
What a Disappointment
17 September 2018
Shamsher Singh (Anil Kapoor), arms dealer, has three children: twins Sanjana (Daisy Shah) and Suraj (Saqib Saleem) , and step-son Sikander (Salman Khan). The twins begrudge Sikander his share of their mother's fortune, as well as their father's partiality and set out to kill him.

Bobby Deol plays Sikander's friend Yash, and Jacqueline Fernandez plays Jessica, the love interest.

I was set to love this film, based on the great trailer. Sadly, I was immensely disappointed. The plot is so convoluted with twists and allegiance changes that it ceases making sense and becomes farcical. The conversation is stilted and banal. The music is simply terrible--bad enough that I fast-forwarded through the songs. Ferdandez and Shah are dressed in the most trashy of clothing. I'm giving the movie two stars because the film work, action scenes, and special effects were quite good. Other than that, this movie is one to avoid. Frankly, I suggest watching the trailer instead; you won't miss a thing.

P.S. This comes from a devoted Salman Khan fan.
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5/10
Just Average
15 September 2018
While reminiscing about his ex-girlfriend Dia (Kareena Kapoor), Sriram (Imran Khan) realizes that he is still in love with her. They are polar opposites who separated over what social worker Dia saw as a lack of moral fiber in Sriram. He locates her living in a small village and trying to get a bridge built for them. To prove to Dia that he has changed and is worth her love, Sriram becomes involved.

The best thing about this movie is Khan: he is charming and natural, and fits the role perfectly. Kapoor gives an average performance, appearing too stern at times. The music, with the exception of two simply terrible songs, is average as well. The story begins with much promise, but the character development and plot resolution was not convincing. Overall, it's one that was mostly enjoyable, but nothing will be missed by not watching it.
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Race 3 (2018)
3/10
This Is One to Miss
8 September 2018
Shamsher Singh (Anil Kapoor), arms dealer, has three children: twins Sanjana (Daisy Shah) and Suraj (Saqib Saleem) , and step-son Sikander (Salman Khan). The twins begrudge Sikander his share of their mother's fortune, as well as their father's partiality and set out to kill him.

Bobby Deol plays Sikander's friend Yash, and Jacqueline Fernandez plays Jessica, the love interest.

I was set to love this film, based on the great trailer. Sadly, I was immensely disappointed. The plot is so convoluted with twists and allegiance changes that it ceases making sense and becomes farcical. The conversation is stilted and banal. The music is simply terrible--bad enough that I fast-forwarded through the songs. Ferdandez and Shah are dressed in the most trashy of clothing. I'm giving the movie three stars because the film work, action scenes, and special effects were quite good. Other than that, this movie is one to avoid. Frankly, I suggest watching the trailer instead; you won't miss a thing.

P.S. This comes from a devoted Salman Khan fan.
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Fan (I) (2016)
10/10
Amazingly Well Done
27 August 2018
Gaurav (Shah Rukh Khan) bears an uncanny likeness to Bollywood superstar Aryan Khanna (also played by Khan), and as a result he becomes obsessed with Aryan. When Gaurav goes to Delhi to meet Aryan and is refused, he looses his mental balance and becomes determined to ruin Aryan.

The strength of this thriller is not the plot, though it is suspenseful and well-written, but the make-up. Khan as Gaurav is made to look just enough like the real Khan while not looking like him. Tough to explain, but it works perfectly. Khan gives a great performance, as well, playing both parts superbly. While this isn't a perfect film, the amazing cosmetic artistry pushes the movie into ten stars.
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8/10
Fun and Serious
25 August 2018
Three friends, Kabir (Abhay Deol), Imran (Farhan Akhtar), and Arjun (Hrithik Roshan) take a road trip to Spain as a bachelor treat before Kabir marries Natasha (Kalki Koechlin). Along the way, all three men come to terms with fears, futures, and life in general. (Katrina Kaif also stars as a friend met along the way.)

The plot of this comedy-drama is well scripted. The chemistry between the three is realistic and all main actors give natural performances. The music is good as well. Unlike typical Bollywood family films, it does contain kissing and implied sex. It is quite enjoyable, both serious and funny, and worth watching.
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