Movie review “thank you”

April 9, 2011 6:43 pm0 commentsViews: 9


Welcome, No downside and currently thanks, Annes Bazmee’s looks to possess a special liking for these words of expressions. Comedy is that the common component in of these films. Even Akshay Kumar is that the common consider Welcome and thanks.

The last time Akshay Kumar and Anees Bazmee paired up in 2008, the result was an immensely successful Singh Is Kinng. Now, when nearly 3 years, their jodi is back with thanks, that is massively impressed by Bazmee’s own film, No Entry.

Raj (Bobby Deol), Vikram (Irrfan Khan) and Yogi (Suniel Shetty) treat their respective wives Sanjana (Sonam Kapoor), Karthika (Rimi Sen) and Radha (Celina Jaitley) as ghar ki murghi, dal barabar. Suspecting that her husband Raj is philandering, Sanjana hires the perpetually flute-playing personal detective Kishan (Akshay Kumar), who guarantees to show the 3 promiscuous husbands a lesson that they’re going to always remember.

Anees Bazmee fails to feature freshness during a plot that he already showcased in No Entry. All that you simply get here is busty girls, copious songs and humdrum sequences. It additionally propagates the ‘Men are dogs’ and ‘Women are dumb’ philosophies. whereas nothing important happens within the 1st 0.5, the narrative gets slightly higher post the interval. however simply once you feel the tip credits are close to roll, it starts dragging with Raj and Sanjana’s spoilt relationship in focus. that is not all. It’s followed by a tacky and predictable flashback story of Akshay Kumar.

There are some real funny scenes like when an intoxicated Raj bashes up an individual sporting black hat during a pub, simply because he noticed his wife Sanjana with man during a black hat. Vikram incorporates a misconception that he is aware of girls very well. It’s exhausting to not taunt his mastermind tricks and dialogues. Even the ‘Kisna’ scene within the 1st 0.5 is uproarious. However, they’re aloof from providing a satiating expertise.

Pritam’s music is uninspiring. Ravi Yadav’s cinematography is first-rate. Steven H. Bernard has edited the film well.

Aneees Bazmee has handled Akshay Kumar during a} very restrained manner. Akshay delivers a fine performance, however offers nothing that we have not seen him do before. Irrfan Khan, with an excellent comic timing, is great. Suniel Shetty is passable. Bobby Deol is tight. As so much because the women are involved, Rimi Sen is stupendous, Sonam Kapoor acts poorly, whereas Celina Jaitley (thankfully) gets no scope. Mallika Sherawat fails to impress within the Razia item variety.

Anees Bazmee ought to maybe say ‘sorry’ for giving nothing new in thanks. Watch it for Irrfan, if you want to.

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