Tag Archives: Comedy

Dolly Ki Doli

Review :- Meet Dolly (Sonam). The ultimate runaway bride. But she doesn’t ride off into the sunset on a steed. She dumps the studs in sherwanis instead. After robbing them of their money and jewellery – leaving their real ‘jewels’ untouched. The ‘con-banega-fraud-pati’ gang has a full TV serial of a family. A dowry-doling dad, a ‘groom-scanning’ brother (Mohammed Zeeshan ...

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Sharafat Gayi Tel Lene

Review :- The underworld don claims the money as his, putting Prithwi in the soup. A cat and mouse game ensues between the two. Meanwhile, Prithwi shares this sudden development with his good for nothing roomie Sam (Rannvijay Singh), but decides to keep girlfriend Megha (Tina Desai) out of it. The film has an interesting premise and the unraveling of ...

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Sulemani Keeda

Review :- So, Sulemani Keeda is a buddy comedy that evokes the original Chashme Buddoor, dudes sharing dreams, desires and the rent. Here, Dulal (Naveen) and Moinak (Mayank) write Bollywood scripts, knocking at filmmakers’ doors (in a hilarious encounter, Mahesh Bhatt offers them vaporous views but no break) while managing love, libidos and their landlord’s son. The duo meets Gonzo ...

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Titoo MBA

Review :- The movie opens with our male and female protagonists – Titoo and Gulshan (Dahiya and Jaiswal) – who are each sitting with their lawyer and discussing what we will find out, are their marital woes. Their respective stories are played out in a series of lengthy flashbacks. Titoo’s mom urges him to get a career and get married while ...

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The Shaukeens

Review :- Get ready for visual Viagra. The story of three blind mice was a fable, but the myth of three ‘horny’ men, desperately in search of a satisfying ‘climax’ to their mundane existence, is a stark reality. And in this ‘horniman circle’ lies the crux of the matter – ‘The Shaukeens’ – three ‘andropausal’ friends from Delhi; each one ...

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Kabab Mein Haddi

Review :- London based musician Takila (Rajesh Parasher) comes to Chandigarh to meet Maya. On reaching his uncle’s house in India, he gets caught in an ongoing income tax raid. But that’s not his issue. He is more concerned about whom he should get married to…a Bengali income tax officer who lisps, a typical Gujarati Dandiya teacher or the wealthiest ...

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Balwinder Singh Famous Ho Gaya

Review :- To make things more complicated, a millionaire (Anupam Kher) has been looking for his long-lost grandson, called Balwinder, who happens to be the sole heir to his property. It comes as no surprise that our protagonists, Balwinder from Patiala (Shaan) and Balwinder from Ludhiana (Mika) for obvious reasons, rise to the occasion and claim to be the missing ...

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Khota Sikka

Review :- Too many characters comprising overprotective parents, overbearing friends and over-friendly neighbours clutter this film. To make things worse for the viewer, none of them has a sensible role. Their presence is as meaningless as the very existence of this film, which boasts of an outdated plot. Desi Veeru (Aatri Kumar) falls in love with videsi Kiran (Nilufer Salehi) ...

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Entertainment

Review :-  Entertainment tells you the story of how one Daddy’s Najayaz Aulad (illegitimate child), abbreviated in the film as DNA, stumbles upon the fact that he is actually a poor Mumbai boy born to a billionaire from Bangkok. His father, Pannalal Johri (Dalip Tahil in a garlanded photo-frame on the wall), has bequeathed his wealth to his pet dog Entertainment (Junior), ...

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Munna Mange Memsaab

Review :- Naive and jobless, Munna (Peepli Live’s Omkar Das Manikpuri), a small town guy, gets mocked for being ugly, right from his childhood. His mother consoles him by leading him on to believe that he is ‘sundar’ (good looking). She also tells him that one day he’ll marry a pretty ‘memsaab’ (by pointing to a poster of Rani Mukerji). ...

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