Its the latest comedy Housefull which boasts of a stellar starcast not excluding a bunch of shapely babes in skimpy bikinis, a tiger, a monkey, and of course Akshay Kumar playing a luckless, lazy loser trying to change his luck by finding true love.
The movie, set in London and Italy, is a purported comedy of errors about mistaken identities among characters given to slapping each other much too often. In one scene Boman Irani slaps Ritesh Deshmukh, who slaps Akshay, who completes the circle by slapping Boman. In another, the slap-duel is between apna Akshay and an Italian monkey. And for every slap that Akki whacks on the simian, he gets an equally powerful one back. Yes, it’s all about wives, real or fake.
Lara Dutta has to pretend to be the wife of Akshay to keep a lie from getting revealed to her parsi dad Boman Irani. Ritesh Deshmukh, who is Akshay’s friend and Lara’s real hubby, is reduced as her brother. Deepika Padukone whom Akshay loves has an authoritarian brother Arjun Rampal who can’t stand lies. Together the two couple Akshay-Deepika and Ritesh-Lara weave a web of lies from which there’s no escaping when Boman and Arjun come under the same roof with them. Akshay’s wife number three is played by Jiah Khan, a conservative girl who believes in falling in love ‘only after marriage’ provided her marriage lasts that long.it packs in some good humour at times, but his slam-dunk approach to make you laugh in the climax scene is a big letdown
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01 – Oh Girl You’re Mine – Tarun Sagar, Alyssa Mendonsa & Loy Mendonsa
02 – Papa Jag Jayega – Ritu Pathak, Neeraj Sridhar & Alyssa Mendonsa
03 – Aapka Kya Hoga (Dhanno) – Mika, Sunidhi Chauhan & Sajid Khan
04 – I Dont Know What To Do – Shabbir Kumar & Sunidhi Chauhan
05 – Loser – Vivenne Pocha & Amitabh Bhattacharya
06 – Oh Girl You’re Mine (O Boy What A Girli Mix) – Tarun Sagar, Alyssa Mendonsa & Loy Mendonsa
07 – Papa Jag Jayega (Insane Insomaniac Mix) – Ritu Pathak, Neeraj Sridhar & Alyssa Mendonsa
08 – I Dont Know What To Do (Shabbirs Sexy 70S Mix) – Shabbir Kumar & Sunidhi Chauhan
ritesh ka comedy dance, and arjun ka beautiful appearance is good
Chase begins with a high-octane chase and what follows are several twists-n-turns, before the jigsaw puzzle is solved.
But the question is, does Chase provide those adrenaline-pumping moments? Nope, it doesn’t! The problem is, the writing relies too heavily on the tried-n-tested stuff, which robs this thriller of those thrilling moments.
Chase is a Hindi Movie coming from Jagmohan Mundra immediately after his Apartment Hindi Movie. Chase Hindi Movie is directed by Jagmohan Mundra and is acted by Anuuj Saxena and Udita Goswami and is produced by Anuuj Saxena.Chase Hindi Movie is releasing all over India on Thursday and people are wearing to hear Chase Hindi Movie Review andChase Movie Reviews.
Final word? Chase is akin to soda. Opens with a lot of fizz, but falls flat thereafter!
So you have Shahid playing Rahul Prakash Udayvar, an idealist who joins the Saraswati Vidya Mandir School as an English teacher. He notices that things are not as they ought to be. The school management is hard-pressed for funds and tells its principal Aditya Sahai (Nana) to jack things up, improve the image of the school, do necessary marketing and even exploitation if need be, to ensure more moolah in the coffers. So Sahai lets in a team of crude and ill-mannered reality TV crew for a show that will bring the school repute and money. But in the bargain the young school kids are made to endure enormous pressure and physical toil.
‘Paathshaala’ tries to answer many questions related to the sanctity of today’s education system. It claims to be an urgent and desperate eye-opening mission for our education system today.
Rahul decides enough is enough and leads the charge against the school policies. Other teachers, including a pretty nutritionist-cum-matron (Ayesha Takia) rally around him.
The problem with Paathshaala is that it tries to have a say about too many things in too little time. As a result, nothing leaves a lasting impression and the movie ends up a mere collage of obvious clichés on education system.