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Old May 13th, 2007, 02:01 PM
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Re: Bheja Fry : *****

Saw the 75% of this movie yesterday ...could not watch in full due to faulty DVD.
It is just awesome.The way Bharat Bhushan behaved,that seemed familiar.
the way he used to keep his album,you will find many people like that in interior villages of India.
You insult a person terribly ,but even then he is just a little annoyed and even that annoyance goes away very soon.
That nymphomaniac scene was hillarious.
Even the phone voice mail scene wherein VP wants to set the greetings message ,was good.In fact movie is full of these kind of small hillarious scenes.
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Re: Bheja Fry : *****

I saw the movie couple of weeks ago...I liked it.

It was really different...looks like Bollywood is maturing! I laughed out loud a couple of times...

I enjoyed it...this year, so far, I have liked:

- Bheja Fry
- Namesake
- Ek Chalees

Still to watch
- Metro
- Honeymoon travels
- Shootout at Lokhandwala
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Old June 13th, 2007, 09:24 AM
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Haradaramahadev pai, don't watch Honeymoon travels... silly movie... unless you like silly movies. The movie has a few laughs and some unusual scenes for a hindi movie... but overall, at the end you wonder why... a waste of a couple of hours.
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Re: Bheja Fry : *****

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Haradaramahadev pai, don't watch Honeymoon travels... silly movie... unless you like silly movies. The movie has a few laughs and some unusual scenes for a hindi movie... but overall, at the end you wonder why... a waste of a couple of hours.
Honeymoon travels is really silly...

saw Shootout at Lokhandwala y'day... nothing gr8 abt the movie... Sunil Shetty cant fu(kin act... the movie is about ATS (Anti-Terrorist Squad) of the Mumbai Police which gunned down terrorists and gangsters... total bullcrap acting in the movie... full of chutiyapa by Oberoi, Jitendra's son (naam yaad nahi aa raha), Sunil Shetty and that mulla Arbaz Khan or sumthing... do rupaye barbaad ho gaye pencho...
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Old June 13th, 2007, 09:51 AM
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Re: Bheja Fry : *****

I'm pasting a review from jammag.com... My request to you... dont waste time or money over this movie...

SHOOTOUT AT LOKHANDWALA





It's gritty, realistic but completely pointless. I hate being misled or ripped off and this feeling was highly prominent as I was walking out of the cinema hall.

The name should’ve been ‘all shoot-outs in Mumbai’ or ‘every encounter in Mumbai from 1990-93’. The opening scene shows a PYT somberly telling us about the shoot-out at Lokhandwala – how 3000 rounds were fired, 112 people endangered, 6 gangsters killed etc. Bunkum, bakwaas ! We witnessed about 5000 rounds being fired, about 20 chase sequences through the slums of Mumbai, about 50 quick deaths and 20 really gruesome ones. And you know what ? I felt nothing for anyone, for any character on the screen. I felt no sympathy or trepidation or any other emotion as I watched one human being kill or maim each other. Because no character is developed, even for the main characters, we have no clue what they are like, what drives them, what makes them do the things they do. The movie just stumbles from one killing / one incident to another with item numbers (4 very boring tuneless songs) used in place of punctuation marks.

There is no story in the first place – and whatever little is there is completely ruined by the directors choice of narrative style – which is flashbacks intermingled with the present day scenario. This takes the suspense out completely (as you know how it ends / who lives and who dies etc) and also makes the story very disjointed / fragmented – you struggle to follow one sub-plot before the other one kicks off. We’re told about the set-up of the ATS (anti-terrorist squad) led by Sanjay Dutt (and how he recruited only the best of the best etc, based on the Los Angeles SWAT teams) and how they became a judge, jury and executioner (or in Page 3 terms, encounter specialists). We first see them battle sikh terrorists and then move on to the Mumbai underworld without warning (why would the underworld be in the domain of ATS beggars belief, but then I think the director assumed a brainless audience). Through 80% of the movie we follow the ATS chase an underworld gang led by Vivek Oberoi, who used to be a trusty lieutenant of you-know-who (he lives in dubai, has a moustache and wears goggles all the time) but is now trying to establish his own gang. This gang kills / robs / kidnaps just for fun. Plus they act terribly – Vivek Oberoi and Tusshar Kapoor have yet to learn that to be menacing, you don’t have to scowl fiercely or look constipated, you can do this quite naturally. Yet when the time comes, we’re expected to weep for them / forgive them ? Abhishek is present only in a blink and you miss him role and Amitabh in a five minute longer version of the same.

There is not one new thought or narrative style in the film and you struggle to the see point of it all. Why was it made ? What was the director / script-writer trying to say ? Why did they subject us to 3 hours of torture ? And why did good actors (the Bachchan’s, Sanjay baba, Sunil Shetty etc) agree to act in this movie. I guess some things, like the Bermuda Triangle or women’s love for shopping are never meant to be answered. Avoid this one like the plague !

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Re: Bheja Fry : *****

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I'm pasting a review from jammag.com... My request to you... dont waste time or money over this movie...
Shakti........you missed this review by cooldude...
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Re: Bheja Fry : *****

Watched Bheja Fry last night.....thoroughly enjoyed it...we could not stop laughing....ekdam mast movie and especially liked the Bharat Bhusan character. Sab anxiety door ho gayi....i will rate it 4.5/5
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Re: Bheja Fry : *****

I was not paying much attention to the movie untill I saw Milind and Rajat laughing uncontrollably, I rewind and heard Kewal Gupta saying " unko pata hai ki main aaj raat Sabina ke saath hoon, woh tax inspector Asif ki biwi ke saath "

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Saw this movie last weekend... beautiful. Had me laughing most of the time. Only sad thing, it ended
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didnt like it

Why ? It was one of the best situational comedy I have watched in recent times.
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Awesome movie! Really funny.. I liked it a lot better than Cheeni Kum.
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Saw this in our national carrier - Was laughing so jeavily that the nearby passengers started looking at me.
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Saw this in our national carrier - Was laughing so jeavily that the nearby passengers started looking at me.
Now catching up on Bheja Fry 2 on Neflix
Again Laughing so hard that junior left what he was doing and was catching up on the movie.

To summarize, this movie is like depicting Jagguji and Dirty Pai stranded on an island.
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