Suraj + Yash = Friendhsip Forever!
Before stepping into acting this was Sohail's first directorial movie. But it did flop with an immature story, old plots and over-action scenes. Yes though it can be considered as movie for commercial purposes but many bugs and small mistakes are visible while watching it.
From Anu Malik's side it was a good effort to present good and ear-relaxing music. That's why the songs are not that negligible, and are worth listening. Exceptional to one song 'Dil Le Lena' which he entirely copied from Macarena by Los Del Rio.
I like Auzaar only for the story of Suraj (Salman) and Yash (Sanjay) who are good friends and can do anything for their strong friendship sake. Only difference is that Suraj is from a village and Yash is from a rich (criminal) father. Also Yash has a girlfriend Prathna (shilpa), while Suraj remains bachelor till the end of the movie. Suddenly in between their friendship story Suraj leaves for his village. He returns with a secret mission and hiding his identity from all. What is that secret mission and his identity is the film all about.
The movie can be considered as 'zabardast masaladar' but again with too much 'masala' also spoils the recipe. Such is the case with Auzaar. Only tasty while watching it, but forget after it gets end. Sometimes it's hard to digest also. Paresh Rawal is always evergreen for every role he is offered, and here also it is not exceptional. His role as Yash's handicapped father is excellent, which proves that he is fit for every role beside comedian. Salam was good at par, Sanjay was Ok and Shilpa was strictly OK. Here Nirmal Pandey excels as a mental villain.
A great regret for Sohail is that his first directorial debut went in vain without success. He improved better with his second movie Pyar Kiya Toh Darna Kya which was delicious and great entertaining, also the film was much successful.
Rating: 3 / 5