Much was expected from Sajid Khan who has been literally claiming from rooftops for weeks now that he has made the year’s biggest blockbuster. Though he has not entirely let us down, you do wish he could have opted for a more innovative plot.
Sajid could also have done better with a cast as big this. But with no meat in the script, this is as far as he could have gone. To be honest, I'm disappointed by this show. I expected something better. Maybe, Sajid will come with something original next time around.
I guess he also seems to have taken the slap stick humour bit quiet seriously what with so many slaps happening within the film. A ‘slapathon’ sequence reminding of his Heyy Babyy takes place too.
Sajid, who also wrote the film, tries far too hard to forcibly inject consistently lame humour from every pore of his film. In other words he strains too hard to add humour to every frame. He resorts to the usual gay and Gujarati gags.
This film feels laboured and many of the jokes are very flatter. Sajid, who prides himself on being a voracious film watcher, has also cheerfully copied moments from many Hollywood films.
Strangely, Sajid also bungs in moments of high emotion but it’s impossible to take these characters seriously. The half-a-dozen leads here all seem to be having a good time.
In short, for me, this house was not at full as expected.
1.5 / 5