Give credit for its "Awesome one liners...."
The storyline is simple – it’s an ode to Shakespeare's "Comedy of errors". However there are too many sub-plots built into it owing to which there is huge cast, which do not get adequate screen time and works against it. Anyways, the chemistry and timing was perfect to tickle your funny bone.
Performances: Not going down the route of Oscar award winning speech – let us say all were good. Though bear in mind the following:
Tushhar Kapoor: Straight out of SOAL sets?
Upen Patel & Tanishaa: Spare the audience – please quit. I nearly included Eesha, but hey – she has done some good work in the past and deserves another chance.
Music by Raghav Sachar is hummable.
Ashwani Dheer: Proved track record as a writer in comedy genre. But holding the directorial reins for the first time - not bad at all.
In my opinion, the critics were partial to "One Two Three" for not giving its due credit especially the awesome "one-liners".
Trust me, even on a second viewing, it will make you laugh.
Rating: 3.5 / 5