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Shalu Dhyani's Film Reviews
Bol Bachchan falls a bit short of delivering what it promised. A few excellent scenes, a few good scenes and a quite a lot of boring scenes is how I would describe the film. It doesn’t have the laugh-a-minute quality of Shetty’s earlier comedies but is still a decent time pass flick to be enjoyed with family or friends. Keep your expectations low and you may end up having a good time.
There is a high probability that all three stories will not appeal to everybody. You may connect with one or two of them but it is unlikely that you will connect with all three. This is what holds back the film from being ‘highly recommended’ and puts it in the category of ‘one time watch’. However, it is a not a bad one time watch at all.
The names Abbas-Mustan evoke images of racy thrillers with twists-n-turns, dashing heroes, sexy femme fatales and good music. Their movies may lack logic at times but they rarely lack in entertainment. So it was with expectations of getting thoroughly entertained that I sat down to watch their latest offering, Players, starring Abhishek Bachchan, Bipasha Basu, Sonam Kapoor, Bobby Deol, Neil Nitin, Mukesh, Vinod Khanna, Johnny Lever, Omi Vaidya and Sikander.
My final take – it is difficult to rate a movie like Love Breakups Zindagi, which isn’t good enough to be called a ‘must-see’ nor bad enough to be called a ‘must-not-see’.