The film starts with a wedding which is organised by Mansukh's (Himesh Reshammiya), father Champak Lal (Manoj Joshi). Champak pulled many strings in order for this marriage to happen but his son, Mansukh, was heard by the whole crowd through a dropped microphone that the wedding was done for the girl. After that the scene moves to a village where a few trucks, which have smuggled loot in them, are raided by a cop called Bahattar Singh (Akshay Kumar) aka Khiladi 786. Then we come back to Mansukh, who is now kicked out of his house by his dad, is agitated to organise his own wedding. A car driven very fast by Indu (Asin) with a groom who wants to marry her. Coincidentally, Mansukh is there too with his friend.Wikipedia
Khiladi 786 Reviews
I'm going with a generous two out of five for 'Khiladi 786'. Akshay Kumar fans may not complain. The rest might prefer the company of an aspirin.
In the end, I was left looking at a straw to clutch. Any little thing. I found, dear viewer, none. Not. A. One.
If I wasn’t so exhausted, I would have been offended. Box office figures suggest that many people enjoy this school of cheerfully moronic cinema, but Khiladi 786 really isn’t my idea of a good time.
This is a wannabe funny movie, an assault on our collective intellect.
All said and done, Khiladi 786 is not half as bad as Joker. But is that saying much?
For those looking for some logic-less laughtime, groovy tunes topped with some todh-podh - this one could bring some action to your weekend.
If you are one of those who tries to make sense out of every movie, mind you, this is definitely not your kind of a film. The movie can only be fun if you leave your brains at home. I
If you want nothing more than an enjoyable action-comedy without much sense, give Khiladi 786 a watch.
On the whole, KHILADI 786 is not for purists, but for lovers of hardcore masala films completely. If zany amusement, wacky humor and over the top entertainers is what you enjoy, this one's for you. Go, have fun!
Watch the film if you swear by Akshay Kumar. If you don’t, you’d be ill-advised to go into the theatres.