Starring: Salman, Akshay Kumar, and Priyanka Chopra, Amrish Puri
Rewatchability Index: 0/5
Seen at: Prasads
Salman is a hot headed young man who is for ever in a fight (sigh!). So he promises his mother (or was it his grand mother?) that he will keep his cool and leaves town to leave his past behind. He lands up in Goa with a job, that my limited intelligence couldn’t fathom. When he leaves his mom or gandmom he tells her he’s been hired as a life guard (LOL!!! Imagine a murder playing a life guard, ain’t that nice?). But once there, he begins acting like the manager of the place. Strange, strange.
He lives as a paying guest in Kader Khan’s place. Kader Khan plays an ex-policeman who was knocked on the head in the line of duty. So each day he now suffers from a different illness. So one day he’s blind, the next day he is deaf and so on and so forth. Living right opposite him is Priyanka Chopra. Nice babe, great figure, good tits, 0 acting skills. She has a habit of working out with her drapes and window left wide open (sigh!!!).
Her father is an ex-army man. Salman seems to rub him the wrong way every time they meet (that was David Dhawan’s tribute to reality in the entire movie).
In waltzes the only saving grace of this torture, Akshay Kumar. He spends his time generally getting Salman into more trouble. I don’t know why, Salman doesnt seem like he needed help in that direction.
The background score of “Wicked Sunny” what would play each time Akshay was up to some antic of his was cool.
The story meanders along until Salman gets the girl and we get to know that Akshay was his childhood buddy who had been in America all this time (not surprising, I would have even settled for Kenya to get away from Salman).
Music is nothing to write home about, as a matter of fact, if you write home about it you may get disowned. Dont tell me I didnt warn you.
If you have nothing better to do over the weekend and think of seeing this movie, I would recommend going to tank bund and counting the waves as a more productive passtime.