Starring: Akshay Kumar, Ritesh Deshmukh, Shreyas Talpade, John Abraham, Zarine Khan, Shazahn Padamsee, Jacqulien Fernandes, Asin, Randhir Kapoor, Rishi Kapoor, Johnny Lever, Chunky Pandey, Mithun Chakraborty, Boman Irani
Bollywood comedy needs a serious lecture from Charles Darwin. It seems the theory of evolution applies to each and every entity on this planet except for the Indian film industry and especially its comedy genre. Two estranged brothers, Mr. Chintu Kapoor (Rishi Kapoor) and Daboo Kapoor (Randhir Kapoor) are looking at getting their respective daughters married. They would only get them married into prestigious households demand rich son-in-laws, perhaps maybe even the son of JD (Chakraborty). Jai's (Talpade) father is thrown out of the house by Chintu when he learns they dont live up to their standards and Jai vows revenge. Enter Jolly (Deshmukh) the son of JD who is good friends with Jai and agrees to help him get his revenge. They hire Max (Abraham) to go to Chintu as JD's son and marry their daughter Henna (Asin) and dump her before the wedding. Max ends up going to Daboo instead of Chintu and meets his daughter Bobby (Fernandes) hence the duo now hire Sunny (Kumar) to get the real job done. Jai wishes to marry his sweetheart Parul (Padamsee) and Jolly wants to marry JLo (Khan) but is too scared to talk about his true love in front of his father. The movie is a complete mess of characters with all the male leads constantly switching roles and partners to make, what could possibly be, the worlds biggest botched movie. As all Indian comedy movies, this one too thrives on a complicated and confused story, bad humour, bikini babes and too many stars. It really isn't any different from any other Hindi comedy movie that you might come across and does not even attempt at being so. Charles Darwin, I call thee to come down here and give a lesson or two to these mindless mortals!
Thumbs up: Zarine Khan looks hot, Shazahn Padamsee is hot, Asin sizzles and Jacquelin is every mans wet dream
Thumbs down: Hopeless plot, bad humour worse acting