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wogma rating: Switch channels if it's on cable (?)
quick review:

Random hotchpotch of a story with inconsequential sub-plots. Random characters with inconsequential lines. Random music with inconsequential lyrics. The usual been there seen that, leave-your-brains-home-and-yet-don't-enjoy fare.



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NOT A REVIEW - a look into the look and feel of the release this week.

Yet another week with a slapstick comedy(?) to entertain us. Okay-okay, how can I slot it into a genre without watching it? So let's just say the promos, the official site and the plot synopsis all are slapstick-ish.

So, we have two friends, one of whom is trying to avoid the other. One of them is a simpleton, the other a conman. And of course, we have irresistible diamonds as the supporting cast. Irresistible both because they are diamonds and seems like no plot line is complete without them or crores of rupees.

The director's past record includes Baaghi and Julie which I remember categorizing "not bad" when I saw them. He was also an assistant on Who Saat Din. Haven't seen any of his other work, but this with Arshad Warsi's comic timing could be good enough to make it worth a watch.