One Two Three - External Reviews

wogma rating: Watch if you have nothing better to do (?)
quick review:

1 2 3: Skimpy dresses - 4. Funny lines - 5. Loud actors - way too many. This wannabe comedy takes a dive into slapstick torture of third degree.

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15 reviewers have given One Two Three an average rating of 0.7/5.0 (?)

0 yays
11 nays
4 so-so

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So-So by Akshay Shah, Akshay Shah ...the movie is just another trashy comedy but I don’t understand why everyone’s been so harsh on the movie when it clearly achieves what it set out to?... full review

Thumbs down by Aparajita Ghosh, Apun Ka Choice ... To this melee of characters add two youths ( Upen Patel and Tanishaa ) who inexplicably keep flitting in and out of the camera frames... full review

Thumbs down by Jaspreet Pandohar, BBC ...CRUDE ENTERTAINMENT... full review

So-So by Daliya Daspurkayastha, Bollywood Mantra ... It lacks the masala of a perfect comedy but can be watched to avoid tensions for a moment... full review

Thumbs down Business of Cinema ...Seems like debutant director Dhir has got carried away by Shakespeare’s line – “What’s in a name” and has made a full length feature out it... full review

So-So by Martin D'Souza, Glamsham.com ... One Two Three Director : Music : Lyrics : Starring : Ashwani Dheer Raghav Sachar Aditya Dhar, Munna Dhiman Sunil Shetty, Tusshar Kapoor, Paresh Rawal, Upen Patel, Esha Deol, Sameera Reddy, Tanisha Mukherjee, Neetu Chandra. By Martin D'Souza, Bollywood Trade News Network Send to Friend view ONE TWO THREE videos view ONE TWO THREE videos If you are looking to have a laugh, ONE TWO THREE, provides humour in huge doses. And, though at times it does get a bit monotonous you are willing to let that pass because after 15 minutes into the movie and having endured a long, boring commentary, which describes the main characters, you just go with what the director wants you to do; leave your brains behind and laugh your guts out. You stop looking for sense because director Ashwani Dheer’s focus is getting the audience to have a hearty laugh. There are some stupid one-liners, which are witty nonetheless and every situation is a moment for comedy. And the situation here is a case of mistaken identity with three men sharing the same name Laxminarayan (Suniel Shetty, Paresh Rawal and Tushhar Kapoor) checking into hotel Blue Diamond for different purposes. As expected, the envelope they are to receive describing their job goes to the wrong Laxminarayan and therein lies the tragedy that opens up to a laugh riot. To be honest, there are some seriously funny moments that make you laugh the loudest, which dull the impact of a weak storyline... full review

Thumbs down by Khalid Mohamed, Hindustan Times ...He could have called his take, Zero Zero Zero... full review

Thumbs down by Rajeev Masand, IBN Live ...Borrowing gags from a wide range of sources — the Mr Bean series, to a bunch of similarly tacky B-grade comedies —... full review

Thumbs down by Taran Adarsh, IndiaFM ...Substituting a cohesive script with witty one-liners and funny situations has never been the shortcut to success and never will be.... full review

Thumbs down by Gaurav Malani, indiatimes ... Want to sample some more caricature characters? There are plenty. There is a mafia kingpin called... no not Godfather... but Papa... full review

So-So by Amit R Agarwal, merinews ...The film has plenty of below-the-belt humour (Paresh is a chaddi-undie vendor you see) that might offend the sensibilities of the puritans.... full review

Thumbs down by Anupama Chopra, NDTV ...The film is rife with bargain basement gags... full review

Thumbs down by Ashok Nayak, Now Running.com ... The direction and screenplay are mediocre. Dialogues are witty at times but gets repetitive. Music is bad.... full review

Thumbs down by Raja Sen, Rediff ...Speaking of wince-provoking, there are the obligatory bunch of bimbettes... full review