Rascals - Review

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

For a slapstick that is supposed to keep you in splits, Rascals has a very few gags that would have worked better if they were told in a calmer tone, with better timing and weren't dragged endlessly.



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Rascals' main aim seems to demean and mock. You know, the kind of jokes that are cracked on the less fortunate and are politically incorrect - be it the poor or the blind. The other kind of humor involves guys ogling at cleavage - what is that actually supposed to do? Make you laugh, titillate you, warm you up to the owner of the cleavage?

Speaking of which, my hands started hurting with the number of times Kangna Ranaut is pulled from Sanjay Dutt by Ajay Devgn only to be pulled right back by Sanjay Dutt. Imagine the number of times they must've done that while shooting those pulling-and-pushing scenes.

And the forced hugs that Kangna Ranaut gets from Sanjay Dutt and Ajay Devgn after she is pulled makes the two heroes of the film look like lecherous, sleazy, old men that any woman would avoid with a barge pole.

Why then is she tolerating this nonsense? There's a reason for it all, supposedly. A reason that only makes you wonder, "Really? There was no other way to get to the two fools now, was there?" Oh sorry, how would the writers be able to write all the skin-show and other rubbish in? And well, it is only me who can complain about missing logic and question supposedly existing logic in a David Dhawan film.

Like any other David Dhawan film, Rascals made me laugh once or twice. It also immediately took the fun away by characters explaining the joke just cracked or stretching it for an extra 5-10 seconds. And that can be said about the film too. You think it's over and there comes more and then some more and then finally the closing credit song.

And you know the scary bit? There seems to be a hint at a sequel.

- meeta, a part of the audience

Parental Guidance:

  • Violence: slapping around.
  • Language: mostly clean. But regular references to abuses that begin and end with cursing the others' mother and sister. No direct offensive language though.
  • Nudity & Sexual content: Loads of leching at cleavages and skimpily clad girls.
  • Concept: good-for-nothings woo-ing a woman
  • General Look and Feel: Bright and loud.

Detailed Ratings (out of 5):

  • Direction: 1
  • Story: 1
  • Lead Actors: 1
  • Character Artists: 1
  • Dialogues: 1.5
  • Screenplay: 1
  • Music Director: 1
  • Lyrics: 0.5

Rascals - Trailer

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Comments (3)

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@Sanjay i'm sorry, but ha ha ha ha ha. All I can say is next time, wait up for the review. Oh and I'm looking forward to watching Soundtrack too.


@Anil ouch! it was pretty bad, i know. sympathies :P

FM Radio Station:

Super duper flop movie!!! Total waste of money.

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