Mubarakan Movie Review

Mubarakan Movie Review 2017: No needs for Mubarkein

Movie Name
Anees Bazmee
Comedy, Drama
02 hours 36 minutes

Mubarakan Review

Another similar movie of Anees Bazmee with loud background noise, slow-mo hero walk to peppy tunes and unnecessary solid base. Another thing that is common is a marriage at the centre. There's nothing smart happening!

The movie starts off with the twins Karan and Charan (Arjun Kapoor playing a double role)being separated at birth due to the accident of their parents and its Kartar( Anil Kapoor) who has to take care of the twins. But being a Bachelor it becomes a bit too difficult for him and hence he sends one twin to live with his brother (Pavan Malhotra) in Punjab and the other twin with his sister (Ratna Patak) in London.

The twins are identically similar but older one being mild mannered and the other being very suave. But when the twins cross continents, they also leave behind a trail of commotions.

While watching the film it's not like you are in a new territory. Nothing terrible though but just similar to what we've watched in movies such as Golmaal, Angoor even Judwa. Bazmee is always great with his one liners and gags, and hence keeps going in this movie too with full gusto.

Going back to the plot, Charan and Karan gets their love life entangled with each other, where Karan who loves Sweety (Ileana D'cruz) she gets engaged to Charan and Charan loves Binki (Athiya) who is supposed to marry Karan. And to add to this huge mess there is also Nafisa (Neha Sharam) who is actually dating Charan. These twins solely rely on their uncle for all solutions and they rush to London. Talking about Kartar's plans, they always sound good but they are really never full proof. And hence because of one such plan, the whole family has torn apart.

Anil Kapoor kept the audience entertained with half Brit-Punjabi acting through out the film. So you can watch this laugh out loud affair with the usual patience and even a bit of perseverance that one usually save for such comedy movies.


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The Verdict

Arjun's double role allows laughs and the ladies Ileana, Athiya and Neha are just pleasing on the eyes. Where as the heavyweight actors such as Ratna Patak Shah and Pavan Malhotra kept the movie floating with their stellar act but Pavan could have toned down on his over dramatic portion. Songs such as the remix off Hawa Hawa and Tu Goggle Paa Ke Nache definitely raise the spirits of this film. Hence we give this movie a 2.5-star rating.


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