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Upperstall Review



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No Problem


Hindi, Comedy, 2010, Color

Yash (Sanjay Dutt) and Raj (Akshaye Khanna) are small time crooks and childhood buddies. When Yash robs the First Village Bank, the innocent bank manager, Zandulal (Paresh Rawal), also falls under suspicion, just because he had sheltered Yash and Raj under his roof. Zandulal begs the Bank Chairman for time to look for the two and prove his innocence. In Durban, Arjun Singh (Anil Kapoor) is a bungling ham-handed cop, married to Kajal (Sushmita Sen), the daughter of the commissioner of the police (Shakti Kapoor). Kajal has a split personality - one moment she's a loving wife and mother, who for 10 minutes everyday, transforms into a terrifying maniac intent on murdering her husband! Diamonds worth millions have been stolen from the International Diamond Centre. No witnesses have survived the shooting spree unleashed by the gang lead by Marcos (Suniel Shetty). Arjun is as determined to find these ruthless robbers, as Zandulal is to find the two crooks who robbed his bank. Yash and Raj try to avoid Zandulal who does not realizing that they are his neighbours. Meanwhile, Raj falls in love with Sanjana (Kangna Ranaut), Kajal's younger sister. At the engagement, Zandulal threatens to expose Yash and Raj unless they return the money they stole from his bank. Cornered, Raj and Yash agree to commit one last robbery...

The best thing about the movie was the full length Tees Maar Khan promo at the beginning, so that sums up what I think about No Problem. To think that so many people have spent a lot of time and money to come up with this is seriously depressing. Because No Problem is a plot-less, soul-less, aimless work of ridiculously thoughtless scenes stitched together with the hope that the puerile gags and nonsensical dialogue will somehow get the audience to look beyond the sham and garner a few laughs.

Well, I don't think most of the people who see this film will. You do laugh, but at the film, not with it. There is nothing to talk about the film. It is simply an ensemble of stars put together, almost ad-hoc, in front of the camera. The rest is left to chance and prayer. In between, there are songs of admittedly hot phirang girl troupes, making our middle age Bollywood heroes look even more embarrassing. You have to wonder what Anil Kapoor was thinking agreeing to act in a film like this, much less produce it. Anees Bazmee has proved he's the king of the ridiculous capers, but Welcome was a masterpiece compared to No Problem. And this is not an exaggeration, it is simply how bad and pointless the film is.

Having spent Rs 200 and 3 hours on this, I will not risk spending any more of your time ranting further. Avoid completely, or watch at your own risk.

Upperstall review by: Mr Care





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