The first half of the film is s series of relentless celebrations where the great Indian parivaar keeps assembling for amarriage anniversary, followed by a marriage, an engagement, a honey moon, another engagement, a picnic, antakshari?In short, one big party that threatens to go on and on with Babujis dancing with Mummyjis, bhaijis (Mohnish, Salman, Saif) romancing their respective Jees (Tabu, Sonali, Karishma) and all the other jees-Mamaji, maamiji, bahuraniji, bhabhiji, behenji, chachaji, auntyji, uncleji - joining in the life's-a-ball soiree. But do you mind?
Nah! The color, vibrancy, verve and spectacle of non-stop joy leaves you with no time to even think about banalities like story plot drama and drive. All of which is amply taken care of in the second half of the film, which no... Read More