The hero saves the heroine yet again. It seems like our Indian hero is back! He is every bodyÔÇÖs favorite, can fight with hundreds of ÔÇ£gundasÔÇØ just like that.┬á He is soft hearted, respects women and is a fan of Salman Khan!! The movie revolves around how the hero meets the heroine ÔÇ£the abla nariÔÇØ and saves her from the villain! The main characters are played by Arjun Kapoor as Pintoo, Sonakshi Sinha as Radhika and Manoj Bajpai as Bahubali Gajendar Singh. The dialogs are fabulous and can make you whistle or clap. There are fight scenes and there are many! Although you wonÔÇÖt see cars crashing or fighting on the top of train but they still are quite impressive and can give you a rush. Romance, there isnÔÇÖt much! Unlike movies where the hero and heroine fall in love and then they fight, itÔÇÖs the fight first and the love somewhere later on.
Even though there were actors like Manoj Bajpai and Raj Babbar, I can say may be they were little missing. May be more of them would had made the movie even better. I would wish to see Sonakshi doing some cinema of her own kind. May be where she is something more than just the ÔÇ£abla nariÔÇØ. Arjun Kapoor was good. The movie does try to bring to our notice that we Indians still keep quiet if a crime is being done on the road, especially by some ÔÇ£powerfulÔÇØ people!
The movie is, all in all, a good ÔÇÿpaisa vasoolÔÇÖ. Anybody who loves Salman KhanÔÇÖs kind of movies would love it. There are songs, fights and love. But people trying to figure out how a man can fight with hundreds or the ones trying to compare it with Hollywood, may still come out of theatres saying ÔÇ£What was that!!ÔÇØ Anybody who wants to enjoy three hours of Indian movie masala can go for the movie. It might not be the one you keep in your hard disk but something you will always remember while wearing your ÔÇ£jockeyÔÇØ under wear!
I would rate it 3 1/2 on 5.