For past few weeks we have had a row of films which haven’t really appeased us and our reviewer. No film has got the mighty five star rating uptil now. Although we wish to see a five star film gracing the theatres soon, we also do not wish to see a television repeat or even a remake of some films for they have harangued us to death and back. It is with these films we realized how nice it is to have an inane tweet from KRK. Or how beautiful a dog pissing on the streets looks! Well, that might sound gross but while watching these films all that we did was sob-sob and puke-puke. And each of us swore in our minds that we never want to watch these films again let alone a remake!
We couldn’t believe the amount of non-sense the filmmakers packed in this docoit-drama or was it a comedy caper? Well, we don’t really know ‘cause after watching its trailer ….
….we didn’t have the guts to endure the entire film for 3 long hours.
We couldn’t believe our eyes when we saw three esteemed stars teamed to deliver a disaster. In fact there can be no other adjective that suits this film better; it was a besharam disaster with utterly shaming dialogues.
Did you even pay heed to this film? We didn’t actually. We are true to our words. We don’t really know when it came and when it tanked at the BO!
For all the brave hearts who watched this one in theater,*slowclaps*
This was supposed to be a love story, new age love story, if we may add. The film floored us with its mind-blowing discussions about how to loose virginity. It was totally a “virginal” film. And with this, we hope you get the sarcasm and the pun!
This film made us a Ghanchakkar. It left us dazed and we still wonder why was that absolute disgusting scene of phone-sex-talk used in the film? Whatever did the filmmakers get from it?
The filmmakers of this film had galls to remake a cult classic that starred Bachchan with Ram Charan daring to step into Bachchan’s shoes. How could he even think that he could emulate the deep baritone dialogues of Big B! All we know is that he was squeaking throughout and the film was utter bore.
Pray tell us, what was Priyanka Chopra trying to do in this one? Pinky? Oh for good lord’s sake, gimme a break.
Tigmanshu Dhulia’s formula to bring afore the gangster flicks went amiss with this one. It started of good and soon went haywire. Yes, we dared to watch this flick and only came out disappointed that this one didn’t have Dhulia’s charm at all.
We thought that the previous one was a catastrophe but this one simply escalated the fantasy-drama. It was unreal and sheer rubbish. What’s more? It starred Armaan Kohli as icchadhari naag.
We could have endured this film had it boasted of a star cast which included Sunny Leone. But honi kon tal sakta hai bhala!
Did you watch it on your telly? Or did you go to the theater? All you have to do is reply to us in the comments below your experience of watching this upheaval unfold and we might just drop by to felicitate you with a bravery award!
Boss, it’s not just about guts here, you need to have utter willpower and love for disgusting remakes to be able to watch this one. This tops our chart. We do not and we mean DO NOT EVER, EVER WANT TO SEE THIS ONE REMADE! Nothing can ever come close to Sippy’s Sholay. By making this one, Varma has only instilled this dialogue strongly in our minds and we don’t mind executing it: Yeh Hath Humko Dede Thakur!
Note that we have arranged these films as per intensity of crap it flung at us. However, you may choose to rate them as per your will.