Genre : Comedy, Drama
Our rating :
Akshay Kumar plays the role of superstar Vijay Kumar, who ends up having a misunderstanding with his biggest fan RTO Inspector Om Prakash Aggarwal. All this fan desired was a sefliee with his idol, but things take an ugly turn when the media gets involved and it becomes a battle of egos and an ultimate fight between a superstar vs his die-hard fan.
Akshay as Vijay performs better than one could imagine. His behavior towards the superstardom he enjoys in real life will hook you. The best part is that despite having a charming personality and swag, Akshay shows signs of gratitude for his fans ignoring the fact that he is a self-made star. Meanwhile, you just can't ignore Emraan Hashmi's performance as a middle-class man and a die-hard fan who stays patient and subtly portrays his character.
Unexpectedly the ladies are neglected or have very little contribution to the film. Nushrratt Bharuccha as Om Prakash's wife is caring but fakes her behavior sometimes. Although she doesn't approve of her husband's love for a star, she doesn't mind faking her behavior in front of the whole colony when her husband is enjoying his 2 minutes of fame on news channels.
Whereas Diana Penty as Vijay's wife seems like she existed in the script only because there needed to be an emotional connection between the two which was missing. And the superstar could have used that emotional connection to deliver an emotional speech in the climax. It is not wrong to say that Diana doesn't get much scope to perform or show her fantastic acting skills. Even her scenes with Akshay aren't that great they will make you sit and enjoy their chemistry.
If you are a die-hard fan of Akshay Kumar then this movie is definitely for you but, if you are looking for a comedy film with a good concept then you might need to figure out whether this movie is for you or not.
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