They say, any experience is good experience. That’s why, despite knowing what to expect, I decided to give this one a go! But I now have some questions which cropped up at different points in the movie:
1. The show Aamir’s father puts up for the bank people, why would anyone give a loan for that mediocre thing?
2. Aamir’s father says, “Beta apni izzat apne haath mei hoti hai.” And then shoots himself, kya izzatdaar harkat thi ye?
3. How did Aamir rob the bank? And the scene when he rides over a wire to evade police, when he nearly misses the train, was that supposed to be exciting?
4. The vehicle that Abhishek used for his entry, was it a steel enforced Ambassador car? Because I dont know of any normal auto-rickshaw breaking through a wall, landing on its own three wheels after a high jump, and then doing a stoppee and numerous 360 degree turns. If all of this is even half true, Indian army should really replace its Gypsies with these God-Rickshaws.
*Correction, it did finally break, thank you Vijay Krishna for saving Bollywood*
5. Is it just me or Katrina’s dance in ‘kamli’ is funny? (Yes of course till the time she strips to bare essentials)
6. Why is the “supercop” of India so stupid as to show an unknown man the blueprints of the bank, all the security measures taken, and then be so over-confident?
And then the reason for robbing the banks is so childish. Banks trouble people? I thought they provided loans to people who wanted some cash when in need, and then pay back within the stipulated time. Of course, if you expect them to sympathise with you when you are facing loss and pat you on the head and say, “koi baat nahi beta, aaram se dena” then yes they are evil!
I should have listened to my brother and kept my brain aside for this one.
Only good thing about the movie? Two Aamir Khans. Uday Chopra. Enough said.