Welcome to Animal Farm. With ample chicks, hens, horns; several ‘murgas’, mulgis, mummyjis and baaratis. raise this rustic beauty some colors of harvest, village belles, jadoo ki jhappi (read: item range by Jacqueline Fernandez) and after all, amidst it all – blooming romance in fields of gold. In pure Prabhudheva vogue – with spoonfuls of desi ghee!
CAST: Girish Kumar, Shruti Haasan, Sonu Sood, Randhir Kapoor, Vinod Khanna, Poonam Dhillon
DURATION: 2 hours 28 minutes
Ram (Girish), have baap (Randhir) Ka beta from Australia, lands in Asian country for a marriage, wherever he is shocked to examine beautiful girls clad in salwar-kamzeez and sarees (Whaaat? Kis khet ki mooli hai yeh?!). He falls enamored with the bride’s succor, the easy gaon-ki-chori, Sona (Shruti). She’s forced to depart him, however Ram follows her to the village and swears to persuade her bhaiya, the proud kisaan, Raghuvir (Sonu). The billion-dollar-baby turns desi-cool – He ploughs, milks the cows (even puts them on a diet), and will a ‘shitload’ of labor (with gobar, ghaas, et al).
The film (remake of Prabhudheva’s debut directorial Telugu film) is not ripe with any age – in story or direction. In fact, it discernibly replants stories from the 80’s-90’s era (remember: ‘Maine Pyar Kiya’, ‘Pyar Kiya Toh Darna Kya’), with cliches, a banal plot, associate degree field-full of supporting solid (of that Kapoor and Khanna square measure underused however good) and a budding lead combine.
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Debutant Girish makes a splash of associate degree entry (surfing in blue seas, ‘Bond’ babes take a bow), and dances with aptitude. His too exuberant performance appears flaky within the half. Later, once he turns from a cool to kisaan, he breaks loose and performs a shade higher. Shruti appearance the desi beauty; her performance isn’t putting, nonetheless likeable. Sonu is that the better of the ‘crop’, his years of labour as associate degree actor shows. There square measure few smart laughs, doses of sweetness and contemporary melodies (Sachin-Jigar), however sadly even that’s mowed down by heightened histrionics, routine dialogues and a old-hat tale.