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May 09, 2008 01:28 AM 3350 Views
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“White white face dekh ke dilwa beating fast,

Sasura dance mare


Very happy is my heart,

Dil dance mare!!”

So what do people expect from a movie carrying such lyrics

in one of its show case songs???

“TASHAN” is a rocking action comedy and I bet whether you

like it or not, you will come out with an extra show of attitude, the actual

meaning of the word “tashan”.

No reviews can limit Tashan’s viewing. If I try to pen down

what I just loved watching, it will be very difficult for me. What we called in

the great 90’s error as “Masala” movie. This is what Tashan is for us and

probably a break from the entire intelligent movie making. You don’t need to

carry any brains or hearts to enjoy the movie. Just go silent and come out

loud. A true marvel in its making. Tashan is a wonder joy ride.

Bhaiyyaji (Anil Kapoor) is a don who has his roots in Kanpur

in U.P. Bhaiyyaji’s obsession with English leads him to employ Jimmy (Saif Ali

Khan) to improve his English speaking. Jimmy is approached by Pooja (Kareena

Kapoor) who is secretary and love interest of Bhaiyyaji. Jimmy and Pooja end up

falling in love and stealing a might sum from Bhaiyyaji’s money basket. To get

hold of the two, Bachhan Pandey (Akshay Kumar) is employed by the don. Short

and simple. A chase, one will really enjoy.

Anil Kapoor as usual makes you laugh loud with his broken

English and accent. The deadly don look do suit him.

Saif is as always good and Kareena goes along with the role.

One thing need to be mentioned, apart from the last action scenes Kareena looks

weak. She has probably lost more weight than required.

Now comes the real entertainer, Akki. The Khiladi Kumar adds all the lights to

the ceremony. It is not the usual Akshay Kumar stuff. He tries something

different and fits completely into the role with such a grace that when he is

on the screen no one else is visible.

Saif and Akshay look good together again after around eight

years gap since their last appearance together in the movie “Aarzoo”.

The music by Vishal-Shekhar makes you swing and a sudden

urgency is felt to purchase the album and hear the beats on your surround

system. CHEERS GUYS!!

The writer and director Vijay Krishna Acharya does a very

nice job and makes us wait for his next flicks.

Go for Tashan, to enjoy, and to have a little flush of the

intelligent mind and the emotional heart.

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