Release Date: 23rd November, 2018
Cast: Sunny Deol, Preity Zinta, Arshad Warsi, Shreyas Talpade, Ameesha Patel, Sanjay Mishra, Brijendra Kala, Jaydeep Alahwat, Pankaj Tripathi, Mukul Dev
Writer/Director: Neeraj Pathak
Producer/s: Fauzia Arshi
Bhaiaji Superhit Movie Review Rating: 1/5 Stars (One star)
Star Cast: Two irritating Sunny Deol(s), one illogicaly loud Preity Zinta, a hamming Ameesha Patel, funny-at-times Arshad Warsi & Shreyas Talpade, a villain who can fly Jaideep Ahlawat, wasted talents – Sanjay Mishra, Pankaj Tripathi & Brijendra Kala
Director: Neerraj Pathak – Pattak ke maara hai isne hume!
What’s Good: Best thing about this film is it finally got released & after this there’ll be no such film waiting for us, reviewers, in the cinema halls! (Is YPD 4 in making?)
What’s Bad: The fact that I chose a recliner seat to watch this film; in no time this became ‘try not to sleep’ challenge, after a point of time the only thing louder than Sunny Deol’s fake punches, was my heart screaming of pain
Loo Break: Run for it! Where else you can scream and smack yourself down for the decision you took of watching this film
Watch or Not?: Watch Mohalla Assi, watch Yamla Pagla Deewana 3, watch Namaste England, watch Deepak Kalal’s videos on YouTube, watch Rakhi Sawant getting knocked down in a wrestling ring, watch a Snail making its way through a Zebra crossing
Bhaiaji Superhit is about Devi Dayal Dubey aka 3D bhaiya (Sunny Deol) and his pissed off wife Sapna Dubey (Preity Zinta). Instead of going to her and clarify things, 3D gets influenced by Goldie Kapoor (Arshad Warsi) to make a film on their life story. That’s just the start of what all nonsense happens after this. Goldie, who is just concerned about how much money he makes, gathers a team of a flop writer in Tarun Porno Ghosh (Shreyas Talpade) and an annoying actress Mallika Kapoor (Ameesha Patel).
This wasn’t enough when a duplicate of 3D bhaiya comes into the scene as Funny Singh. So now Funny Singh becomes the hero of the film, which creates confusion between who’s real and who’s reel. Amidst all this ruckus, there’s an unwanted villain Helicopter Mishra (Jaideep Ahlawat) who has another sub-plot going on, just to get knocked down everytime he meets 3D bhaiya. All this and many more things that make no sense are moulded together in a story that should’ve been rejected at the first place.
Bhaiaji Superhit Movie Review: Script Analysis
Written by someone called Aakash Pandey (Sorry, I’m unaware about him) and dialogues are by the legend of Comedy Circus (but a failure of films) Raaj Shaandilyaa – the story is so bad that it’s purely bad. There’s nothing to cheer about, not a single thing. Starting the movie with a grammatical mistake (xyz & abc presents), nothing goes right until the end. Sunny Deol fighting amongst the flying bikes & cars, breaking into the coconuts with his hands is still acceptable, but Preity Zinta who passes out in water pukes when a flying particle of a broken car hits her back (Yes, it looks more exasperating than it sounds).
There’s a visionary song Sleepy Sleepy Akhiyan Jagake Maine Rakhiya which defines the entire irony of the film. Jaideep Ahlawat’s character enters in a Helicopter just because his name was Helicopter Mishra! Thank god he wasn’t named as Spacecraft Mishra (It would’ve been a sci-fi film). To add to the annoyance that I’ve faced, there’s a scene in which Sunny Deol confuses divorce papers with a clothing suit – YES! Dialogues such as, “Main udta nahi udata hoon & main bhaagta nahi, bhagata hoon” add to the mockery happening on screen.
Bhaiaji Superhit Movie Review: Star Performance
Sunny Deol delivers yet another disastrous performance this year. After Yamla Pagla Deewana: Phir Se & Mohalla Assi, Bhaiaji Superhit hits the new low. His fan base is one of the best out on the social media & they don’t deserve this. It’s a very sad state of affairs how a star who ruled the box office in past is fading away with such films.
Preity Zinta is forgettable. She’s annoying and her accent doesn’t add any novelty factor to her character. Yes, she looks beautiful & unfortunately that’s about it. Arshad Warsi & Shreyas Talpade give us the required breathing space at times. They’ve few laughable dialogues & they don’t disappoint.
Ameesha Patel is bad! She looks hot but her character is very poorly written. Talents like Sanjay Mishra, Brijendra Kala, Pankaj Tripathi are wasted! Not even a single one of them manages to live up to their worth. Jaideep Ahlawat is good in few scenes but poor story and shoddy writing takes down his character too.