If you want to have some good laughs at more or less slapstick situations with mix ups, pretty women, loud chatter, louder music and dance, plus some extravagant locations and settings, accompanied by overacting by just about every actor, this is a picture to watch.
Including commuting time it took all of three hours and forty five minutes of my afternoon time yesterday, but I enjoyed the change from the unusual kind of films that I had been seeing recently.
Arjun Kapoor in a double role gives an adequate performance but he is overshadowed by the old pro, his uncle in real life Anil Kapoor.
Since the entire plot and story revolves around these three gents, the other cast, including a remarkable performance by Ratna Pathak, pale into insignificance.
All in all, an enjoyable outing on a rainy afternoon.
2 thoughts on “Mubarakan.”
I’m glad you had a good time. Life is too sort not to.
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unless the reviews or the grapevine information is negative, or the genre is not my cup of tea like Horror, I see all films that are released and also see quite a few through DVDs or Amazon Prime.
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