Phata Poster Nikla Hero Movie Review

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Phata Poster Nikla Hero has nothing new to offer. In fact, it’s so unbelievably clichéd that you can predict almost every single scene in the movie. Probably Santoshi, the guy behind few of the great bollywood movies, was not in mood of making a different movie this time, instead he was making ‘yet another comedy movie of the year’. But unfortunately, even if Phata Poster is meant to be a comedy, it isn’t thoroughly funny. Well, then let’s give him a benefit of doubt and assume that he was trying to make an action-comedy sorta film - and if that’s the case, action sequences was just so last decade that you won’t enjoy it in 2013.

Talking about acting, Shahid has attempted such comedy for the first time. Somebody should tell him making faces like those emoticons on your whatsapp will not get him anywhere near to the league of Govinda but he still manages to put up a nice show. He is delightful in dance numbers like Khali Pili and Dhating Naach. And honestly, there is only so much that he could have done with a half-baked character and a messy plot.

While the first half of the film is atleast filled with dialogues aimed at making audiences laugh out loud, the second half, the chaotic climax is so similar to Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani that you sit through it catching glimpses of Ranbir and Kaif.

What’s worse, there are innumerous songs spurting within scenes, which further puts you off.

It is a complete masala-entertainer, an old school predictable comedy that has ingredients of an out-and-out commercial venture meant for a family audience. The content of the film is not offensive and there is no vulgarity either. It surely will surely make you laugh and you willobviously not feel bored. But if you talk about the quality of movie, it is 2.5 shors.

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