Tale: Six losers in an international dance championship, with an ulterior motive. An elaborate diamond robbery.

Overview: It is ‘Happy New Year’ time. So, Delighted Diwali! And it is all about almost everything happy, happy. So let us adhere to getting ‘slap happy’. For this reason, the very good points first. The further Happy Ending, with the cutest scene in the motion picture remaining producers, Gauri and SRK’s attractive child Abram seeking angelic. And an physical appearance by director Farah Khan’s terrific triplets. Toss in Abhishek Bachchan’s tapori snake dance and bouts of ‘Englis’ speaking. Include on Shah Rukh’s dimpled attraction (unmissable greased fab-abdominal muscles – receives a whole lot of close-ups) and sure, Deepika’s glossy, massy ‘Lovely’ dance quantity. But maintain on, evaluation abhi baki hai mere dost.

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Charlie (SRK), with his suave English and blonde streak (but Indiawaale coronary heart) has devised a heist. He gathers his staff of Charlie’s Angels, with Jag (Sood), the ex-armed service, muscle gentleman (he beats Charlie on the ab-display). Tammy (Irani), a harmless-cracker who will get occasional epileptic attacks of 30 seconds. Mohini (Padukone), a bar-dancer, obsessed with angrezi speaking adult men so she falls in like with Charlie (naturally). And Nandu Bhide (dimaag mein keede), the boisterous bewda who dishes out the greatest laughs in the movie. And Rohan (Shah) the nerd hacker who cracks the codes. The gameplan is to take part in the Planet Dance Championship, on New Year’s eve but the supreme target is to crack into the Shalimar vault (mera pyaar Shalimar) to rob diamonds, from the closed fist of Charan Grover (Shroff).

The story is uncomplicated, perched on a lavish canvas – glitzy, glamorous, beautiful bodies (study: male torso) and with self-deprecating humour which stands out and entertains in pieces (a recap of moments from SRK’s own movies!). The to start with half spends much too a lot time location a plot that’s rather uncomplicated. It’s not a movie about an ingenious heist (considerably from ‘Oceans Eleven’) or dance, it is a movie about everything truly Bollywood – where by logic gets a ‘fit’, gloss addresses up the glitches, cameos creep in devoid of a warning and the rest of the plot finds consolation in the hero’s warm-bod (anything at all from 6 to 8 packs – consider your decide on!) and outstretched arms. The cast pulls off their acts well and depart you with some experience-excellent moments, but not sufficient to previous a few extended hours.

Diwali fireworks are all about sparkle, phatakas and some crackers anyway. Gettit? So go, enjoy.