Hindi .edy Movie Review – Teen Thay Bhai Review -索尼a350

Arts-and-Entertainment Teen Thay Bhai is a Hindi .edy movie directed by Mrighdeep Lamba, produced by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra Productions, Written by Mehul Suri and Gautam Mehra. The film stars Om Puri, Shreyas Talpade, Deepak Dobriyal, Ragini Khanna and Yograj Singh. The music is .posed by Ranjit Barot and Sukhwinder Singh. Teen Thay Bhai has been called a desi .edy by the people behind it and even if you dont really fathom just what they mean by this, you might laugh a couple of times while watching it. There is nothing wrong in giving loud characters louder lines and stupid situations stupider jokes but then you can only force your viewer so much to enjoy a .edy in which the writer and the actors seem to get most of the jokes. As the title suggests Teen Thay Bhai is about three brothers–Chixie Gill (Om Puri), Happy Gill (Deepak Dobriyal) and Fancy Gill (Shreyas Talpade) and how they have to behave and tolerate each other for three years after the death of their authoritarian grandfather (Yograj Singh) in order to get their share of his property. Elder Gill doesnt like the idea of anyone thinking for themselves and his is the final word. Tired of the grandfathers rigid ways, Chixie walks out on his younger brothers to make a life in the city; years later a freak accident forces Happy to leave the village and his love Gurleen (Ragini Khanna) behind forever. The grandfathers death gets the three brothers together and while fulfilling the clauses in the will the three discover the love they had for one another. Whats good about Teen Thay Bhai has got precious little to do with the film–the setting, the production design and a pretty decent Deepak Dobriyal. The drama unfolds in a remote hill cottage adding some character to the film just like the great detailing in the production design which makes the locations .e alive but the screenplay is pretty lackluster. There are many scenes in the film that take too long in playing out; the set up takes forever and one ends up guessing the punch line as most of the jokes are predictable. Dobriyal and his nuanced performance makes his small town Happy very real and .pletely believable but Puri is mostly loud without the payoff. Talpades English bungling Fancy is passable at places but on the whole is too cheesy. Then there are the supporting characters like Inspector Gabru Bawra whose fascination for nonsensical tools of trade would put Inspector Gadget to shame and the two constables that he moves around with who just snigger on cue and an earthmover that gets more relevant screen time than Ragini Khanna! Teen Thay Bhai is predictable, loud and often tries too hard to be funny; how many fart jokes do you need in order to make people laugh? Do they still work? It might work if the stars are aligned, its that kind of a day and you are in that kind of mood difficult to get the correct setting but then anythings possible, right? About the Author: 相关的主题文章: