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    Phata Poster Nikla Hero (2013)

     
    Four years after giving highly successful entertainer "Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani" Raj Kumar Santoshi is back with screw-ball action comedy with not a single dull moment and a film you can enjoy with your family.I saw it today at PVR and children really enjoyed it and kept talking about the characters while walking back to Parking.Adults too enjoyed it equally and its comedy is somewhat like Santoshi's cult classic "Andaz Apna Apna".People were pleasantly surprised as Salman Khan playing himself is in a guest appearance.

    Though in the climax its strange that it preaches,kids should not follow their dreams but do as their parents say.Which is out of place in today's times when parents mostly encourage their children to do what they like profession wise.For the Shahid's character wants to be a Hero but his mother emotionally blackmails him to become a Police officer.

    All the songs are good and shot beautifully like glorious music videos and the background score is great too.Padmini Kolhapure seems well preserved and seems like Shahid's sister rather than mother.Shahid Kapoor is great in this movie and shines throughout .Action scenes are really fast paced.Ileana too is good and Saurabh Shukla is really funny.

    Its a great movie to watch this weekend.

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