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    Posted December 14, 2013 by
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    What the Fish (2013) Review

     
    This film has a story line very much like Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo (1999) which starred Rob Schneider and is equally funny.

    Of the motley group of supporting actors Vishal Sharma is quite impressive as Haryanvi Boxer Rajpal who is Boxer during the day and dances like a cross-dresser Courtesan at night in privacy of Dimple's home where a friend (Mithun Rodwittiya) of his makes a MMS clip of his then blackmails him.

    Dimple Kapadia is great as usual as Mausi (Aunty) with highly imaginative mind who mistakes a dumb deaf girl who is mistakenly locked in her Loo as a flying evil Witch when she rushes out to freedom as soon as Dimple opens the door.

    Gurmmeet Singh has directed this movie in an interesting engrossing way telling the story in flashbacks and then to the present day.

    Manu Rishi Chadha plays Ravi a Casanova who mind manipulates his Junior Anand Tewari's (Neerav) girlfriend to sleep with him.Then asks his acquaintance,another woman to get rid of her.This conniving woman poses as his pregnant girl friend and does the trick.

    Manjot Singh plays Pummi Singh who runs an Aquarium House.Dimple's fish keep dying and he keeps getting rich by selling "Parrot Fish" at exorbitant price.But later on is looted by a fake fakir who by his drowsy fumes makes him sleep and loot his shop.

    This is a light-hearted funny film to watch this weekend.
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