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Movie Review: Bhaiaji Superhit – This One Is Just All Over The Place

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Bhaiaji Superhit is all about a kind-hearted Devi Dayal Dubey (Sunny Deol), who decides to get back his wife, Sapna Dubey (Preity Zinta), who has left him.

Now to impress Sapna, Devi Dayal Dubey decides to make a film. Bhaisahab gets in touch with director Goldie Kapoor (Arshad Warsi), writer Tarun Porno Ghosh (Shreyas Talpade) and then walks in the sexy superstar Mallika (Ameesha Patel) to make the film titled Bhaiaji Superhit.

We also get to meet Funny Singh (Sunny Deol), who happens to be Devi Dayal Dubey’s duplicate and he is cast as the hero in the film. Amidst all this ruckus, in walks Helicopter Mishra (Jaideep Ahlawat) who has another sub-plot going on, which to me is still a mystery. Anyways, moving on, what happens during the process of making this film, is what Bhaiaji Superhit is all about.

As far as the star cast is concerned, well, Sunny Deol in a double role and Arshad Warsi are fun, but they are saddled with a poorly written script. Preity Zinta is a breath of fresh air, while Ameesha Patel is a huge disappointment as she just keeps showing her cleavage and tries desperately to be this seductress.

Shreyas Talpade, Jaideep Ahlwawat, and Sanjay Mishra don’t have much to do in the film and they just walk in and walk out of scenes as and when the director has asked them to.

Bhaiaji Superhit was supposed to release in the year 2012, but after almost 6 years has finally managed to see the light of the day, which according to me is the only nice things about this one. However, as expected, the film looks jaded and inconsistent.

All in all, Bhaiaji Superhit has some great talent, but then with a script that’s going nowhere, comic punches that get lost almost halfway in the film, and last but not the least its direction is all over the place, this one is a lost opportunity.

If you are a Sunny Deol fan, I would suggest, wait for this one to come on television and see it as it’s not worth spending a penny.

Rating: One Star

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