Ashokan (Mohanlal) goes on a trip to Nepal to meet his uncle (MS Thripunithura) who is settled there. To his surprise, his rival from his village Appukuttan (Jagathy) is already there impersonating him. He is unable to convince his uncle about the truth and gets kicked out of the house. While trying to find shelter he meets a young Nepalese boy (Sidharth Lama). Though they don't understand each others' language, they quickly form a bond. Meanwhile Ashokan is able to convince his cousin Aswathy (Madhubala) that Appukuttan is an imposter. Aswathy who is a student researching ancient Nepalese traditions realises that the young Nepalese boy is actually a Rimpoche, the spiritual leader of his tribe and is on the run from evil forces who want to banish him. Ashokan gets sucked in to the scenario unknowingly and ends up being the Rimpoche's protector.
Maxim D (br) wrote: The Good: Vikram Rathore's character and Akshay Kumar's performance as him. Very good choreography by Prabhu Deva. Although short and simple, it's a good story(Not the movie).The Bad: Shiva's character and Akshay Kumar's performance as him. Except, "Pritam Pyaare" no other song is catchy enough. Some action moves are over the top. Shiva's side-kick's character is badly written, casted and performed. Final action sequence is unsatisfying.The Ugly: You have to pay for it.
Jesus C (es) wrote: Terrible movie, but can still give a few laughs. The acting is lacking and so are the verbal jokes, they didn't put any effort on these, the only jokes that work are the slapstick and nonsense ones... and the movie doesn't manage to make them work at all because only like 3 actors manage to make you laugh.
Dan C (it) wrote: Fun thriller. Neat twist.
Jessamyn F (gb) wrote: Just loved this movie. for me it hit all the right nerves. Great on many levels.
Caleb C (us) wrote: being a huge Vincent Gallo fan, I couln't help but like this film in the end, even though it is littered with flaws and rom-com cliche's.
Noah B (mx) wrote: A worthy adapation of the novel, Huston does a good job of capturing the outlandish qualities and the clever statements that are found in the novel. This film is very surreal, odd, and obviously not for everyone. Still a interesting and good film.
Jeff Z (jp) wrote: Giant killer rabbits suddenly develop a taste for flesh and running in slow motion. Only the combined efforts of former "Star Trek" doctors McCoy (DeForest Kelley) and Piper (Paul Fix) can stop them, along with western stars Stuart Whitman and Rory Calhoun can hope to stop them. Added bonus: a Jerry Dunphy appearance as a newsman to make it all seem "more real" (though I'd love to know why there's a bowling ball on his newsdesk!). Played completely straight. I wonder who at MGM thought this was a good idea. Rated R for Ridiculous.
Beaver D (au) wrote: Like an episode of EastEnders meets last of the summer wine