So I dont think the time, effort & agony that has gone into
a)Watching this film &
b)Writing this review
will be of any use because no one will & should watch Diskiyaoon (with the absurd spelling).
Either ways, I'll give you some info. Our boy Vicky has a father who's non-violent. This doesnt go down too well with the son who would rather be a Gangster because he insipred by a guy called Mota Tony. So then he sets off on this ambitious journey which is told to us through a story being narrated to Sunny "dhai kilo ka haath" Deol. From time to time, acton sequences are thrown in & there is enough masala dialogue for the average movie watcher, who in this case wont be in the hall.
To be fair, Harman Baweja looks great & is a decent actor as well. In a time where many random names are thriving, this boy has just gotten unlucky. Sunny Deol is random & Prashant Narayan is brilliant.
I also really enjoyed the dialogues of this film, which are peppered with corny one-liners, few of which I would surely use to irritate people.
To sum it up, if you are reading this specific review, I feel for you. Ofcourse its ironical that the man who saw this film could feel bad for anyone else, but you get the drift. No way can I reccomend this to any human being, even on television.
The film is so bad that even the sexy Shilpa Shetty doing an item number went wrong!view less