Tabrez Khan (Akki) is a wanted criminal who calls himself Tees Maar Khan because he believes that he is the greatest con man alive. One certain Johri brothers who are Siamese twins hire TMK to rob a train that carries their loot. TMK decides to con an entire village into helping him rob the train. He organizes a film shoot in the village and hires a superstar (Akshaye Khanna) so that no one will suspect him. What follows is some mindless/ logic less sequence of events with TMK ultimately regaining his share of the loot.
The movie starts of with some witty humor but soon gets too slapstick. There are absolutely unnecessary songs in between. The Sallu song is unfathomable. The film almost becomes a spoof at times. A couple of jokes here and there tickle your funny bone but the rest of the movie is a torture. In the end it turns out to be neither a spoof nor a sensible comedy.
This is Vishal-Shekhar's 4th album in a short space of time and also their weakest. Only Sheila Ki Jawani stands out as a catchy number. The title track credit goes to Shirish Kunder. Apparently Sonu Nigam has sung it in 52 different voices which is the only reason this song becomes interesting to listen.
Akshay Kumar should take a break, his style of acting and comedy is getting too monotonous and repetitive. Katrina plays the role of a bimbette to perfection. She looks a million bucks as well and might be the sole reason why you want to watch this film. Raghu - Ram are funny initially but later on it gets too repetitive.
Shirish Kunder is credited for the story and screenplay and should take the blame to an extent as well. Farah Khan disappoints as a director mainly for her fans. Her detractors will always say, "I told you so."
Overall there should not be a reason for you to watch this one in my opinion. In the end it was a smart move by a certain Khan to opt out of this one.
Hate mindless comedies? Don't watch it even if you get a free ticket.
Farah Khan brand fan? you can watch Om Shanti Om again.
Choice for the weekend? Absolutely not.
Love slapstick? Go for it.
Repeat Value: It was pretty hard for me the first time around