3 Bachelors is the story of two young bachelors and one young at heart bachelor. Amit and Jai land into trouble for teasing two girls on the very first day of their college because of which they lose their hostel room. Deepak is a professor who is made to love the Principal by these two. The story that follows shows Jai and A...more
3 Bachelors is the story of two young bachelors and one young at heart bachelor. Amit and Jai land into trouble for teasing two girls on the very first day of their college because of which they lose their hostel room. Deepak is a professor who is made to love the Principal by these two. The story that follows shows Jai and Amit doing all the crazy things to get an accommodation and their lovers. less
“Bad acting, an overused storyline and comedy that falls flat on its face. Skip 3 Bachelors it unless you have a taste for torture!”
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So on the heels of 3 Idiots and Ferrari Ki Sawari comes the oddly titled 3 Bachelors to cash-in on the newfound popularity of Sharman Joshi. I believe this was a movie Sharman did in his early days as a means to pay the rent and looks like the producers and distributors are trying to get some rent money for themselves by releasing the movie now after nearly a decade.
Two boys, Amit (Sharman Joshi) and Jai (Manish Nagpal) arrive in Mumbai to attend college and soon enough get into trouble with the principal and her two nieces, Neha (Raima Sen) and Nisha (Riya Sen). When they go house hunting, the only cheap accommodation they find is one where the broker is ready to lease it out to only married couples, thus Jai becomes Jaya, wife of Amit and their little ruse helps them acquire the accommodation. Soon enough they learn that their landlady is actually their principal and with romantic interludes not far away, her nieces arrive too. A comedy of errors is attempted and falls flat on its face, and dont blame the aged look and feel of the movie, this would have been down-right ridiculously bad a decade ago.
Nothing can save this movie, not the two pretty bong ladies out of which only one knows how to act, not Sharman Joshi, nothing. Being an old movie, the songs and dances are stuck in a different era altogether and as usual add nothing worthwhile to the proceedings other than only testing your endurance for visceral pain and torture.
Now for the good news, the movie actually ends at some point, if youll be able to survive the ordeal till the end is the real question. All the best for those brave souls who attempt it.