MBKD is a quirky romantic comedy set in the world of the upper middle class in Northern India. Kush Agnihotri is looking for a bride for his brother Luv Agnihotri who stays in London. In his quest, Kush goes through an array of wacky encounters with several families until he finds that perfect girl in Dimple Dixit, the crazie...more
MBKD is a quirky romantic comedy set in the world of the upper middle class in Northern India. Kush Agnihotri is looking for a bride for his brother Luv Agnihotri who stays in London. In his quest, Kush goes through an array of wacky encounters with several families until he finds that perfect girl in Dimple Dixit, the craziest and the wackiest girl he has ever known. Soon after everything gets fixed, Kush falls in love with Dimple, his brothers dulhan. less
“A typical Yash Raj film full of stars, drama, songs and dance sequences! The film doesn't start off well but the performances by its lead star cast make it a decent entertainer.”
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Someone (who was obviously racist) once said that Beautiful people should rule the world. At the risk of sounding alarmingly similar, I would say that they should, and are certainly ruling Bollywood.
When you put Katrina Kaif, Ali Zafar and Imran Khan onscreen, people are bound to watch. A lot of flaws in the dialogue delivery and the treatment get sidelined as your mind makes you believe that beautiful people like these can never put a step out of place.
With this premise, I can say that MBKD was sufficiently entertaining, and a visual treat as well. The film acts as a recap of everything you have been seeing since Mughal-E-Azam to Jab We Met via Sholay. And it clearly belongs to Katrina, who sings, dances and acts like a brat endearing herself to half the audience (guess which half). Katrina as Dimple is every man's ultimate fantasy: she carries Beer cans in her jhola, smokes beedis, hooks up Electric Guitars, croons in Punjabi and looks ravishingly beautiful all at the same time.
About the heroes: Imran Khan goes back to his sissy attitude from Break K Baad, while Ali Zafar is clearly a much better singer than an actor. The guy who plays Imran's friend (who portrayed Manu Sharma in No One killed Jessica) gets a decent role and does justice to it too.
The movie starts off with a few inane dialogues delivered insipidly, but picks up pace (somewhat like the sputtering old scooter used in the film). The songs are fun to watch but not much to listen, and the Taj Mahal is used excessively: looks like the Producers got bulk shooting rights for a discount and didnt want to waste them.
The film is not outrageously hilarious, but produces sufficient laughs-per-minute to warrant an outing to the Cinema Hall. And if the humor proves to be insufficient, like I said earlier - there's enough eye candy for everybody !