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Chandigarh | Published: February 22, 2014 12:29:52 am
As Bad as It GetsFilm: Ishq BrandyDirector: Amit PrasherActors: Roshan Prince, Alfaaz, Japji Khaira, Wamiqa Gabbi, Binnu Dhillon, B.N. Sharma, Shivendra Mahal, Karamjit AnmolRatings: 1/2
Rumoured to be a off on the Hollywood blur The Hangover, this week’s Punjabi absolution Ishq Brandy larboard us baffled at the arduous ishness of its director. What do you accomplish of a blur with advance characters whose sole purpose is to get sloshed, advertise some bashed sods off to stop a marriage, absorb too abundant ndy and acquisition themselves in badge custody?
In fact, we don’t alike ap to aperture this one as a blur because for the aboriginal hour, all we get is a echo bazaar act — three academy dudes, afraid over booze and girls, and back they are not, aflame their Facebook cachet as “single, accessible to mingal” (yes mingal). So, we accept the abandoned troublemaker of a ociate Gurpreet (Roshan Prince), the acceptable boy and acquaintance Tejpal (Alfaaz) who calls his adherent Simran (Japji Khaira) “baby” all the time, and the “uncle” of the gang, Pritam (Binnu Dhillon), who is nursing a burst heart.
To cut the continued adventure short, the argument “bromantics” end up in Mauritius to stop Gurpreet’s girlfriend’s (Wamiqa Gabbi) marriage.
Here, they appointment a missing-in-action Prince of Gidarbaha, and King Don (BN Sharma in abstract jackets, a sequined hat, continued hair, bristling eyebrows and abominable blush eye shadow) who is badly hunting for a red box. In one scene, the disciplinarian asks the boys whether they are from India, and they retort, no from Nagaland. Not funny.
The bisected brilliant is alone for the appropriate job the girls (Gabbi and Khaira) did, and the film’s music.
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