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Chashme Baddoor Review

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Movie Reviews > Chashme Baddoor
Director David Dhawan 
Music Director Sajid, Wajid  
Cast Ali Zafar, Tapsee Pannu, Sonu Nigam, Rishi Kapoor, Juhi Chawla, Siddharth, Divyendu Sharma, Anupam Kher, Lilette Dubey, Bharti Achrekar, Ayaz Khan 


Its raining remakes! RANGREZZ. HIMMATWALA. Now CHASHME BADDOOR. Ive often been asked, is there a paucity of ideas in Bollywood? Why do dream merchants opt for remakes? Why not inventive concepts? Additionally, a lot of cineastes strongly feel classics should not be tampered with. For, rarely has a remake surpassed the original, in terms of content. In the process, those opting for remakes have lost credibility when comparisons are made...

Now David Dhawan steps into the revered territory with CHASHME BADDOOR, a film attempted by Sai Paranjpye more than three decades ago. CHASHME BADDOOR is loved for its simplistic plot, wittiness and slice of life realism. A story of three friends who fall in love with the same girl and the confusion that ensues... Sure, David borrows from the original, but the humor in his version is in your face, over the top, flamboyant... its simply wild, when you compare it with Sais version. Does it mean its more entertaining or a hodgepodge of the cult classic? Lets analyse...

CHASHME BADDOOR narrates the story of three friends [Ali Zafar, Siddharth, Divyendu Sharma], who attempt to woo the same girl [Taapsee Pannu]. While the girl sets her sights on one of the guys, the remaining two go on an overdrive to tear the love birds apart.

At the very outset, let me make it clear that Davids adaptation is shades different from Sais version. As different as chalk and cheese. As different as Rohit Shettys BOL BACHCHAN was from its original source, Hrishikesh Mukherjees GOL MAAL. Like I stated at the outset, this ones over the top, loud and very David Dhawanish, if one can use this terminology. But to give the credit where its due, its thoroughly engaging and entertaining.

David has made a career out of comedies and at a point of time, was referred to as the successor to Manmohan Desai thanks to the dollops of entertainment he offered in his movies. With CHASHME BADDOOR, David steps into the comfort zone yet again. Theres no denying that the humour he injects in this one is not aimed at the purists, but the spectator of today, who may not be as complaining purely because of the laughs and entertainment it has to offer.

Besides, David ensures that theres hardly any dull moment in the present-day adaptation. He executes the film with a certain ease, opting for amusing punch lines, wild situations and mad and crazy episodes. The game of one-upmanship that was evident in his earlier works, namely DEEWANA MASTANA [Anil Kapoor, Govinda fighting for Juhi Chawlas attention] and MUJHSE SHAADI KAROGE [Salman Khan, Akshay Kumars attempts to impress Priyanka Chopra] is very evident in CHASHME BADDOOR as well. The battle of wits is enjoyable for sure.

But there are times when certain episodes appear prolonged and the jokes fall flat. The intent of making you laugh does not come across as strongly in few portions. Besides, the soundtrack is absolutely in sync with the content, but the placement of songs could be more appropriate. However, the usage of popular songs in the flashback portions is refreshingly different.

Sajid-Farhads dialogue are aimed at evoking laughs and they serve the purpose. The one-liners, especially those delivered by Siddharth and Divyendu, are hilarious. Cinematography [Sanjay F. Gupta] captures the colourful setting well.

Now to the performances! Ali Zafar gives a wonderful account of himself as he lights up every sequence he features in. Siddharth does a complete turnaround from the roles he has portrayed in Hindi films [RANG DE BASANTI, STRIKER], handling his part with gusto. Divyendu Sharma, who debuted in PYAAR KA PUNCHNAMA, too does an about-turn this time. He slips into his part most effortlessly. Taapsee Pannu, who makes her debut in Hindi movies after acting in South Indian language movies, is vivacious and confident.

Rishi Kapoor gets a complete makeover in CHASHME BADDOOR and hes damn adorable in sequences with Lillete. Anupam Kher lets himself go completely and is absolutely wild in dual roles. Lillete Dubey is super, while Bharti Achrekar [as Taapsees grand-mom] is loveable. Ayaz Khan has nothing much to do.

On the whole, CHASHME BADDOOR encompasses the spirit of the original, but has been customised to entice the present-day spectators. An entertainer with dollops of humour and wild situations thrown in, this ones a laugh-riot that should not be missed!  

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