Claps For: Leaving a few of our brain cells alive.
Slaps For: Existing.
Popcorn Refill: You might not want to return for the movie if you go out for any break!
The Story: *crickets chirping* what story?
P.S. We would like to take this opportunity to congratulate â€œwritersâ€ Akarsh Khurana, Adhir Bhatt, Robin Bhatt, and of course, Sajid Khan, for successfully creating a whole actual movie based off a pile of rags not fit to be used as toilet paper.
Performances: We can only admire Saif Ali Khan, Riteish Deshmukh and Ram Kapoor for their remarkable ability to withstand Sajid Khan's valiant efforts to humiliate them. Bipasha Basu, Esha Gupta and Tamannaah Bhatia were spot on in their roles as decorative props.
Direction: Sajid Khan does a great job of getting this masterpiece on the floor, off the editing desk, onto screens, and permanently burning the eyes and brains of unsuspecting audiences.
Music: Composed by Himesh Reshammiya, the music for Humshakals was surprisingly tolerable. It was excellent, in comparison to everything else.
The choreography, however, was complex enough for nursery kids in their first ever Annual Day performance. Mummy and Daddy must be so proud.
Combo on Offer: The truth is, we can rant however much we want about this movie. We can say it was a colossal waste of time and effort; on the cast and crew's part, under the great leadership of Sajid Khan and Vashu Bhagnani, and on the audience's part, to actually sit through all of it.
We can say it is an insult to film-makers and writers worldwide, especially to the poor souls to whom the movie is dedicated. We can denounce it for being trash all we want, but in the end, it is Sajid Khan who will have the last laugh. He'll be laughing all the way to the bank.
Our Verdict: We give the movie #Slaps for taking away two hours and forty minutes of our lives we'll never get back. We counted.
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