…..and Akshay does it again. After the super duper blockbusters Housefull, Khatta Meetha and Action Replayy, Akshay Kumar delivers another sterling performance in Tees Maar Khan. A performance that can only make you CRY and if you are good at it LAUGH AT YOURSELF since people like me have the guts to get disappointed and yet go and watch his movies one after the other!
After this performance all I can say is that…Akshay Sir…if this continues then…“Tavaif ki lut ti izzat shayad bach jaye….par aapki nai bachegi”
While there is no story but I’ll still take the risk to and write a little about it… Akshay is the greatest conman ever and is roped in by two gangsters Johri Brothers played by famous twin coupleRaghu and Rajiv to rob the Indian treasure their ‘Bharat ka Khazana’ which is worth 500 crore and weighs 10000 kg. TMK revolves around Bharat ka Khazana where a whole bunch of idiots are doing nothing less than irritating the hell out of audience. All in all, it’s a lose plot where everyone’s running for no one’s business. It adds to the list of baseless comedies of Akshay Kumar.
A suggestion for Farah – Main Hoon Naa and Om Shanti Om worked because, firstly there was a convincing story [100 percent more sense than TMK] and secondly, it had King Khan. Unfortunately, TMK has none of them.
The music by Vishal-Shekhar is good especially the title track by Sonu Nigam [music by Shirish Kunder] and Shiela ki Jawani.
Now the best part, the performances – Akshay Kumar is at his ‘Juvenile’ best and his irritating act has had a rub-off on Katrina who tries to match Akshay by being equally irritating in the limited scope she gets. Akshay’s chelas do well to eat audience’s head by doing ridiculous stuff and so do Raghu and Rajiv. Arya Babbar is bad in his act as a village inspector. The only person who does well is Akshaye Khanna, he fits into his character and gives us a laugh or two!
On the whole, TMK is a king-sized disappointment and a very sad end to the year… watch it at Your OWN RISK!
Rating – 1/5