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The clueless PK (Aamir Khan) seems out-of-sorts and confused.

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We meet Aliya Raj (Shenaz Treasurywala) - a hotshot Bollywood casting director - doing yoga by the beach and introducing herself as "not your girl next door". Brand conscious ("I work bloody hard for my Louis Vuitton"), finicky about everything, and a lover of all things picture-perfect, her most annoying habit yet is speaking out all these qualities to the audience within the first ten minutes. As we're getting all this down, we're given a lowdown on her friends in order of name, profession, and that one defining quality.

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After a host of sports films about cricket, athletics, hockey and boxing, comes a film about the humble, traditional kabaddi. Good news, except the otherwise sweet film has been weighed down by cliches and an overdose of sentimentality.

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A tiny apartment, two roomies-men who still think they're boys- trying to write the next Hindi blockbuster, struggle to pay the rent, trying to score with the next cute girl. This may sound like a generalization, but it's a reasonably accurate representation of a large populace of film industry strugglers that stretches between Lokhandwala and Versova in Mumbai's Andheri West area.

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The film is worth a watch strictly for the cast and the songs. That’s if you’re willing to endure the unbelievably long and violent film for that. Clearly, Prabhu Dheva (Wanted, R…Rajkumar, Rowdy Rathore) is in no mood to let go of the stale Bollywood formula. And as the audience, you can either play along or move on!

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The film begins with a Sufi song featuring an over-enthusiastic Sukhwinder Singh (he really ought to stick to singing) and Hrishitta Bhatt doing Bollywood's version of a folk dance

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Here is the concept of corruption confused with crime and a myriad other issues plaguing our country, served up junk-food style with stale fries on the side. Or you could call it the simplistic and delusional version of Rang De Basanti, inspired as it is by the same theme.

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Here's the thing. Everyone loves a good spoof, and our industry's unchanging ways could use a good-natured spanking in the form of a biting satire. It's great to be irreverent and poke fun at cliches, but not if you're going to cop-out and give us the same worn-out stuff!

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This is one of those films - cool title, cooler actors, splendid visuals, a few smart-alecky lines and repackaging of cliches.

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If you've seen the original (Basu Chatterjee's 1982 Shaukeen), you'll barely be able to sit through this one.

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