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First things first, the film is nowhere as exotic as its title. We've all been to buffets where the food looks more enticing than it tastes; this is the cinematic version of that. Apart from that, the film is unclear on its own take on the issues it touches upon. It's disappointing when a film isn't sure of what it has to say.

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An uptight royal home that runs on overwhelming discipline, and a free-spirited person that comes in to upset the apple cart. What's not to like, right?

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They all cram inside the rundown car, all of them. Just like in the film. So when they set out for a road trip together

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It's rare to see a biopic about a person who is still young and rocking - most tend to relive a faded legend's past.

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It's rare to see a biopic about a person who is still young and rocking - most tend to relive a faded legend's past.

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The street-smart stubbly villain, the beautiful yet inconsequential heroine, the don-type antagonist, story set in Cape Town

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To appreciate the film, you must first forgive its title. Even if it's inspired by the famous words written for Rani Laxmibai, it seems like it's egging women to "be like men" to overcome crisis, and that adjective is a compliment to our central protagonist Shivani (Rani Mukerji), a Crime Branch cop. But it's actually talking about a more 'yin-yang within each person' perspective (I hope).

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Bajirao Singham is back and this time, he's posted in mean Mumbai. Attempts to bribe this super-cop are met with a teacher-like "what am I going to do with him" expression and finished with an ear-splitting slap.

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What happens when a man working three jobs to sustain his hospitalized father and unable to win over his girlfriend's greedy dad, suddenly comes into inherited money?

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The film is built around an interesting concept, sadly marred by a worn-out story. The idea of a central character, a genius of sorts, always looking for a “kick” is immediately arresting. For that kick, Devil Lal Singh (Salman) doesn’t mind being chased around by sword-wielding ruffians, taking on local MLAs, fighting off molesters etcetera.

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