Yea Toh Two Much Ho gayaa: Film Review: Twice The Trouble, Half The Fun

Verdict: Yea Toh Two Much Ho Gayaa fails to keep the audience gripped despite a good star cast.
Under the banner of Trinity Films and MA Entertainment, Yea Toh Two Much Ho Gayaa is written and directed by Anwer Khan who makes his directorial debut with this one. The much-talked about movie with Jimmy Shergill playing a double role for the first time may not have an entirely fresh plot but has an interesting star cast where Arbaaz Khan plays the bad guy, Bruna Abdullah and Pooja Chopra the love interests of twin brothers (both played by Shergill) and Zarina Wahab, their mother.

hpse_fullsize__3416357551_jimmy in the stil from movie Yea Toh Two Much Ho Gayaa (2)_57ab3bd063fabThe story begins in Thailand with Tina (Bruna Abdullah) being harassed by Ricky, younger brother of the don Mak (Arbaaz Khan), who then gets brutally beaten up by her lover Mann (Jimmy Shergill). This leaves Mak furious who then sets out to seek revenge. After a lot of chasing and running, Tina and Mann's other friends suggest that he goes back to India to stay safe. Meanwhile in India, Mann's twin brother Mohan and his girlfriend Mina's (Pooja Chopra) perfect love story begins to fall apart when Mina's brother Chaudhary (Murli Sharma) decides to get her engaged to someone else. Mohan leaves for Thailand to look for his missing brother who ran away from home two years ago. Mak's army now mistakes Mohan to be Mann and kidnaps him while Mann in India is mistaken to be Mohan. Clearing the confusion is what the rest of the movie is about.
Both female leads look gorgeous. While Abdullah's acting skills just about make the cut, Chopra does a fairly decent job as Mina. Jimmy Shergill rarely disappoints, be it a single role or double. This time too, he single-handedly, makes the movie bearable till the very end. The disappointing part is not getting to see much of Arbaaz Khan and Zarina Wahab except for a few scenes here and there.
Switching between Thailand and India, the movie constantly gives us a desi-videsi flavor of cultures, which makes it slightly more entertaining. The locations chosen for the songs look great. The music however, is just about average.
Why You Should Watch This Movie:
This is one of the very few movies where Jimmy Shergill's character actually gets the girl in the end, which is a good reason to not miss it. The movie is a decent family-watch over the weekend with humorous bits appropriate for all audience.

Release Date: Sep 2, 201
Language: Hindi
Director: Anwer Khan
Cast & Crew: Jimmy Shergill, Arbaaz Khan, Pooja Chopra, Bruna Abdullah

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