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28 Jul, 2017
2 hrs 36 mins
73,385 votes
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Karan and Charan are identical twins who through a twist of fate end up becoming cousins. One brought up in Chandigarh and the other in London, they are as different as brothers can be.

The fun starts when their families start searching for a bride for them, unknown to the fact that they already have girlfriends. Will their genius uncle, Kartar be able to get them out of this mess or create more confusion?

Watch the madness unfold this monsoon. It's time to meet the craziest family in town! It's MUBARAKAN time!
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Verdict: A quintessential Bollywood comedy that cracks you up. Anees Bazmee is known for his comedy movies that surround the set-up of a marriage, and this film is another feather in that cap. Through Mubarakan, he undoubtedly gave Bollywood fans their first family entertainer of the year. And like his previous movies, this one too []... ...Read full review
Mubarakan proves convincingly that comedies need not always be about slapstick, that there is more to comedy films than vulgar gestures and crass jokes. ...Read full review
Giving away too much will spoil the fun that you`re meant to have watching this. So you just have to go through this garrulous, laugh-out-loud affair with the usual patience and perhaps even some perseverance that you usually reserve for Bollywood comedies such as this one. ...Read full review
While the film is largely hilarious and can leave you in splits, some elements and dialogues like Iss baar Christmas 25 ko hai? and Yeh mooli maamuli nehi hai disappoints. Having the British house help talk in Punjabi is not funny. Rahul Dev, who plays Binkle`s father, is absolutely wasted in the plot and roping in Karan Kundra as her brother was a bad idea. Continuing Bazmee`s formulaic mix, `Mubarakan` is perfect film for a family weekend. The music goes hand in hand with the film. It is indeed paisa vasool and a fun watch. ...Read full review
Anil Kapoor powers the comedy in Anees Bazmees Mubarakan. He leads the pack that includes nephew Arjun Kapoor in a double role. ...Read full review
The film leaves you feeling good and happy. An enjoyable weekend watch with kids. ...Read full review
Fortunately, the humour does not degenerate to crass double entendres. Family entertainment is clearly at the core and Mubarakan manages to deliver enough laughs. ...Read full review
The film is generally puerile, occasionally fun, and always unabashedly over the top. ...Read full review
"Mubarakan" starts with a deadly car crash. And many would argue that it ends leaving you feeling like you were in it. Okay, maybe that`s too harsh. Because I`ll admit this movie is not as bad as a lot of Anees Bazmee`s previous films. But hey, that`s like saying getting kicked in the testicles is better than losing your right thumb. It`s not a lot of fun. ...Read full review
If someone were to go around conducting a community-wise survey to unearth the reasons why families do pakki-kutti with their loved ones, Punjabis would stand tall for having the most epic quarrels and enmity over the most trivial things. Surveyors would also find that most of these tiffs are located in some matrimonial scenario. ...Read full review