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Tees Maar Khan

Tees Maar Khan

24 Dec, 2010
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Only once in a blue moon is such a great criminal born who is fearless as well as shameless! Now is the blue moon and the great criminal is Tees Maar Khan. He steals, cons and cheats all with such alarming audacity that even shame shies away from him! He and his gang comprising of Dollar, Soda and Burger have managed to keep the police, world over, on their toes. Then one fine day international antique smugglers, the Johri Brothers, assign Tees Maar Khan the biggest con job of his life! He must rob antiques worth 500 crore rupees from a heavily guarded moving train! Will Khan and his merry gang, with some unwitting support from his wannabe-actress girlfriend, Anya, and a greedy Bollywood superstar be able to pull off the greatest heist in history?
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Every scene is a loud announcement. Tees Maar Khan locks out a planes cockpit, loots a bank. tails headless ghost in the jungle. At some moment, you just go, Peace out, Khan! Because most jokes fall flat. Except when directed at Bollywood itself. So heres the first thing the furiously feted Farah of the fine Om Shanti Om fame has rewardingly brought to the fable: A bitchy kind of inane love for people who work in Mumbai movies, their friends or foes, hopefully in the theatre. Such surprise, no? ...Read full review
Farah Khan`s films carry her unmistakable stamp of crazy humour, full-on entertainment and a deep emotional connect. They stand apart because of the way she combines the storyline with fine packaging and all-round gags. With Tees Maar Khan, Farah treads a new path as this time she relies mainly on the screenplay. ...Read full review
One day, international antique smugglers, the conjoined Johri brothers (Raghu Ram and Rajiv Laxman) assign him a task to rob antiques worth 500 crore rupees from a heavily guarded moving train. Is he able to carry off this humongous heist is what ensues. ...Read full review
Despite several staggeringly silly set pieces - including a sequence in an airplane in which `Tees Maar Khan` escapes from the clutches of two police officers - the films first hour races by briskly thanks to breakneck pacing, and at least two energetically choreographed dance numbers. But by the time youve settled into your seat post intermission, the screenplay begins to come apart. Tees Maar Khan`, surprisingly, doesnt match up to the standards set by Farah Khan with her previously directed films. Even if you go in willing to suspend your disbelief, `Tees Maar Khan` is not an easy film to enjoy. Akshay Kumar works very hard to make the buffoonery look like fun, but hes saddled with such poor material, its no surprise it doesnt work. ...Read full review