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Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se

Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se

31 Aug, 2018
2 hrs 28 mins
9,025 votes
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Inheriting from the ancestors, the legacy of the Ayurveda panacea 'Vajrakavach', a famed and effective remedy for all ills, the brother duo Pooran and Kaala use the kavach with varied intentions. While Pooran who is good-hearted puts in use his heritage to help people, Kaala looks out for his interest in money. Parmar, an erstwhile Casanova and a colorful character who is also a sharp and intelligent lawyer of repute, is the paying guest in the brothers' house. He is a thorn in Kaala's side, as he is paying the same rent for 35 years, that is of 125 rupees. Adding to the Punjabi mix, Chikoo is a pretty Gujarati girl, who steals Kaala's heart and brings a sinister twist to the tale.
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Verdict: A laughter ride with the Deol Family, for your entire family. After a gap of five long years, the three Deols have again come together for the third installment of their action-comedy movie franchise Yamla Pagla Deewana. With a totally different storyline this time, they promise to get back all the laughter with Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se. What`s Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se About: The mo... ...Read full review
After two hours and twenty seven minutes one can only hope YPD3 is the finale in Deols series of buffoonery. What`s certain is that their enthusiasm and humour is now tiring. ...Read full review
Overall, `YPD 3` sure bears the hallmarks of a loud comedy, but loses much of its steam in the second half and culminates into a predictable climax. If youre a diehard Deol fan, were sure youll find a reason to watch this film. ...Read full review
It was heartbreaking to see a talent like Dharmendra being treated so shabbily on screen. A charming personality like him loses track thanks to the way his character shapes up. Halfway into the film, he is lost and I do not even want to talk about both Sunny and Bobby. ...Read full review
The film stretches itself too thin by stuffing all kinds of `masalas` in the narrative. Despite that the jokes fall flat and the acting, though consistently okay, stop being funny. Director Navaniat Singh tries to use every trick seen before in other wacky comedies but he fails to create any magic here. The screenplay is lacklustre and the narrative is bombarded with too many unnecessary songs. At over two hours long, the film bogs down during some repetitive, too-similar gags, and especially during the sentimental moments. Toward the end some of those scenes even feel tacked-on, and slow the pace way down. The viewer gets pulled out of the film`s momentum so quickly that you realise that the otherwise good ensemble is also kind of bored performing the generic buffoonery. ...Read full review