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Thursday, December 23, 2010

No Problem: No Brainer

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Anees Bazmee had clearly announced with “Singh Is Kinng” (SIK) and “Welcome” that the brain is an optional (and possibly irritating) faculty for enjoying his light comic fare on the silver screen. “No Problem” turns out to be a watered down version of “Singh Is Kinng” – the same illogical jumps from one exotic location to another and a similar brand of silliness. But while SIK was slick and “Welcome” had some hilarious performances from Anil Kapoor and Nana Patekar, “No Problem” has most of its problems in the performance department. Kangana Ranaut is non existent, Akshaye Khanna is wasted, Sushmita Sen does herself no justice and Sanjay Dutt miserably fails with his comic timing which so wonderfully fell in place in the “Munnabhai” series. The only redeeming factors are Anil Kapoor as the bumbling cop and Paresh Rawal as the banker who has been robbed by Yash (Sanjay Dutt) and Raj (Akshaye Khanna). The first half of the film takes terribly long to build up the story and while there are some nice and funny moments in the second half, the rest of the film has a jaded look to it. Even discounting for the silly performance of Suniel Shetty as the villain, and the plot holes you will still only get very few laughs out of the movie. The music does nothing to lift the mood. “No Problem” would have been a breezy entertainer if only it were a bit funnier.

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