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Boman Irani, Vir Das, Johnny Lever, Sanjay Mishra,Vijay Raaz, Ram Kapoor, Tinnu Anand, Vrajesh Hirjee, Ranjeet and an entire buffet of natural appearances are taken to Fiji to play RAW specialists and convicts pursuing ghastly jokes that are not interesting by any means. Actually they are so unfunny, there were individuals wheezing through the screening. Had it been less cacaphonic, I too would have nodded off.
To include visual alleviation, there’s Neha Dhupia and Lisa Hayden. Presently both are fairly appealing women, however they too did not ask the closet individual for what good reason they were both made to wear calfskin in Fiji.
Talking about Fiji, the unimaginably delightful islands are the place the activity is set. Be that as it may, the story is so faltering, you needed to toss something more significant than popcorn on the screen. The Indian High Commissioner is absent and RAW should unravel the ‘case’. The supervisor Tinnu Anand is so boisterous and vulgar that the man who should head the case (Vijay Raaz) chooses to pick two irregular outsiders just to turn the tables on his manager.
Santa Clause and Banta touch base in Fiji and are met by operators more moronic than what you could envision. There’s a Nepali Don (Johnny Lever) who needs to execute Santa and Banta. Why? Nobody cares. Since 30 minutes into the motion picture you have been attacked by terrible jokes, as well as liveliness too. The whole film has been shot at the lodging the cast likely stayed in yet the monetary allowance is by all accounts boundless. There are helicopters and little plane, and rides in a souped up motorbike.
At that point there’s the miscreant called Sonu Sultan. Furthermore, since there are no fat jokes to be made for Ram Kapoor who fills the role, they make jokes with the name: What is your name? Tipu Sultan? Salim Suleiman, Razia Sultan, Rehana Sultan, Sonu Nigam, Sonu Walia, Sonu Sood…Hope the Kraken are discharged and they swallow this immense slip-up for the sake of the films!
Review By Adi