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Directed by – Navaniat Singh
Produced by – Kamayani Punia Sharma, Aarushi Malhotra
Starring – Dharmendra, Sunny Deol, Bobby Deol, Kriti Kharbanda, Binnu Dhillon, Asrani, Satish Kaushik
What’s the plot? Indeed, attempting best to string together the scattered pieces, here’s the means by which it goes – Vaidya Puran (Sunny Deol) is an Ayurveda professional whose prized ownership is an enchantment equation called Vajra Kawach, which was designed by his ancestors. A remedy for pimples to impotency, the prescription before long gets the attention of a pharma mammoth who needs to accomplish the equation by snare or law breaker. All things considered, Puran isn’t only a purush, he’s a mahapurush! It’s not just about treating patients; he can put even a Superman to disgrace by ceasing a speeding truck with his uncovered hands and expedite a tremor the ground when he beats the goons to pump.
Puran’s sibling Kaala (Bobby Deol) is a 40-year-old single man who longs for a high life in Canada and is paying special mind to his fantasy young lady. Last however not the minimum, finishing the trio is their occupant Jayant Parmar (Dharmendra), an ostentatious attorney who plays with nonexistent pixies and rides a bike with sidecar conveying a Karwaan music box.
The Yamla, Pagla and Deewana join for a reason after Chikoo (Kriti Kharbanda), a MBBS understudy enters their lives.
In 2011, the Deols ticked our clever bone with Yamla Pagla Deewana. It’s continuation, Yamla Pagla Deewana 2 ended up being a film industry failure. Also, now, the third movie in the establishment with another executive Navaniat Singh does just the same old thing new to inspire. Toss it some Punjab, bigot jokes, generalizations, filler tunes, dishoom-dishoom and voila, you get Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se.
With a messy composition and characters lessened to cardboard exaggerations, Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se fails miserably. The main redeeming quality is Salman Khan’s appearance before the end-credits and the Rafta variety, yet at that point, the ship has officially sunk.
Going to the demonstrations, it’s grievous to watch veterans like Dharmendra and Shatrughan Sinha being subjected to such joke. The previous acquires some appeal, yet it gradually loses its sheen; point the finger at it on the beginner composing and course. Bright Deol does what he specializes in. Be that as it may, where’s the dialoguebaazi, chief saab? Bobby Deol sounds more like a child with seething hormones. Kriti Kharbanda looks pretty, however barely gets minutes to feature her acting slashes.
Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se is only a yawn-fest. While it feels great to see the Deols rejoin on-screen, the trio are let around frightful composition and a messy heading. I am running with 2 stars.