Movie: Son Of Sardaar

Cast: Ajay Devgn, Sonakshi Sinha, Sanjay Dutt, Juhi Chawla, Tanuja, Mukul Dev, Vindoo Dara Singh

Director: Ashwani Dhir

Rating:  Average

Story Line: The story in a nutshell is Sardar Jassi (Ajay Devgn) travels home to Punjab from the UK, to lay claim to his ancestral land. On the train journey there it is love-at-first-sight, with Sukh (Sonakshi Sinha), following which he ends up as a guest in her mad-house only to discover there is an old deadly family feud with his own, which requires his death too. The only safe option is to live-in with the enemy and the only safe haven staying within the four walls of their house, as whilst he is their ‘guest’ they will not touch him, but step outside and his life is on the line.

Thumbs Up: Love it or hate it, "Son Of Sardaar" is what a mainstream Hindi film is meant to be. A full-on masala-maar-ke action-comedy with dollops drama dripping from the edges like wet cheese in a tasty pizza. This is a film which is not just smarter than its character but also much more intelligent than it actually seems.

"Son Of Sardaar" is a rollicking rumbustious wild and wacky action-comedy. It's a spaghetti-western relocated to Punjab that would keep Devgn's fans regaled. Even if you are not a big fan of the typical potboiler this one makes you smile.

Thumbs Down: This is light comedy not meant for serious cinema lover who find logic in every shot.

Mindless comedy, put logic and sensibility aside and just enjoy the film.


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