After killing his mentor, a gangster comes into power to rule over Mumbai. In the process he falls for an aspiring actress, nevertheless he finds that his protege has fallen for her too which leads to enmity between them.
Akhil (Akshay Kumar) finds out that he is the heir of 3000 crore rupees as he and his mother were abandoned by his diamond baron father (Panna Laal Johari) who is now dead. However, his life goes Topsy-turvy when he learns that the empire goes to entertainment (a dog).Written by
Before the bloopers, the music video of the song "Veere Di Wedding" plays, which shows further scenes: Wedding of Both Akhil and Entertainment, Akhil and Entertainment with their Kids and Puppies, Akhil and Dogs watching Sholay (1975) in a hall. See more »
1.5/5 Perhaps I had a subconscious desire to torture my inner being. If that was so, I have succeeded spectacularly. I don't remember the last time I watched an Akshay Kumar(AK) movie. But, after enduring his brand of "Entertainment" , I know that I will not be subjecting myself to his brand of juvenile antics ever, in this life time or the next. My already low expectations were deadened within the first two minutes which show a morbidly obese AK thrusting his nipple into the mouth of a wailing child. Yeah, you read that right. The humor is low brow and crass. However, with some "so bad it's good" one liners in the first half, the film gallops along. Sitting through the second half was like trying to laugh with a mouth full of broken glass. The mindless script becomes maudlin and the sporafic fun vanishes. It is a torture, full of clichés. Sonu Sood and Prakash Raj play the loving brothers, Karan and Arjun, who throw a spanner in AK's wheels. Sood actually does a good job of playing the dimwitted younger brother and their banter in the first half brought smile to my visage. Tamanna should be prepared for the second dud of her career after the disaster of "Himmatwala". All she does is stand in a saree or a sarong and mouth dialogues mocking Balaji serials. Her act gets old in the very first shot which speaks volumes about her acting capabilities. AK should be asked to see his previous ten movies. He looks and acts the same in all the same, as far as I could glean from their trailers. He really needs to stop being a part of such shite as early as possible or else the curtains can come down really soon on his career. The real villain of the movie is the bloody script. Majority of Its dialogues rhyme like the cult classic Gunda. I just wish they were half as funny as that once in a lifetime experience.
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