Friday, October 22, 2010

Jhootha Hi Sahi review: John and Pakhi rock in the comedy flick

Jhootha Hi Sahi review: John and Pakhi rock in the comedy flick. Jhootha Hi Sahi is a comedy flick of John Abraham and Pakhi. The movie directed by Abbas Tyrewala released today in all theaters and multiplexes across the country is sure to get massive response.

There haven't been many comedy films of late and people are dying to see some good comedy films to enjoy during the festival seasons.

John (Siddharth) plays the character of a simple Indian man who runs a book store in London with his friend Omar (Raghu Ram). Mishika (Pakhi) after break up with her ex-boyfriend played by R Madhavan, (Kabir) tried to commit suicide.

Siddharth gets connected with the suicide helpline numbers and starts receiving calls by unhappy people who want to end their lives. Mishika calls him for the counseling and subsequently they become phone friends. Siddharth met her who knows Mishika is his phone friend. Both fall in love with each other.

But critics say that there is no excitement and fun in the movie. It has some similarities with previous releases Na Tum Jano Na Hum and Dil Hi Dil Mein. The storyline is not unique and actress fails to impress audience.

Prashant Chawla, Omar Khan, George Young, Alishka Varde, Anaitha Nair, and Manasi Scott are other character in the film.

R. Madhavan and Nandana Sen are in guest appearance. The story is written by Pakhi and Music is composed by AR Rahman which is average. ‘Cry cry’, ‘Maiya yashoda’ and ‘Do nishaaniyan’ are good songs.


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