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‘Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se’ Movie Review: The Deols fail to hit the bullseye with the third outing

Directed By: Navaniat Singh
Produced By: Pen India Limited
Cast: Dharmendra, Sunny Deol, Bobby Deol, Kriti Kharbandha, Johnny Lever, Shatrughan Sinha, Satish Kaushik
Duration: 2h 25m
Bollywood Bubble Rating: 2/5

The terrific trio- Dharmendra, Sunny Deol and Bobby Deol are back with the third installment of their comic craper ‘Yamla Pagla Deewana‘ . Directed by Navaniat Singh, the third take deviates from the plots of various parts and tells a fresh story. But is this fresh piece worth watching? Let’s find out.

Plot

‘Yamla Pagla Deewana: Phir Se’ fails to keep our eyes glued to the screens from the minute it commences. The initial 15 minutes revolves around the lives of Punjab mundes Pooran (Sunny), a Ved by profession , his brother and vella, Kaala (Bobby) and their fight with Marfatia, the owner of Marfatia Pharmaceuticals for a vajrvakavach that Pooran has.

Disappointing us with each passing minute, we meet Parmar (Dharmemdra), the tenant of Pooran and Kaala, who can see the angels unlike other humans. With few cliche dialogues here and there, comes Chickoo, a Gujarati chokri (Kriti Kharbandha) who ultimately becomes a part of their lives, only to ruin it later.

What follows in the latter half, but watch it at your own risk.

Performances

The Deols are back in action but fail to hit the bullseye this time. Sunny, Dharmemdra and Bobby are at their funniest best which also made us feel that they needed a good script to showcase their skills. Though their ardent fans will love their outing.

Kriti Kharbandha, who was last seen ‘Karwaan’, is beautiful on the screen but here again, the lady deserved a strong story to explore herself as an actress.

The friendly appearances of Salman Khan, Shatrughan Sinha and his daughter Sonakshi Sinha, Rekha, Satish Kaushik, can be called as one of the saving grace of this no brainer.

Direction and Cinematography

Navaniat Singh, the man behind the third take featuring the Deols, does justice to his work so does the cinematographer Jitan Harmeet Singh.

Music

‘Little Little’, ‘Nazarbattu’ and ‘Rafta Rafta’, make for good numbers to groove to. On the whole, the music by D Soldierz, Sachet Parampara and Vishal Mishra is average.

What’s Good

The Deols

Music

What’s Bad

Poor Dialogues

Weak Script

Final Verdict

Go with a fresh mind to watch a story which doesn’t require you to rack your brain. The ones who wishes to reminisce their good old days with Deols, can catch it for sure. Rest, watch it at your own risk.

Watch the trailer here:

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