Khiladi 786 movie Review
Akshay Kumar who last seen in the blockbuster film Rowdy Rathore (2012) is eventually yet again emerges as Khiladi for his new movie Khiladi 786 movie and here below is the movie Review, the film also starring Asin as the female lead role while Himesh Reshammiya is seen in a cameo. Khiladi 786 will give enough laughs in the theatre, though it won’t be memorable any time after that. Singer cum music director Himesh Reshammiya comes up with an entirely unoriginal story.
Khiladi786 entire plot looked lifted from Welcome, with just a few touch ups. The good part of the movie is that the Kunal Bakshi’s screenplay and Bunty Rathore’s dialogues. The lines are funny and will keep your mouth wide opne with laugh throughout the film.
Akshay Kumar did’t gets the much life to act as Tihattar Singh but he does satisfactorily well. Asin is hot and played hard to play the gangster’s sister. She reprises her role as the eloped bride after Ready. Another poor part of the flick is that Himesh for his attempt at acting (again) as the astonishingly wedding planner. Sanjay Mishra very talented and played well as Jeevanlal.
Mithun Chakraborty good in the role of Tatya very well but his moustache looks too odd! Mukesh Tiwari is tough as a cop. Director Ashish Mohan neatly directed the over-the-top action scenes and flipping cars. Himesh as music director delivered good music with rustic drums and trendy disco songs. Attar Singh’s cinematography is colorful. All in all, Khiladi 786 is an average comedy action film.
Khiladi 786 movie rating: Average – 2.5/5
Khiladi 786 movie cast and crew – Akshay Kumar, Himesh Reshammiya, Asin Thottumkal , Mithun Chakraborty and Directed by Ashish R Mohan.
Khiladi 786 movie Story
Akshay Kumar, Asin Thottumkal starrer ‘Khiladi 786′ hits the big screens today – Friday, December 7. Bollywood Khiladi Akshay Kumar returns with the title ‘Khiladi 786′ featuring a hero as cop with super powers, a lachar villian, a runaway bride, an item song, funny dialogues. Akshay Kumar as Bahattar Singh a strong Punjabi man, avatar as a cop and helps the cops in Punjab police catch smuggled goods. His dad- Sattar Singh palyed by Raj Babbar and Uncle Ekhattar Singh played by Mukesh Rishi have been doing the same.
These Punjabi men run a akhada (wrestling arena) in their backyard. But no girl is looking to get married into their family. Bahattar’s mother is a Canadian, grandmother a South African and aunt a Chinese. Mansukh played by Himesh Reshammiya and Champaklal played by Manoj Joshi are the sons of a marriage bureau owner played by Paresh Rawal and have failed and eventualy looks to help their father in the family business. But, all the marriages they fix lead a break-up before the marriages. Watch out the interesting story in the theater now!