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"Life time achievement" award goes to...

...Sohail and Salman Khan for delivering 'quality products' like this one consistently. Main aur Mrs Khanna was so good that you would not have been able to distinguish the expression on my face for those two hours from that of a random dead body.

The obvious questions which must have arisen in you head would be:

1) What the hell was I doing inside a theatre with the well positioned warning sign which read "Sohail Khan Productions-ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK")

2) Am I tired of life and was this an unsuccessful suicide attempt?

The answer is that I went to watch this one out of desperation. In the last 2 and a half months in this city the only movies which I have seen are Love Aaj Kal and Kaminey. I missed Wake Up Sid as I failed to get tickets last Sunday and unfortunately it is not running as it had to make way for the 3 great releases this week Blue, All The Best and Main aur Mrs Khanna. I had already received a very 'positive' review of Blue from my buddy so I dropped that out of my list. So, the choice was tough (just like deciding which way to choose for killing self) and I came up with a very logical way to decide. I counted the number of actors in both the movies and the one with lesser number of torture-inflicting-people won. I though it was a smart choice, but it turned out to be the other way.

I almost died of embarrassment when I bumped into somebody I know just outside the theatre. We looked at each other and smiled and in an unspoken manner promised each other that we would keep secret, our whereabouts on 18th October 2009 Sunday afternoon, from the world.


kate said…
That was hilarious, stabs. My sympathies. I stay away from all Khan brothers home productions.
Koffee beanzz said…
btw..of the lot, All the Best has got the best reviews :P
Angika said…
Hahaha! This one made me laugh, Shazia :D
JC said…
i started watching this yesterday but closed the window in 5 minutes, then started all the best, its too good...wrong decision stranger...
Nice post with a pinch of suspense! Keep doing the miracles!!
Mayuri said…
Loved the sarcasm dear. :)

Usually, I get that from you in Hindi :D

Angrezi mein padhke accha laga :)

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