Happy New Year is an ultimate recipe, which needs to be gulped with immense pleasure. One thing, which is clear and is quite obvious that had it not been the king of entertainment Shah Rukh Khan, the movie would not have been that easier to standby.
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But it’s not that Shah Rukh Khan is all over whom Farah Khan entirely depends on. The director’s offering carries that essence, which quite fulfils our requirement of getting entertained with other few reasons. Robbery has been an integral plot found recently in most of our Khans’ movies. After Aamir Khan in Dhoom 3, Salman Khan in Kick, not to forget Hrithik Roshan in Bang Bang and now it’s Shah Rukh Khan in Happy New Year.
Uncomparatively, Happy New Year has different situation and different approach to make that robbery happen. Charlie (Shah Rukh Khan) builds up a team for World dance Championship in Dubai.
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We come across Nandu Bhide (Abhishek Bachchan), Mohini Joshi (Deepika Padukone), Jagmohan Prakash (Sonu Sood), Temhton Irani (Boman Irani), Rohan Singh (Vivaan Shah) with their unusual qualities.
They team up together but their unsuccessful attempt brings them to a jackpot, which needs to be looted and is owned by Charan Grover (Jackie Shroff). So, will they be successful? That you would have to find it out yourself. What one could expect from Farah Khan in Happy New Year is the element of surprises, which keeps popping up every second sequence and that helps in sidelining the illogical things, however there aren’t many this time.
The jokes are cynical and satirical and also allow its characters to self mock, a little stupid but enough to bring smiles on our faces. Watching through this over three hours entertainment, we are recalled of Farah’s signature direction alongside replication of few scenes.
We won’t reveal it as that would soar your taste a bit and allow you to discover that by yourself. Capitalising over the superhit jodi of Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone, Farah paints epic romance between the two in the movie, which is one of the vital features you’ll love to cherish yet again. Despite its three hours long drama, the movie rarely bores you with these two romancing while Abhishek, Boman, Sonu and Vivaan giving an impeccable contribution in fun.
The action sequences have been worked upon and once set it is deemed to give you goosebumps. Performances of all creates a massive impact .
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As said before Shah Rukh Khan’s screen presence is a major relief for us. He is the one who could carry off any messy script, however, in this movie he gets a good support and with it he is once again brilliant.
Deepika Padukone yet again proves that she could fit in any role given and is here to stay for long. Abhishek Bachchan in comedy roles is getting perfection. We have seen him in Bol Bachchan and in this too he gives a good performance. Boman Irani plays his part well. Sonu Sood with a combo of brilliant physic and acting, gives a great performance.
Debutant Vivaan Shah doesn’t let himself go overshadowed by the likes of big actors standing with him. He is good. Music by VIshal-Shekhar is brilliant. Songs like Lovely, Indiawaale, Mawaa Laage have already created massive buzz on the music charts and in the movie those alongside others are a treat to watch.