Mubarakan is comedy Movie with some Funny dialog, Karan and Charan are identical twins who through a twist of fate end up becoming cousins. One brought up in London and the other in Chandigarh The fun starts when their families start searching for a wife for them unknown to the fact that they already have girlfriends.performance wise Anil Kapoor is great and Arjun's Kapoor work is average.
|Stars:||Anil Kapoor, Ileana D'Cruz, Arjun Kapoor|
|Writer:||Rajesh Chawla, Balwinder Singh Janjua|
|Release Date:||28-Jul-2017, India|
|Overall Ratings:||/ 5|
Who wouldn’t want to indulge in light humor over the weekend? If you want to skip the serious political drama and science fiction, and engage in some good comedy movie, book your tickets for ‘Mubarakan’. The Bollywood comedy will leave you in splits as it unfolds the story of two identical twins who seek advice from their eccentric uncle to ensure they marry the right girls.
But before you plan your weekend date with the movie, read the reviews!
The Times of India
Giving away too much will spoil the fun that you’re meant to have watched this. So you just have to go through this garrulous, laugh-out-loud affair with the usual patience and perhaps even some perseverance that you usually reserve for Bollywood comedies such as this one.
The story is funny and the film has some really hilarious dialogues. However, Sardar jokes are a bit clichéd and Bollywood needs to get over it. There are moments when you will feel it is patriarchal, racist and regressive. However, the film leaves you feeling good and happy. An enjoyable weekend watch with kids.
'Mubarakan' shows some witty character sketches before losing its charm in the later half. The indecisive Arjun Kapoor and self-musing Anil Kapoor successfully establish a mood. In fact, you laugh when somebody falls off a window while trying to find the mobile network. 'Mubarakan' is designed as a family film where comedy is generated through quarreling relatives
Long drawn out scenes and overwritten speeches overacted in overdressed sets bring in narrative drag, which is hara-kiri for a situational comedy that can succeed only if your brain is not given time to apply logic. If ‘leaving your brains at home’ seems difficult, you know what you should not watch this weekend.