Boyss Toh Boyss Hain Movie Review : An insult to movie-making!
Willi Saadhak, Sayanthi Shailendra, Anuj Garg, Dhiren Raichura, Surjit Joshi, Dhwanit Joshi and Gourav Das Gupta
Rajkumar Yadav, Anshuman Jha, Dhruv Ganesh, Aarya Kumar, Gulshan Grover, Divya Dutta, Manu Rishi, Tejaswini Kohlapure and Adil Hussain
July 12, 2013 05:05:49 PM IST By Martin D'Souza, Glamsham Editorial
This is a film that has no beginning, no middle and no end. Somebody might have said, ''Chal picture banete hai.'' He would have got the actors together and started writing scenes as the movie was being shot.
There's no reason for a flashback, but every time the story moves into one. This could be because the director wants to tell a story. So he tries to mix and match scenes and incidents to create a story flow. The characters do not know whether they are coming or going and Gulshan Grover as a police officer in a Delhi police station is the one helping the viewer piece this puzzle together. He is equally puzzled.
Four friends land in a police station. Another lands up there to get them out. In the process we are being told what their life is all about. So you have four flashbacks and many more in between to make sense of the earlier four. Makes sense? I don't know.