Aloo Chaat Movie Review

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ALOO CHAAT, a ''masaleedar'' comical ride is the new laughing therapy of the season with music that touches many genres and style. Director Robby Grewal showed his ''brownie'' points as ardent music lover in his last flick MP3- MERA PEHLA PEHLA PYAR and now he teams with four different music directors in spicing up this sizzling comical entertainer.

RDB comes out as the most audible name in the credits with Xulfi adding sentimental hues with his Sufi rock flair. This album proves to be another stage where two new composers Vipin Mishra and Mehfuz Maruf make their first presence.

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Despite its low profile and bleak face-value, the album promises surprises with the genre (comedy) that has been so far the most bankable formula of the box office.

Can ALOO CHAAT be another spicy Punjabi sizzler for its listener? Can the amalgamation of four diverse composers deliver out the much needed ''dhaamal'' in making this a joyride? So let's test our taste buds in finding out the actual flavor of this ALOO CHAAT…

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Peppy, massy and intrinsically promotional! RDB packs some really spicy pop ''masala'' of UK ''bhangra'' mania in creating awareness of the word ''Aloo Chaat'' in rapturously loud title track ''Aloo Chaat (RDB version)''.

After making thunderous impulse in title track of SINGH IS KINNG and ''Rafta Rafta'' (NAMASTEY LONDON), this vivacious Sikh boy band goes full throttle with Nindy Kaur's demure tones mixing up well in a commotion of ''club'' remix outburst. This one goes for the Channel V and MTV style of music videos that can really spread the positive word for the flick and is doing the good work so far in the promos.

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Cear this; ''Chamak Ke Chandu Chanda Chacha Chamak Chaka Chondh Kar Jayega…'' a tongue-twister prelude that fizzles up frothy mood of slapstick ''chatpata'' humor with upcoming composer cum lyricist Vipin Mishra setting taste buds watery for a spicy treat in ''Aloo Chaat''.

The enlightenment of engrossing hilarity gets fastens up with outrageously punching disco-beats and Punjabi phrases that set the mood wacky with pompous thrive. The spicy red-hot flavors of ''Aloo Chaat'' get another sizzling recipe of musical rendezvous that sounds more like ''peeping-tom'' of quizzical events and chirpy characters in ''Aloo Chaat''.

Upcoming Vipin Mishra's musical prowess strikes chords with electronic rhythms that get synthesized with precision in westernized pop arrangements.

Kailash Kher promises another winner with the mood that sounds as theatrically amusing as ''Chak de Phattey'' (KHOSLA KA GHOSLA). It sounds like a chartbusting double bill waiting out for this pack of title tracks where the feel is not just catchy but also humorously attractive in its rhythmical flows.

''Aloo Chaat (remix)'' conquers more terrains of disco-dhamaka and this one goes out especially for DJ's beat culture and disco-freaks. Enthralling!!!

Robby Grewal's thinks precariously edgy this time as he hires the expertise of the serene melodic flair of Paki rock talent Xulfi in ushering out sentiments of mushy communion of lovers in ''Dhadke Jiya''. Xulfi excels to perfection in modulating out tones that mellifluously gels with soft rock ballad stylized genteel rhythms and notes to portray out nimble but compassionate love chemistry. After hip-shaking ''Laaree Choote'' (EK CHALIS KI LAST LOCAL), Xulfi spells out quality entertainment again in Bollywood music and if there is anything that can cherished for long in this album then it is sentimentally pristine ''Dhadke Jiye'' for melodic ears. Subtly romantic!!!

All this is done by the girl to make the boy's family accept her. But what about the girl's family? Don't they have to accept the boy? Does not her family have any say in the matter? Or does she have no family at all? Director saab, did you not look into this aspect of the film?

Actually, there is not much the cast could have done; there was no script in the first place.

The headline says it all, Dhimaag Chaat! Mirchi Movies have come up with yet another dud! The story is weak, the acting below average and the cast just not upto the mark.

Get a load of this: The story is based in Delhi. The family is happy that their boy is returning from America. Unknown to him, preparations are on to find him a bride.

But boy already has a Muslim girlfriend back in the US. So boy and uncle decide to stage an act where they will hire a firang girl to play his girlfriend, and get his actual girlfriend to come to his house as her friend, and make her win his parents heart while the firang runs riot and makes his family hate her.

All this is done by the girl to make the boy's family accept her. But what about the girl's family? Don't they have to accept the boy? Does not her family have any say in the matter? Or does she have no family at all? Director saab, did you not look into this aspect of the film?

Actually, there is not much the cast could have done; there was no script in the first place.

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