Share about The Shaukeens…

The Shaukeens…



Who will enjoy togetherness more, couple with first marriage or second marriage?! Obviously former one as they have nothing to compare. Couple in second marriage has first marriage as a reference frame against which partners (more true for women than men) compare their current togetherness. We all know such comparison reduces our fun, happiness and enjoyment. Exactly same logic applies when you see remake of old classics, those who have seen original one will be more dissatisfied than who are watching it for first time. So, if I make it simple, the Shaukeens is less funny to me than my son. However, movie does have many witty dialogues and humorous scenes.

Central theme of ‘never dying interests of ageing men in young women’ has a vast potential for creating humor. Unfortunately, Ahishek Sharma and Tigmanshu Dhulia have failed to squeeze the theme maximally to generate abundantly possible laughter. Piyush Mishra is best among three oldies. Akshay, Anupam and Anu have done well but nothing new. Lisa has served her purpose. Songs are unnecessary and intrusive, as usual.

Sidhi baat, no bakvaas:

Good time pass entertainment

Movie Wisdom:

  1. Men age faster physically than mentally.
  2. No matter how weak his hunting capacities have gone, hunter will always have high hopes about the kill 🙂
  3. Smart woman can take any male on ride for her benefits but gets maximum out of oldies as they are more likely to hang on 🙂

Disclaimer : 🙂

I’m not a paid or commercial movie critic, neither this is technical review of the movie.This share is to help like-minded friends for spending their money and time effectively 🙂

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. prafullbhai says:

    you are right sir

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