Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se Movie Review: The Deols Return 'Phir Se' Only To Break Your Heart!

Aug 31, 2018 Anupam Gupta
Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se Movie Review: The Deols Return 'Phir Se' Only To Break Your Heart!
In one of the court room scenes in Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se, a team of people ask Dharmendra exactly what's going to be their next move, to which the expert star excitedly breaks out claiming, 'Time pass'. Ironically, time's the important things which just chooses not to pass quickly when you are served this plate of boring fare for an enjoyable comedy. Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se is as cool as the AC temperatures in the soaring summertime heat.
 
Just what's the story? Well, attempting ideal to string with each other the spread pieces, here's just how it goes - Vaidya Puran (Sunny Deol) is an Ayurveda expert whose valued belongings is a magic formula called Vajra Kawach, which was designed by his predecessors. A cure for acnes to impotency, the medicine soon catches the eye of a pharma giant who intends to achieve the formula by hook or scoundrel. Well, Puran is not simply a purush, he's a mahapurush! It's not just about treating patients; he can place even a Superman to shame by stopping a speeding truck with his bare hands and also bring a tremor on the ground when he defeats the tough guys to pump.
 
Puran's brother Kaala (Bobby Deol) is a 40-year-old bachelor who desires for a jet set in Canada and also is watching out for his dream lady. Last however not the least, finishing the triad is their lessee Jayant Parmar (Dharmendra), a flamboyant lawyer who teases with imaginary fairies and trips a mobility scooter with sidecar carrying a Karwaan songs box.
 
The Yamla, Pagla and Deewana join for a reason after Chikoo (Kriti Kharbanda), a MBBS student enters their lives.
 
Back in 2011, the Deols ticked our funny bone with Yamla Pagla Deewana. It's sequel, Yamla Pagla Deewana 2 became a box-office dud. As well as currently, the third movie in the franchise business with a brand-new supervisor Navaniat Singh does nothing new to impress. Toss it some Punjab, racist jokes, stereotypes, filler songs, dishoom-dishoom and voila, you obtain Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se.
 
With a sloppy writing and personalities lowered to cardboard caricatures, Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se falls flat on its face. The only saving poise is Salman Khan's cameo prior to the end-credits and also the Rafta assortment, however already, the ship has actually currently sunk.
 
Involving the acts, it's heartbreaking to see veterans like Dharmendra as well as Shatrughan Sinha undergoing such mockery. The former brings in some appeal, however it slowly sheds its luster; criticize it on the amateur writing and also instructions. Sunny Deol does exactly what he does finest. Yet where's the dialoguebaazi, director saab? Bobby Deol sounds more like a kid with surging hormonal agents. Kriti Kharbanda looks pretty, yet hardly gets minutes to showcase her acting chops.
 
Jitan Harmeet Singh's cinematography has nothing new to use. One wished Manish A lot more's editing and enhancing had actually been sharper! The tracks just include mins to the runtime.
 
Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se is only a yawn-fest. While it feels great to see the Deols rejoin on-screen, the triad are pull down by awful writing and also a sloppy instructions. I am going with 2 stars.
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