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Poster Boys released on 8th September 2017. This is the debut directorial venture of Shreyas Talpade. Sunny Deol and Bobby Deol play the lead roles. The film has also Shreyas Talpade playing alongside the Deol brothers. Tanishk Bagchi has composed the songs in the movie retaining Punjabi folk songs and Daler Mehndi has crooned a song. Javed Akhtar has written lyrics for the song crooned by Daler. The movie is a remake of a Marathi movie Poshter Boyz. Nigam Bomzan is the cinematographer. Along with Sunny and Bobby, the film has Kunal Khemu, Arshad Warsi, Tusshar Kapoor, Parineeti Chopra and Rohit Shetty appears in cameo roles. Sachin Khedekar, Samiksha Bhatnagar and Murali Sharma are also in the star cast. Sunny Sounds Pvt. Ltd., Sony Pictures Networks Productions and Affluence Movie Pvt. Ltd produced the film.
Vinay, Arjun and Jagavar live in a village; One among them is a school teacher, another one is a politician and the third one is the respected person in their village. All of the three are settled in their life. One day they were shocked to see their images used in the posters that promote vasectomy. This lands up them in trouble as the family distances themselves from them. Who used their images? Finally, they come together to fight for the justice. Did they win? Watch it in theaters!
Sunny Deol does some justification in delivering the dialogues and sentiments in the film being a seasoned performer. However, the performance of others didn’t impress. How both Sunny and Bobby along with Shreyas investigates the featuring of their photo in the poster is really a headache.
The film could have had proper planning on the writing desk. The idea of vasectomy was compelling but the disappointment came as the director Shreyas Talpade killed the potential of a good film. Sometimes the comic timing is so boring as the dialogues are being repeated multiple times to name them as a trademark dialogues. Sunny shows up frustration in his performance but Bobby looks dull. Director Shreyas has messed the film right from the beginning till the end.
What’s Not There?
The plot seemed to be meaningful where it talks about generating views on controlling the population through vasectomy, but too much of comedy ends up the film being a silly one. Overall the film proves to be a fatal as you do not know if comedy can be truly headache and irking one.
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