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In part, it's even fun - and funny, and I defy you not to come out of the cinema singing the title track with a certain amount of gusto and a slight swagger in your step.
In Rohit Dhawan's first film, Desi Boyz, he follows in his father David's directorial footsteps by creating an extended sophomoric male fantasy that is predicated on the audience suspending their logic, judgment, and good taste.
Rohit Dhawan tries to follow the steps of David Dhavan to entertain in his debut film, but Desi Boyz works as good as David's latest offering RASCALS!!! It tries hard to entertain, but falls flat on its face for most of its part. For a comedy, it lacks the cracks that keeps you laughing all the way. Let alone all the way, it hardly has any laughs. The dramatic portions aren't any great either. Anupam Kher and Sanjay Dutt are miserably wasted. It's pitiful to see Chitrangada playing such roles. She simply doesn't fit. I usually like child actors, but the one here sucked due to overacting. Akshay and John are okay, though (which wasn't something I was expecting).
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