Director: Farah Khan
Cast: Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, Abhishek Bachchan, Boman Irani, Vivaan Shah, Sonu Sood, Jackie Shroff
What one could expect from Farah Khan in Happy New Year is the element of surprises, which keeps popping up every second sequence and that helps in sidelining the illogical things, however there aren’t many this time.
Storyline: ‘Happy New Year’, revolves all around a number of individuals who disguise as dancers to be a part of a worldwide dance competition so that they can accomplish a bank robbery in Dubai. The movie that is focused around a dance competition, is really a tale having a twist as a group of worst dancers get together and take part in a dance competition. Even more the story is blended with a heist.
Charlie essayed by Shah Rukh Khan is a street fighter, while Mohini performed by Deepika Padukone is a club dancer. She enjoys dance and she worships dance. She’s the trainer of the team and She educates the crooks to dance when they come together.
Abhishekh Bachchan who have donned a ‘tapori’ look for his role of Nandu Bhide from Sangam Chawl in Mumbai. He loves his drink a little too much and that creates him very entertaining as well as outrageous, but a lot of fun. Deepika’s character Mohini and Nandu have grown up together.
Review: Capitalising over the superhit jodi of Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone, Farah paints impressive romance between the two in the film, which is among the vital features you’ll love to cherish yet again.
Despite the three hours long drama, the film almost never bores you with these two romancing while Abhishek, Boman, Sonu and Vivaan presenting an impressive contribution in fun. The action sequences have been worked upon and once set it is deemed to provide you with goosebumps.
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