This light-hearted comedy brings the comic side of madhur Bhandarkar into reality. Maudhur Bhandarkar known for his serious realistic research-based movies based upon social genre has come up this time with a comedy flick to entertain the audience or you may say it is his first attempt to get a new audience base or cult for his kind of comedy. But here again as we know how difficult it is to give up habits then how could a prolific director give up his habit of bringing reality in his film. You can say this film is all about real characters that we may relate with in our close social circle.

Story is about three major characters Ajay Devgan, Emraan Hashmi and Chatur (omi Vidya) from 3 idiots who have got different mindsets toward sexuality, marriage, love and women.  They share the same apartment while by nature they are far more contrasting. Ajay is a middle aged man with a marriage he feels like a worn-out relationship while Chatur is a young Marathi manoos returned from London this time thanks god not from Uganda but his accent remains the same as 3idiots tamilian hindi accent.

Ajay falls in love with a girl much younger to her while Hashmi keeps on practicing his playboy or you can say Casanova stuff while chatur is rigidly moralistic as he vows not to give up his virginity before marriage. In our society we may come across people whom we may call acquaintances and we can relate these film characters with our every day real characters. If this world is a drama and we are the characters then we may know how difficult it is to understand human relations, enhance its beauty or malign its sanctity. Here in our soceity we find people who are like the character Hashmi plays while we have still people who can fall in the category of what chatur plays while we may come across people who are much older and bonded with nuptial knot but still acts as miserably lonely, unsatisfied and sad as their marriage never fulfills.

Madhur Bhandarkar brings up such real characters this time with a label of comedy, anyway this film is not well-rated by critics as it still lacks Madhur's trademark originality. It has a narrative which slips out during its continuation while the second half quickly gets hold of the flow and makes it more interesting, while it end with a raw, confusing climax.
Written By Dipti Prasad Padhi

By : | Category : Movie Review| Date : November 10,2011

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