Yamla Pagla Deewana (2011) - Action, Comedy, Drama

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A married Canadian travels to India to re-unite with his estranged father and brother but faces obstacles and challenges.

IMDB: 5.6
Director: Samir Karnik
Stars: Nafisa Ali, Yugesh Anil
Length: 163 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 3 out of 26 found boring (11.53%)

One-line Reviews (18)

Direction by Samir Karnik is excellent and he make the audiences,esp the masses to go woo with a perfect mix of Masala-action,comedy,romance,songs and all..Few let-backs of the movie are a slow first half,average editing and exaggerated fights.

Kulraj Randhawa looks absolutely stunning.

It becomes such a entertaining laughing roller-coaster ride with no unnecessary cheap jokes and u can feel pain in your jaw at the end .

Post intermission the film moves at a great speed and has many more entertaining moments (with only 1 song) as compared to its first half.

First of all there is no story and so much over acting by bobby that you cant survive yourself in the multiplex watching this poor flick finding it damn hard to give a reason why brother why you made such a movie.

The movie makes great use of Sunny's He-Man image with exaggerated but visually stunning action sequences(with a sensational Dhol+Electronic Guitar background music which they should have released with the album), Bobby's energy and Dharmender's mere presence on the scene.

Overall a nice entertaining movie.

Loads of Trivia to look out for in this movie which is exciting as your taken back in time.

This has got to be one of the worst movies ever made.

The second half is icing on cake with lots of funny moments and confusion with the final action sequence of sunny deol is cherry on top.

It is one of the very few films I have ever seen twice in one day, and still enjoyed it.


Thus any film after watching that turkey would have a better than even chance of being entertaining.

First half is predictable, but still enjoyable at the same time.

Apparently, the story is same old re-union types, but I enjoyed it.

The writing is spot-on, which is filled with entertaining moments and awesome one-liners.

In a nutshell this is an entertaining Masala movie-exploring the flavors of the true Indian cinema integrated with drama,emotions and humor,recalling the good old days of Bollywood.

The first half is just fine entertaining you in bits and parts.