This is the official review I wrote since Borat’s English isn’t good enough for the paper.
I’m hardly offended by politically incorrect jokes. I am all for exploitation cinema. I like Akshay and Kareena, even loved Tashan. Dare I admit, I also dug parts of Chandni Chowk to China. And, I believe t hat the shamelessly sexist Borat is the funniest film in recent times.
Yet, when I hear Akshay Kumar defend this horror film by suggesting that even The Hangover was full of gross jokes, I feel the need to thwack him on the back of his head and say: Dude, look up subversive in the dictionary.
And Sabbir, your vocabulary seems to suggest that your sense of humour, to use a polite word, is asinine. But that’s not really a bad thing.
This insanely stupid remake of Pammal K Sambandam (Come on, it WAS funnier on TV) is no battle of the sexes. It’s ‘Taming Of The Shrew By The Village Pervert Who Got Lucky To Find Himself On A Plane To Hollywood.’ Business class, at that.