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The tongue-in-cheek ‘Bewakoofiyaan’ review

Bewakoofiyaan offers its viewers to become a part of the movie experience.

New Delhi | Published:March 15, 2014 10:42 am
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Bewakoofiyaan offers its viewers to become a part of the movie experience: if you watch the film expecting a Queen or a Hasee Toh Phasee, you are pretty much doing what the title says. Though the lead pair does a decent job, they are burdened with a tired script and a cliched concept.

As usual, our reporter interviewed celeb watchers of the film to figure out what they thought of Bewakoofiyan. In keeping with the mood of the season, his first three interviewees were the three top political figures in India today.

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Before he could tell Arvind that Mango is not exactly an Aam Aadmi brand, he was left alone. After the AAP supremo, it was the turn of Narendra Modi.

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Finally, Rahul Gandhi turned up, and our reporter prepared himself for prepared answers.



After the political heavyweights of the present, it was the turn of a literal political heavyweight from millenia ago.

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Our reporter left in confusion, telling himself that Ra.One might actually have been a better viewing choice.

– By Antara and Jheel for Laugh Out Loud Ventures

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