Director: Rohit Shetty
Producer: Bhushan Kumar
Actors: Ranveer Singh, Pooja Hegde, Jacqueline Fernandez, Johnny Lever, Varun Sharma, Sanjay Mishra
Genre: Comedy, Hindi
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Two easily recognizable twins are separated at birth and meet years later in a town. Due to confusion and misunderstanding, their life becomes chaotic.
A Square and B Square are the names of the twins, who are later named Roy (Ranveer Singh) and Joy (Varun Sharma) by two different couples who adopt them. Gradually all the four children grow up and bump into each other. The film is definitely a one line story. In which the comedy that is seen in every Rohit Sharma film is missing.
A theme park-like ‘circus’ set has been erected amidst the picturesque hills of Ooty, providing a glimpse of the time between the 60s and 70s. Many Bollywood classic numbers are seen on screen and the only thing louder than the old costumes of the actors is their acting. So far in Bollywood we have seen many such films which make the audience happy till now. It also includes Rohit Shetty’s films. However, ‘Circus’ lacks the same thing somewhere.
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There are hardly any scenes in the film that will make you laugh. Especially when the film’s hero touches two wires together with his bare hands in the ‘Jubilee Circus’, his brother feels a strong electric current. If someone touches it, they also feel the current. After the circus ends, everything seems to be fine with him. You will enjoy this kind of scene but the rest of the plot will not let you sit on the seat. The stereotype of good actors is a waste of characters, along with dialogues that don’t get laughs, are boring. The screenplay does not serve anything fresh. The film also lacks punchlines.
Ranveer Singh has tried to make both his characters look good, but unfortunately has not been able to do enough justice. Deepika Padukone’s cameo is the highlight in ‘Current Laga Re’, which provides some relief. Varun Sharma’s comic timing is wasted and Johnny Lever (as the Paulson brothers) brings some organic laughs towards the end. They bring the whole team together in just a few minutes of screen time. Pooja Hegde plays Roy’s wife Mala, while Jacqueline Fernandez plays the girlfriend. ‘Circus’ is a film with many good actors, but it didn’t do much.
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