By Subhash K. Jha, Bollywood Hungama News Network
So what do we do with this one? Maar diya jaaye ke chod diya jaaye? This film means to be cocky, quirky, and cutely comical. It ends up being a crashing bore. And the sound of the crash that you hear could be those plaster-of-paris props that adorn the stage where the cast enacts the worst version of K. Asif's imperishable romance 'Mughal-e-Azam' ever conceived.
As it often happens, the film must have sounded so much better on paper. All the accomplished actors who constitute the vast cast must have read into the purported humor and agreed to do this intended satire about the goofy adventures of a stage troupe during the week of the 1993 Mumba