Three happening girls who look like they are born on the same day, are apparently sisters in this flick. The theme of the story is how the men succeed in convincing their father that they are a suitable fit for his daughters. It is all about their crazy love stories where the boyfriends are given the platform to prove their acting skills. But the girls play lassies in short skirts. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's far more expressive wax mannequin steal the show.
The boys take turns to play crippled, blind and mute to get an entry to girl's mansion. While the girls play dumb throughout. Sandy (Akshay) plays a wheel chair bound, Bunty (Abhishek) has a natural flair for comedy, and is spontaneous in the scenes where he pretends to be mute. Teddy (Riteish) has killed his acting powers by pretending to be a blind man and he says that he had met Lisa on a blind date. Jacqueline Fernandez has got a meaty role, unlike the other two girls. The lead characters bring a smile to our face. Thanks to their expressions and good dialogue delivery! Peppy songs in this flick goes well with the visuals and you would be tempted to dance along.
Sandy who wants to play football in the English Premiere League is affected when his coach makes a racist remark and calls him an Indian. But it makes everyone furious in the theatres, since it is one of the hard-hitting reality that some Indians who are out of the country are facing today. However, the film's stand on racism is not clear. Like the earlier two installments, it is purely a 'leave-your-brains-behind' affair.
It teaches you so many phrases like 'Bahar latakte hain' ('Let's hang out'), 'Bandook ka beta' ('Son of a gun') 'Seriously guys, akhrot ho kya?' ('Are you guys nuts?'), and 'Thandi dawai le le' ('Take a chill pill'). There is a lot more like this and the makers have taken care of all the minor details in the film.
It is an out-and-out entertainer and makes you fall off your seat in laughter and also, carries a message in the end. Akshay Kumar slips into his role easily which is a delight to watch and he sure knows the way to keep the audience in splits. If you just want to LOL, then go for it.