Don’t let the name fool you. This movie is not about the New Year. In fact, to all the Indian readers out there, this a definite movie you have to watch. It is in Hindi, so unless you can understand Hindi or have a way of having subtitles, this is not the movie for you. To others, this movie, to me, is a 10/10 (I am an 11 year-old, so don’t put anything against me, it’s just what I think.) It is the gumbo pot of sweetness. It contains the right mixture of things, such as comedy, action, and most importantly, a good storyline. Hold on to your horses, ’cause we are in for a bumpy ride!
The story starts out with a man who fights at a fight-club for money. His name is Charlie. You see, Charlie has never been able to earn any money. Ever. In his life. (but he still owns a pretty sweet apartment.) In his apartment, Charlie notices the news. It reports that Charan Grover, the multimillionaire, has announced that he will be traveling to Dubai to drop off 7 priceless Mughal Dynasty-era diamonds. Charlie, the broke fighter, realizes that this man is the same man who framed his father for stealing those same diamonds 12 years ago. Charlie quickly assembles a team of masterminds, who are also somehow related to Charlie’s father, Manohar. One of them is a retired bomb squad sergeant who deaf in one ear. He is easily insulted if he hears any meek comments about his mother, who he worships. The team is ridiculously hilarious, but they are working towards one goal: to destroy Charan Grover’s life for ruining Charlie’s father’s life. All this ends up being really funny, and as part of their heist, they have to participate in the WDC: World Dance Championship. The prize? A trophy made of pure gold, and a sample of the Mughal diamonds, and a check for $1,000,000.
This movie contains a lot of action, comedy, and a good storyline. I do not have a score, as it is your duty now to watch the movie and see for yourself, how this movie is. By the way, if you are also a fan of chick flicks, then this movie is also for you. It gets very emotional at times, and if you cry a lot during sad movies, please have Kleenex at the ready, for both the sad and the funny parts. 🙂