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Date First Available14 Dec. 2011
  
 

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This is a movie about a poor village barber (Irrfan Khan) who had mentioned in passing once that he used to be a friend of the biggest Bollywood star (Shahrukh Khan playing a character close to himself). The star comes to the village to film for a movie. Everyone pushes the barber to meet his old friend but the barber keeps avoiding this. Is it because he's ashamed of his poverty or thinks a famous man wont remember him? Or did he ever know him and perhaps made it all up?
The movie's focus is on the barber so while SRK is woven throughout the movie he is very much secondary to the barbers story, and how 'ordinary people' react in various ways to celebrity.
Irrfan does a good job but his wife (Lara Dutta) didn't look that 'villagey' (more like a Bollywood lady dressed as a poor woman).
SRK plays the star appropriately well. He has charisma that is tangible whenever he is on screen. The best parts of the movie for me were the very showy song and dance numbers (done as scenes from the movie being shot). SRK partners with Priyanka Chopra, Kareena Kapoor and Deepika Padukone in separate big numbers.
If something slipped it from higher potential it was a slowness and repetitiveness at times with people trying to persuade the barber to contact his friend and him dodging that. Another biggie was a speech SRK gives at the end that went on and on to spin into greater absurdity (even for Bollywood).
However the movie's heart is in the right place. It is an entertainer, SRK I find always watchable even when he reaches for some excesses (driven by the script more this time) and the music and dances alone were enough to keep this movie.
Elsewhere on the Net it tends to average around 6-7 out of 10. For me its also a little above average for the dance and music.
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As well as being a remake of the Malayalam film "Kadha Parayumpol", this film is sort of a retelling of the story of Sudama and Krishna.

It's a very simple story - Billu is a barber in a small village with a wife and two children. He is not a very successful barber, as he cannot compete with a nearby flashier shop, and his family is very poor. One day it is announced that famous film star Sahir Khan (SRK pretty much playing himself!) is coming to the village to shoot his new movie. All the villagers go crazy for him.

Now, it happens that Billu has mentioned to his family that he used to know Sahir, and soon his children have spread rumours about this all around the village. Although Billu is very modest and never plays up to the rumours, he is treated like a celebrity in his own right and given all sorts of gifts and special allowances by the villagers, who only ask that Billu introduce them to Sahir. Billu is very worried about this, as he doesn't know if Sahir will even remember him. His wife convinces him to try and contact Sahir, so he does. However, he is such a quiet and modest man that no-one will give him a chance to talk to Sahir, even on the phone, as they do not believe that they know each other. Eventually the villagers begin to think it was all a lie and, forgetting that Billu himself never once claimed to be Sahir's good friend, they turn on him and make his life even more miserable than before. All this, Billu takes with hardly a complaint, and he only tries to continue with his life as best he can.

Will poor, soft spoken Billu ever get a chance to prove the villagers wrong, or was it all a lie after all? Well, you'll have to watch the movie and find out (though anyone who know's the story of Sudama and Krishna can easily tell!).
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Excellent movie with a simple story line well acted by Irfan Khan and SRK
A no nonsense movie with a nostalgic look at life:
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the dvd quality was bad, we saw it with difficulty, slow in certain point, bad sound in other . We enjoy the mouvie, not the best of Sharuk Khan, but at the end we were satisfied.
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This is a movie about a poor village barber (Irrfan Khan) who had mentioned in passing once that he used to be a friend of the biggest Bollywood star (Shahrukh Khan playing a character close to himself). The star comes to the village to film for a movie. Everyone pushes the barber to meet his old friend but the barber keeps avoiding this. Is it because he's ashamed of his poverty or thinks a famous man wont remember him? Or did he ever know him and perhaps made it all up?
The movie's focus is on the barber so while SRK is woven throughout the movie he is very much secondary to the barbers story, and how 'ordinary people' react in various ways to celebrity.
Irrfan does a good job but his wife (Lara Dutta) didn't look that 'villagey' (more like a Bollywood lady dressed as a poor woman).
SRK plays the star appropriately well. He has charisma that is tangible whenever he is on screen. The best parts of the movie for me were the very showy song and dance numbers (done as scenes from the movie being shot). SRK partners with Priyanka Chopra, Kareena Kapoor and Deepika Padukone in separate big numbers.
If something slipped it from higher potential it was a slowness and repetitiveness at times with people trying to persuade the barber to contact his friend and him dodging that. Another biggie was a speech SRK gives at the end that went on and on to spin into greater absurdity (even for Bollywood).
However the movie's heart is in the right place. It is an entertainer, SRK I find always watchable even when he reaches for some excesses (driven by the script more this time) and the music and dances alone were enough to keep this movie.
Elsewhere on the Net it tends to average around 6-7 out of 10. For me its also a little above average for the dance and music.
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