Khiladi 786 (2012) Bollywood Movie
|Director:||Ashish R Mohan|
|Producer:||Akshay Kumar & Himesh Reshammiya|
|Cast:||Akshay Kumar, Asin Thottumkal, Mithun Chakraborty, Himesh Reshammiya, Paresh Rawal|
|Release Date:||December 7, 2012|
|Music Director:||Himesh Reshammiya|
Synopsis/Story/Plot Of Khiladi 786 Movie
Born to an owner of a marriage bureau Champak Lal, Mansukh has been a complete failure ever since he has grown up and tried to help his father in their family business. All the alliances he had tried to get done have resulted in separation even before the marriage took place.
To prove his worth to his father, he takes up an unusual challenge of getting an underworld don TT bhai’s spoilt brat sister Indu getting married to a cop called Bahattar Singh aka Khiladi 786 in Punjab and to add more to his problems he convinces even TT bhai to pretend as a cop but little did the over enthusiast know that Bahattar Singh, his father Sattar Singh and his uncle Ikhattar Singh were not cops but a family of conmen. The story takes a shape as the two hardcore families of two different states pretend to be policemen in front of each other and the beans from each side can be spilled anytime which can be life threatening for Mansukh.
What follows is a roller-coaster ride filled with music, romance, comedy and power packed action!
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Songs Of Khiladi 786 Movie
|Lonely||Honey Singh, Himesh Reshammiya||Lonely Lyrics|
|Balma||Shreya Ghoshal, Sreeram||Balma Lyrics|
|Long Drive||Mika Singh||Long Drive Lyrics|
|Sari Sari Raat||Himesh Reshammiya||Sari Sari Raat Lyrics|
|Hookah Bar||Himesh Reshammiya, Vineet Singh, Aman Trikha||Hookah Bar Lyrics|
|Khiladi Bhaiya||Vineet Singh, Aman Trikha, Yashraj, Alam, Rajdeep||Khiladi Bhaiya Lyrics|
|Tu Hoor Pari||Javed Ali, Shreya Ghoshal, Chandrakala & Harshdeep Kaur||Tu Hoor Pari Lyrics|
Khiladi 786 Full Songs (JukeBox) Feat. Akshay Kumar & Asin Thottumkal
Movie Reviews Of Khiladi 786 Movie
|The trademark nasal voice insinuates itself into your brain and refuses to go away. So even as your head reels from the stupidity onscreen, you unwittingly hum along, Khiladi bhaiyya, khiladi bhaiyya.
Then, at one point in the film, Akshay breaks into a plaintive love song in Himesh’s voice. I laughed out loud.
All through, the funny bits were rare and mostly unintentional. Akshay swaggers above this messy material, which includes African-American characters and dancers in blackface.
If I wasn’t so exhausted, I would have been offended. Box office figures suggest that many people enjoy this school of cheerfully moronic cinema, but Khiladi 786 really isn’t my idea of a good time… Read Full Review Here
|A key subplot in this film involves Indu’s boyfriend, an unfortunate fellow (Rahul Singh) who is repeatedly jailed for some unintentional crime he commits each time he steps out of prison gates. It’s the kind of juvenile humour that might appeal to those below the age of eight. The film, then, rests squarely on the shoulders of its leading man, Akshay Kumar, who redeems it to some degree with his manic energy, his endearing but bovine grin, and his skill at delivering clever one-liners like he’s just come up with them. The action is all routine stuff – nothing you haven’t seen in Rowdy Rathore or Rohit Shetty’s Golmaal movies – but Akshay’s had enough practice pulling it off with flair.
‘Khiladi 786′, with its pedestrian humour, inane plot, and hammy performances, begs the question: haven’t we had enough? How many more times will charismatic actors help stupid films get made?… Read Full Review Here