Yess boss is a simpleton movie about common man, who is always used to say ‘Yes Boss’. Its a rehash of SRK’s first movie – Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman. The movie don’t have too much twists and turns and caters with nominal amount of humour, music and glamour.
Cast: Shah Rukh Khan, Juhi Chawla, Aditya Pancholi
Rahul is a middle-class youth with high ambitions of striking it rich in the corporate world. He’s willing to bend his ethics to prove his loyalty to his boss, Siddharth who he sees as his key to scaling the ladders of success. To please Siddharth, he has to do his dirty jobs like bringing girls for Siddharth to exercise his not insubstantial charms on.
Matters become complicated when Siddharth’s eyes fall on Seema, a girl Rahul secretly loves. Seema too wishes to take the shortcut to success by serenading a rich man. Initially she falls for Siddharth’s charms and even believes his sob stories when she comes to know he’s married. But then as his devious ways are revealed to her and she finds her heart being drawn to the simple Rahul, she seeks to escape from Siddharth’s clutches. And Rahul and Seema live happily ever after.
Shah Rukh Khan has played his character excellent. He has displayed all of his talents in a nutshell as Rahul. Serious, Sad and Angry as well as Humorous and Excited are played with delicacy and enthusiasm by Shah Rukh. Only his role in DDLJ has come close to this movie. Juhi Chawla has caught a break with this movie, she stands beautiful and can easily outshine Manisha Koirala and Kajol in a weighing contest. Her acting may not be on par with Manisha or Kajol, yet she is easily on par with Madhuri and who knows when her Hum Aapke Hain Kaun…? may come.