Happy New Year (2014) *HQ*

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The film starts off with a world dance championship finale, wherein ‘Team India’ goes missing. Team India is led by the ‘Boston University topper’ Chandramohan Manohar aka Charlie (Shah Rukh Khan), whose ‘entry’ is shown in a illegal kick boxing match, wherein SRK mouths the rehash of all his famous one liner dialogues from his previous movies. Charlie is out on a mission to take revenge for his Manohar (Anupam Kher), who is conned by the evil mind Charan Grover (Jackie Shroff) and imprisoned for 12 years.

Charlie’s plan is to steal Rs. 300 crore worth diamonds that are under Charan’s security in Dubai. His partners in crime are: A partially deaf Jagmohan Prasad aka Jaggu aka Jag (Sonu Sood) who is an ex-army bomb squad member, a self confessed Parsi ‘stud’ Tammy Irani (Boman Irani) who is an expert at opening sophisticated lockers and who carries a mini supermarket in his bag, a young hacker Rohan Singh (Vivaan Shah) who is a ‘loser in real world, Nandu Bhide (Abhishek Bachchan) whose ‘USP’ is that he can puke anytime, anywhere, and then there’s Mohini (Deepika Padukone), who is a bar dancer with a dream of opening a dance school for young girls. Mohini has a huge weakness for English speaking people! She is someone who lives by the saying ‘Haaro toh haaro, Ijjat matutaaro’, which means for her ‘ijjat’ is everything. The plan is to not just steal expensive diamonds from Charan, but also to restore the lost glory of Charlie’s innocent father, by putting Charan in jail. To execute this plan however, the team needs to participate in the ‘World Dance Championship’ which takes place in the Atlantis hotel, exactly where Charan will be keep the diamonds for a one day display in Dubai. Charlie and his team enroll in this competition and despite all the boys being non-dancers, they use their antics to survive amongst the best dancers in the world.

True to the saying ‘When the going gets tough, the tough gets going’, Charlie and his team go all out to successfully execute the plan, even if that means to win the dance championship, despite being non-dancers. Will Charlie and his ‘Team India’ be able to steal the diamonds from Charan’s sophisticated locker, will they be able to win the dance championship despite being non-dancers and will Charlie ever be able to restore the lost glory of his father forms the rest of the story.

With mega blockbusters like MAIN HOON NA and OM SHANTI OM behind her, director Farah Khan (who also doubles up as the film’s writer along with Mayur Puri and Althea Delmas Kaushal), by now, seems to know audience’s taste when it comes to masala movies. And maybe that’s why she makes absolute no mistake while serving the dish called HAPPY NEW YEAR. While the soul and the story of the film remains truly Indian with Bollywood masala, comedy et all… Farah has managed to make a glossy film with stunning visuals. The film is a bit stretched with its run time going to almost 3 hours, the comic moments, dance and music keeps you engaged.

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