The film is interesting, with a lot of stunts and funny sequences, in a typical Johar style.
The film includes many funny sequences in school and gypsy life.
There's a very funny early sequence in which a bored neighborhood Romeo pays two strangers five bucks to take his girlfriends off his hands.
In perhaps the show's funniest sequence, she plays herself as a coke-sniffing travel agent 17 years ago.
It's a very cute, funny and a very beautiful sequence where she is trying to smoke when she doesn't know how to.
There is one very funny sequence in the episode, flashing back to other actresses who auditioned for the "Ellen" show.
And even odder than this film's most uproariously funny sequence, which takes place in a morgue, is that it happens to be a Disney release.
In what should be a funny sequence (but isn't), he considers, in turn, kidnapping, arson and murder, none of which really interest him.
It's a funny sequence, but one of the hallmarks of this movie is how quickly the audience's laughter turns to dread - and then to screams.
In the evening's funniest sequence, the two men recall the sexual peccadilloes of their youth with a mounting hostility.