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The three Crew members keep you entertained Cast: Tabu, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Kriti Sanon, Saswata Chatterjee, Rajesh Sharma Guest app: Dil...

The three Crew members keep you entertained

Cast: Tabu, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Kriti Sanon, Saswata Chatterjee, Rajesh Sharma Guest app: Diljit Dosanjh Special App: Kapil Sharma

Rating: 3.5*

Director Rajesh Krishnan (Lootcase) delivers a very light-hearted yet intriguing film with a lot of style. His back-and-forth narrative also adds value to the film, thus keeping all the sections of the audience happy. He could have used dollops of humour which surprisingly is not the case here and at certain points, he rushes into finishing the scene and also is very unconvincing in the manner in which the trio gets out of tricky situations. But, despite that he scores heavily in the climax which along with the performances of the three leading ladies- Tabu, Kareena, and Kriti makes the film very entertaining and watchable.

Three air hostesses Geeta Sethi (a brilliant Tabu) who stays with her husband Arun (Kapil Sharma) in a modest house because of a family feud, Jasmine Kohli (glamorous and delightful Kareena Kapoor Khan) who stays with her grandfather (Kulbhushan Kharbanda) & Divya Rana (lovely and wonderful Kriti Sanon) who despite having qualified to be a pilot doesn’t get a job as one due to recession, are best friends working for Kohinoor Airways which is owned by Vijay Walia (a dependable Saswata Chatterjee). Along with them, 4000 other employees have not been paid salaries for the last 6 months.

One day while flying to Al Burj, their senior pursuer Rajvanshi (Ramakant Daayama) dies suddenly mid-air and while trying to give CPR to revive him, they find gold biscuits hidden in his vest. Despite their financial crunch, they do not steal the biscuits. In the meantime, the flight is diverted to Mumbai where they meet the customs officer Jaiveer (Diljeet Dosanjh) who turns out to be Divya’s college friend. News flashes that Kohinoor Airways is bankrupt which is rubbished by Vijay Walia. Geeta turns to her old friend the head of HR, Mittal (a very likeable Rajesh Sharma) who blurts out the truth that indeed the company is going through a financial crisis. Realizing that they may not get their salaries, with the help of Mittal, the three start smuggling gold biscuits like Rajvanshi. But all is not as easy as it seems.

Diljit Dosanjh in a guest appearance and Kapil Sharma credited in a special appearance are both adorable. Trupti Khamkar who plays customs officer Mala surprises you with her performance. Kulbhushan Kharbanda doesn’t get much scope.

Other highlights of the film are the remix songs specially ‘Choli ke peeche’, ‘Dilli shaher mein maro ghagro’ and ‘Sona kitna sona hai’. The background music is superb with different instrumental versions of ‘choli’ playing. The chartbuster ‘Naina’ looks stunning but is played in the end credits.

The film is pure fun and boasts of delightful performances by the three beautiful leading ladies. 

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