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Tom Dick Harry Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Thursday, June 1, 2006 • Hindi ]
Tom Dick Harry Review
Dino Morea, Jimmy Shergill, Celina Jaitley, Anuj Sawhney, Gulshan Grover, Shakti Kapoor, Sanjay Mishra, Aditya Lakhia, Javed Khan, Avtar Gill, Rakesh Bedi, Kunika, Kim Sharma
Deepak Tijori
Sudhir Kumar, Surendra Bhatia, Avinash Bhatia

Sardarji (Rakesh Bedi) and his middle-aged-yet-in-shape wife Jassi (Kunika) indulge in over-the-hill revelry while their maid asks coy questions. Their three tenants are deaf (Tom, Dino Morea), blind (Dick, Anuj Sawhney) and dumb (Harry, Jimmy Shergil). Obviously they don't pay their rent on time. To add to it, one is subjected to gross Condom jokes which at times also involve children. Then there's a Pomphlet Machchiwali (Kim  Sharma) who has hots for Tom. Her plunging neckline and bosom-adjusting-tantrums are a too-direct attempt to ensnare the front benchers ready with a squeal.

Tom, Dick and Harry are after an inspector hunterwali (Celina Jaitley) who is out on a `secret mission' to uncover the gang of item-girls-kidnappers-gang. The head of this gang is `melodiously' called Soprano (Gulshan Grover) who aims to be the biggest villain in the world and worships the likes of Hitler and Mussolini. He also has Gabbar Singh, Mogambo and Shakaal for company. To them he constantly reminds that "Soprano is not going to make the same mistakes as made by them." Sounds weird. It is weirder when you actually suffer this two hour something movie. Adding to the woes is baddie Shakti Kapoor who while playing a `good cop' tells his superior officer that he is going to do such a "Sting Operation" on the gang of kidnappers that they will never do anything hanky panky with any girl thereafter. 

Himesh Reshamiya's hit music score is the only saving grace of this film other than Kim Sharma's zestful spunk. Dino Morea and Anuj Sawhney are average while Jimmy Shergil spoils his good reputation by doing a useless comedy. Rakesh Bedi as the horny sardarji has some good news as he shines in his small role. After Sai Paranjpe's Chashme Baddoor, this is his best performance. But, maybe the quality of both the movies is poles apart. Celina Jaitley looks Hot Money although she doesn't do anything notable. Gulshan Grover's Soprano is endearing and his body language elicits amusing chuckles amongst the audience, if not full-throttled-laughter. 

As for Deepak Tijori's direction, well, he seems to be going nowhere. After the debacle of C-grade flicks like Oops, Fareb and Khamosh, Tom, Dick and Harry fails to enhance his reputation as a director. In fact, he should get back to acting for at least he can exhibit something plausible and more meaningful rather than blindly hunting for success at the Box Office.

Tom, Dick and Harry: Blindly Deaf and Dumb.

Rating: 0 / 5.0


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