CRITIC'S RATING: 3.0/5
CAST: Anil Kapoor, Arjun Kapoor, Ileana D’Cruz, Athiya Shetty, Ratna Pathak Shah, Pavan Malhotra, Neha Sharma
DURATION: 2 hours 28 minutes
Credits : inox
MUBARAKAN STORY: Singleton Kartar Singh (Anil) is left with the obligation of raising his two stranded nephews. He asks his sibling (Pavan) in Punjab to raise Charan (Arjun) and his sister (Ratna) in London to raise Karan (Arjun in a twofold part). At the point when the twins cross landmasses, they desert a trail of disarray.
MUBARAKAN REVIEW: You are without a doubt not in a unique area here nor is there anything unpleasant shrewd going ahead in Mubarakan. The commence of twins causing bedlam has been boundlessly incomparable in motion pictures like Ram AurShyam, Golmaal, Angoor, SeetaAurGeeta, Chaalbaaz and even Judwaa. Be that as it may, AneesBazmee who has made a vocation of handing out muffles and interesting jokes, goes at this one again with energy. What's more, you do get yourself diverted on occasion.
Returning to the plot, inconvenience blends when the twins—Charan, who plays an amiable Sikh kid and his more seasoned by five-minutes twin, the smooth Karan—get their adoration wires crossed. Karan adores Sweety (Ileana) however she gets connected with to Charan and Charan cherishes Binkle (Athiya), who Karan should wed. To add to the wreckage, there is likewise Nafisa (Neha) who is really dating Charan and who is anticipating that he should pop the inquiry soon. Since the twins depend vigorously on their uncle Kartar for all arrangements in life, they race to him in London. Also, prepare to be blown away. Kartar's designs constantly stable great yet they're never idiot proof. Rather the family is torn separated and the twins' lives get significantly more convoluted.
Giving without end excessively will ruin the fun that you're intended to have watching this. So you simply need to experience this talkative, roar with laughter undertaking with the typical persistence and maybe even some diligence that you generally save for Bollywood comedies, for example, this one.
Anil is the scene-stealer with his half Brit-half Punjabi act lifting the film all through. Arjun's twofold demonstration takes into account a few grins and the young ladies, Ileana, Athiya and Neha are simple on the eye, however they're recently enlivening set-pieces.
Ratna and Pavan include weightage with their stellar demonstrations, however Pavan ought to have held it down in the emotional parts, where he is much too uproarious.
The melodies—Tu Goggle PaaKeNache and a remix of the Hawa number lift the spirits. On the off chance that comedies are your thing, at that point mubarakan…