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Tees Maar Khan

Release Date : 24 December 2010
Year : 2010
Banner : Hari Om Productions , Three's Company , UTV Motion Pictures
Producer : Shirish Kunder , Ronnie Screwvala , Twinkle Khanna
Director :
Genre : Action | Comedy | Drama | Social
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Total 3 Ratings

2.5
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Tees Maar Khan SYNOPSIS

Only once in a blue moon is such a great criminal born who is fearless as well as shameless! Now is the blue moon and the great criminal is TEES MAAR KHAN. He steals, cons and cheats all with such alarming audacity that even shame shies away from him! He and his gang comprising of Dollar, Soda and Burger have managed to keep the police, world over, on their toes. Then one fine day international antique smugglers, the Johri Brothers, assign Tees Maar Khan the BIGGEST CON JOB OF HIS LIFE! He must rob antiques worth 500 crore rupees from a heavily guarded MOVING TRAIN! Will Khan and his merry gang, with some unwitting support from his wannabe-actress girlfriend, Anya, and a greedy Bollywood superstar be able to pull off the greatest heist in history?

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Tees Maar Khan: Khan Do Better, Farah!

By MovieTalkies.com, 24 December 2010 2.5 / 5

Farah Khan lives up to her reputation and delivers yet again with a film which is crazy, entertaining and of course, full of jokes at the industry. Actually, if 'Om Shanti Om' had Manoj Kumar offended, then this time, it may well be the turn of old friend Shah Rukh Khan. If there were any doubts still about the status of the SRK and Farah friendship, then this film leaves no doubts whatsoever. Anyway, to come to point, 'Tees Maar Khan', may not be as good a film as 'Om Shanti Om', but it is definitely not lacking in entertainment value. Unlike many of the so called comedies which have released this year, this film is punchy and stupid enough to make one laugh. What the film could have done with, however, was a tighter screenplay and story, and it could have been a real winner. The film's story is about a con artist, Tabrez Mirza Khan or Tees Maar Khan (Akshay Kumar), who is one of the most wanted men by the cops and Interpol, but somehow manages to give them the slip everytime. A man who lives by his wits, TMK has this doting mother, three clowns who are his close cronies, and a girlfriend Anya (Katrina Kaif), who has this Bollywood fixation. Since it is a comedy, the cops and the CID are a bunch of jokers, who are constantly conned by TMK and his cronies. At stake, this time is this storehouse of antiques, which have to be transported by train to the government treasury in Delhi, with the cops playing escorts. The cops are happy that TMK has been arrested in Paris by the Interpol and feel that they will manage to accomplish their mission without any hurdle. But TMK gives the Interpol and the CID the slip and reaches home safely. He is hired to steal the jewels and antiques from under the cops' nose. So TMK comes up with a superb plan, wherein he reaches a remote village called Dhuli and pretends to be shooting a film. The plan is to intercept the train at Dhuli and make off with the loot. He manages to con the simple village folk of the village that he is actually a big Hollywood director, who is shooting a 'Slumdog Millionaire' type of film in the village, one which is sure to win an Oscar. He also manages to rope in ruling matinee star, Aatish Kapoor, played by Akshaye Khanna, in a delightful cameo, as the hero of the movie. Aatish is dying to win an Oscar and cannot get over the fact that he missed Danny Boyle's 'Slumdog Millionaire', because of his secretary's stupidity. One cannot miss the reference to a certain Khan, who lost the role of the quizmaster in the film to Anil Kapoor! What follows, of course, is a lot of chaos. Farah's film has her characteristic touches, the crazy humour and the very typical potshots at Hindi films and Hindi filmmakers. However, one cannot help but compare the movie to 'Om Shanti Om', which was a more complete movie in itself and had a more engrossing storyline and screenplay. 'Tees Maar Khan' has a certain half baked quality about it, especially towards the last few reels. Farah lays out the plot very well but she is unable to tie up all the ends satisfactorily. The film has a very promising start and middle but the end is quite weak. Farah manages to extricate very good performances from her cast, beginning with Akshay, who gets into the role of the con man with utmost ease and manages to carry off the role very well indeed. His style of comedy works well for the character. Akshay is well supported by Katrina, who plays his ditsy, star struck girlfriend, and Apara Mehta, who plays his doting mother. Ali Asgar and Vijay Maurya pitch in well as Tees Maar Khan's cronies. The film is full of some delightful cameos, beginning with Akshaye as the Bollywood superstar, Sudhir Pandey as his secretary, Arya Babbar as the village police inspector, Sachin Khedekar as the police commissioner, Aman Verma and Murli Sharma as the CID duo, and finally, Raghu Ram and Rajiv Lakshman as the villainous twins, literally joined at the hip. It is these performances, along with the punchy dialogues, which really lifts the movie. As for the film's music, Vishal Shekhar have clearly done a great job as most of the songs are catchy and have clearly caught the fancy of the public. Leading from the front is the 'Sheila ki jawani' number, followed by 'wallah re wallah', which sees Salman Khan making a guest appearance. The husband and wife duo of Shrish Kunder and Farah have definitely shown that they are quite a winning combo. But one just feels that the duo may have got a little carried away in their attempt to be clever. As for the rest, the film is entertaining enough and makes for an ideal holiday fare.

Tees Maar Khan: Current Affairs Only…

By MovieTalkies.com, 18 November 2010 3 / 5

The much awaited 'Tees Maar Khan', starring Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif is all set to release this December, but the music of the film is already out on the stands and it is expected to do very well, what with all the hype surrounding the 'Sheila ki jawani' track. The film which has been directed by Farah Khan and produced by her husband Shirish Kunder and Akshay Kumar, has five original music tracks which have been composed by Vishal Shekhar while the lyrics have been penned by Anvita Dutta, Vishal and Kunder. The album kicks off with the title track, 'tees maar khan' which has been written by Kunder and sung by the versatile Sonu Nigam. The first thing that strikes one about this catchy track is the manner in which Sonu sings in different voices, both male and female, to add to the quirky element of the song. That probably is the highlight of the number, which is nothing but an outright fun ride as Sonu seems to definitely be enjoying himself making those different voices. It appears in a remixed version later in the album and manages to continue to entertain. The next number on the album is the much hyped 'Sheila ki jawani' track which has been written by Vishal and sung by Sunidhi Chauhan and Vishal. This much anticipated item number frankly turns out to be highly overrated. It would be really stretching matters too far to compare it favourably to the 'munni badnaam hui' number from 'Dabangg'. However, judged on its own merit, one has to say that Sunidhi has a done a good job with this song, investing it with the required suggestiveness needed to bring out the seductive quality of the number. It is an extremely catchy track with its fusion of Indian and Western elements and its remix version just adds more pace to this number. The next track on the album is 'wallah re wallah' which has been sung by Shekhar Ravjiani, Kamal Khan, Raja Hasan and Shreya Ghoshal. The number is expected to feature Salman Khan along with Akshay and Katrina. A 'quwali' style number, it has a wonderful energetic quality about it which is extremely pleasing and catchy. This quality is carried forward into its remix version as well. The fourth track on the album is 'badey dilwala' which has been sung by Sukhwinder Singh and Shreya. In certain ways, it is a very typical Sukhwinder kind of song and he goes through it with complete ease and is full flow. Shreya comes in midway and pitches in with her sweet rendition. But the song basically belongs to Sukhwinder. It is energetic and has the ability to hook its audiences, as is evident from its remix version. The final number on the album is called 'happy ending', and has been sung by aspiring young singers picked from various television reality shows. The number sees singers like Prajakta Shukre, Harshit Saxena, Abhijeet Sawant and Debojit Saha coming together for a track which has been written by Dutta. Like its title suggests, the number has a lovely, happy feel to it and the overall effect is extremely pleasing. The expectations from 'Tees Maar Khan' are definitely great but its music does not rise to any great level. It has good 'masala' tracks, and that is just about it. There is hardly any enduring musical track in this album. But the songs are all catchy and entertaining, especially the title track, 'wallah re wallah' and 'Sheila ki jawani.' Of course, a lot will depend on how Farah picturises the songs in her movie. But one has definitely heard better from Vishal Shekhar this year. Musically, they don't seem to have stretched themselves. They are the here today gone tomorrow kind of numbers and should do well in the here and now.
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Katrina Kaif injured her head while shooting for a song sequence with Akshay Kumar for 'Tees Maar Khan' in Malshej Ghat. Akshay's teeth banged with Katrina's head and it started bleeding. A doctor had to be called and after giving first aid, she resumed shooting.

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interval ke bad thori se bore hogayi
chirayu taldar, Dec 31, 2010
3 / 5

Tees Maar Khan
mohit bhandari, Dec 24, 2010
1 / 5
not good as how much we thought..

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