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Khiladi 786

Release Date : 07 December 2012
Year : 2012
Banner : Eros International , Hari Om Entertainment Company , HR Musik
Producer : Twinkle Khanna , Sunil Lulla , Himesh Reshammiya
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Genre : Action | Comedy
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Khiladi 786 SYNOPSIS

Born to an owner of a marriage bureau Champak Lal, Mansukh has been a complete failure ever since he has grown up and tried to help his father in their family business. All the alliances he had tried to get done have resulted in separation even before the marriage took place.
To prove his worth to his father, he takes up an unusual challenge of getting an underworld don TT bhai's spoilt brat sister Indu getting married to a cop called Bahattar Singh aka Khiladi 786 in Punjab and to add more to his problems he convinces even TT bhai to pretend as a cop but little did the over enthusiast know that Bahattar Singh, his father Sattar Singh and his uncle Ikhattar Singh were not cops but a family of conmen. The story takes a shape as the two hardcore families of two different states pretend to be policemen in front of each other and the beans from each side can be spilled anytime which can be life threatening for Mansukh.
What follows is a roller-coaster ride filled with music, romance, comedy and power packed action!

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Khiladi 786 REVIEWS

The Khiladi Scores Yet Again!

By MovieTalkies.com, 07 December 2012 3 / 5

Khiladi 786 Review- In Short
A marriage fixer lies about the family of the groom and the bride in order to facilitate the wedding, with hilarious consequences...

Khiladi 786 Review-Verdict
Whacky humour, foot-tapping music and the inimitable Akshay Kumar...what more would an Akki fan need?
Khiladi 786 Review-Story Plot
Mansukh (Himesh Reshammiya) is the son of a veteran marriage fixer, who wants to step out of his father's shadow to achieve success on his own. When Mansukh is hired by dreaded don Tatya Tendulkar (Mithun Chakraborty) for finding a suitable boy for his sister Indu (Asin), Mansukh decides to get her married off to Bahattar Singh (Akshay Kumar), a Punjabi do-gooder, who impersonates as a police-man to help the real police by nabbing the bad guys.
However, there is a slight hitch: Mansukh thinks Bahattar is a real cop and convinces Tatya to lie about being a cop, so that his underworld reputation does not ruin the marriage plans. On the other hand, Indu is in love with someone else and is trying her best to get rid of Bahattar, who has fallen for her. What follows is a comedy of errors as both sides struggle to keep up the facade of respectability.
Khiladi 786 Review-Performances
As usual, Akshay Kumar, who can juggle action and comedy with equal ease,  is a delight to watch. His easy charm, his smart-alec humour and his screen presence ensures maximum entertainment. If that was not enough, there is veteran actor Mithun Chakraborty, who will make you laugh till your sides hurt. His deadpan humour and dialogue delivery will remind you once again why the actor is one of the talented performers in Bollywood. Surprisingly, Himesh Reshammiya, who has also written the story, also displays a great comic timing and as the typically Gujarati Mansukh, Himesh is funny as hell. Other actors like Mukesh Rishi, Raj Babbar, Johnny Lever and the others too perform their parts well. Asin is passable though, though to be fair to her, the film is a Akki product all the way and there is nothing much she could have done really...
Khiladi 786 Review-Direction
Like mentioned earlier, the film has the kind of whacky humour, that might not be appreciated by all. One can safely say that the humour is so silly that it would make you laugh helplessly. However, Ashish R Mohan does come up with an extremely entertaining watch. There are times when the film would remind you of other Akki films like Welcome (specially the part about an underworld don wanting a 'honest'man from a respectable family for his sister). Though the director should have edited certain emotional scenes that seem out of place in this fun flick, Khiladi 786 shall be known as one of the films, that can be watched again with a bunch of pals, just for the sake of a few laughs.
Khiladi 786 Review-Music
With foot-tapping numbers like Balma and Hookah Bar, which have already become popular hits at clubs, it can be said that the movie has decent enough music.
Khiladi 786 Review-Final Word
If you are the kind of person, who enjoyed films like Golmaal 3, Welcome, Housefull 2 and the likes, then Khiladi 786 is a must watch! 

Not Memorable But Has Enough Spark

By Reflections, MovieTalkies.com, 01 November 2012 3 / 5

Himesh Reshammiya is currently a hot favourite with his peppy and funny Po Po along with Rani Tu Main Raja from Son Of Sardaar occupying the charts. He is back with action masala musical Khiladi 786 which is a comeback for Akshay Kumar in the Khiladi franchise after a decade. In recent times Akshay's movies have boasted of massy and popular tracks and this one seems to be no exception with Khiladi 786 on the same route. There are seven original tracks in the album with loads of remixes to fill in. Shabbir Ahmed, Sameer and Himesh pen the lyrics.

Album opens with Lonely. This track has been doing the rounds on all television channels and based on what one sees, this is yet another number that is spearheaded by Akshay's mast maula act. Himesh Reshammiya, Hansika Iyer and Punjabi rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh give an unusual feel to this song which definitely calls for a repeat hearing since in the very first listening, it catches you rather unaware. In fact it would be safe to say that the song may well workwith certain section of audience and even get abhorred by some.
Shreya Ghoshal makes an entry into the album with an unusual Balma. This track would remind you of R.D. Burman's Mehbooba from Sholay but the buck just stops there. Though Himesh does compose in a similar style, it doesn't really go all the way. Shreya's vocals work for the song though, Shriram gives her good company and the picturisation ensures that the overall package does provide added mileage to the film.
Next in the album is an experimental Long Drive which is rendered by Mika Singh in an unusually understated manner. Though the lyrics belong to the world of 'Mika', the overall treatment makes it very different from his usual Punjabi renditions. Himesh blends Punjabi folk with hip-hop and the result is an intriguing mix. This track would be popular with the youth.
More experimentation follows with Sari Sari Raat. Himesh sings this slow track which has a poetic feel to it. The singer's voice has suited Akshay in quite a few of his compositions in the past and if the just-released video is anything to go by, there is no doubt the impact would be similar all over again.
Hookah Bar is the next in line which is a club track rendered by the 'Band of Power' comprising of Himesh Reshammiya, Aman Trikha and Vineet Singh. It is a very typical Himesh track with the electric and techno beats and though it begins well, there are doubts if it would manage to sustain a good interest level amongst the listeners.
Long list of singers, namely Vineet Singh, Aman Trikha, Yashraj Kapil, Alam Gir Khan and Rajdeep Chatterjee, team up for the title track Khiladi. Shabbir Ahmed's lyrics are distinctive like apna parivaar hai multicolour, chahe pardesi har dulhaniya and are able to catch the listener's attention. Its picturisation is interesting as well and with Akshay being good yet again, as he is most of the times for theme based songs, the song would find itself in the running for some good time to come.
Last but not the least is another Punjabi flavour based soft song Tu Hoor Pari which is rendered by Javed Ali, Shreya Ghosal, Harshdeep Kaur and Chandrakala Singh. Though Himesh decides to have all the right people to create magic in the song, overall this one doesn't quite make you play it on all over again and ends up being an average outing.
Khiladi 786, as expected, turns out to be the kind of album which may not result in a memorable outing but hangs on well to ignite enough spark to catch audience attention. Now one looks forward to the khiladi factor ensuring that the film is interesting, hence also resulting in music too finding added attention.
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