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RMKK is a fun ride. The movie is enjoyable and also has a good message in it. The theory that "all" men cheat on their wives is interestingly explored through the slimy characters played by Paresh Rawal, who proves his wife, the ever-brilliant Sushmita Mukherjee, clinically unhinged to get away with his womanizing, Shakti Kapoor, who euphemistically describes fornicating as smoking, and Arshad, who fools his gullible wife Riya Sen into believing he is faithful to her.
The narrative remains faithful to the theme of unfaithful husbands. There are perky moments in the first-half where the writing outdoes the impending mood of sluggishness that creeps up in the second-half.
With a cast that seems to have a blast, Akash makes a comfortable and confident debut. Arshad Warsi's incorrigible 'Bade Bhaiyya' act and his counseling on hormonal freedom are the film's USP.
Arshad doles out brotherly advice like Gandhian wisdom, even bringing in a reference to 'Bhagwan Rama' that would have the director's grandfather, the tele-serial Ramayan maker Ramanand Sagar blush.
The Story is fully in control of the comic chaos in this big fat eventful shaadi.
To Summarize RMKK is an enjoyable movie and I am sure people will have fun. 8/10
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