It’s shoddy, it has humour that’s forced and it some very poor performances; well we are talking about directed Ajay Chandhok’s Hey Bro, that stars Ganesh Acharya, Maninder Singh, Nupur Sharma and Hanif Hilal in the lead roles.
Hey Bro is all about Gopi (Ganesh Acharya) who hails from a small village in Rajasthan. He comes to Mumbai in search his twin brother Shiv (Maninder Singh) and his mother, played by Indira Krishnan, who got separated long back after giving him birth.
Gopi has no address and no photograph of his missing family members. All he knows is that he needs to find his family as it’s his grandfather’s (Prem Chopra) wish.
Since he has no photograph of his brother, he comes with his own photograph without realizing that twins can be different in terms of looks and features.
Gopi tries hard to find his family but then it’s not as easy as it seems. However, he finally finds his brother and mother thanks to Anjali (Nupur Sharma). Let’s not get into the logics with this one.
In all of this, situations play out such that Gopi becomes Shiv’s only way to reach out to the land mafia lord Baba (Hanif Hilal) and finally we reach the climax of the film. Thank God for that!!
Apart from all this, Ganesh Acharya has managed to rope in the big stars like Amitabh Bachchan, Hrithik Roshan, Akshay Kumar, Ranveer Singh, Prabhudheva, Avi Kharinar, Govinda, and Ajay Devgn in special appearance for the cameos.
With Hey Bro, the makes have tried to put in everything – be is comedy, drama, dance or star power. Now everything is in excuses and that’s what makes this film a tedious process to sit through.
Ganesh Acharya as Gopi has tried to do all that he can but at the end of it we salute him as a master choreographer, but acting is something he should stay away from.
Maninder Singh is unbearable, while Nupur Sharma feels that acting is all about wearing boy shorts, skimpy clothes and looking good. Sorry girl.
Hanif Hila thinks he is endorsing a gym and has only concentrated on his body and looks. Guess acting was something that was never on his mind.
With Hey Bro, director Ajay Chandhok, has proved that he is very consistent, as he has managed to belt out another equally awful film like his previous Chatur Singh Two Star.
It's shoddy, it has humour that's forced and it some very poor performances; well we are talking about directed Ajay Chandhok's Hey Bro, that stars Ga...1.0