This insufferable Bollywood movie featuring dogs, Akshay Kumar, bitches and Tammanah Bhatia plumbs the depths of the depravity business.
A bizarre species named Sajid-Farhad held the dog-leash of this exercise in cruelty, pretending to direct the canine-pack of bipeds and quadrupeds. Apparently, the duo also ‘wrote’ the screenplay and dialogs.
Who’s the Dog? Who’s the Bitch?
If you can separate Akshay Kumar, Sonu Sood and Prakash Raj from the dogs and Tamannah Bhatia from the bitches in Entertainment, I doff my hat to you.
I found the task well nigh impossible.
In some scenes, Akshay was on all fours and in most scenes Prakash Raj and Sonu Sood behaved no different than rabid canines.
I swear on Balaji that in several scenes Tamannah Bhatia and the female canine displayed the same amount of skin and in the final wedding scene both brides (human and canine) wore white!
And half-way through the movie, the girl’s father (Mithun Chakravorty) advises her in all seriousness she tie the knot with the dog.
Now if only she’d heeded the paternal pearl of wisdom and knotted herself with the dog my crucifixion ordeal in front of the screen would have been shortened.
No Comedy, Endless Misery
Folks, let the paid critics bark what they will about the film’s virtues but Entertainment is not one whit entertaining.
Sitting through 2-hours and 20-minutes of this nightmare required a herculean amount of pain-bearing capabilities.
Akshay Kumar plays Akhil Lokhande, an average guy forever getting the wrong end of the stick from people. To make his miserable life unendurable, the father of his TV actress girlfriend Saakshi (Tamannah) will consent to their marriage only when he becomes a millionaire.
One day Akhil stumbles upon the fact that his real father is a billionaire in Thailand. As he’s gloating over his unexpected good fortune, the billionaire dies leaving a huge fortune of Rs 3,000-crore to his dog Entertainment.
Once Akhil, his buddy Jugnu (Krishna Abhishek) and Saakshi reach Thailand, it’s a canine free for all that made it impossible to separate the dogs and bitches from the men and women.
True, comedies often feature incongruous, wild elements and there’s nothing wrong with it as long as the humor quotient is high.
The problem with Entertainment is that the writing is so atrocious there’s literally zero humor in this dung-pile.
As for the acting part, all we get is a horror show.
A freak given to wagging her tail and flailing her limbs in Telugu and Tamil monstrosities, Tamannah Bhatia is not worth spit in the acting department. Oh, at the rate Tamannah’s skirts are going up, soon she’ll be bottomless.
Akshay Kumar has overstayed his welcome in Bollywood but will not budge until a vet comes with a hypodermic needle filled with a strong anesthetic.
Prakash Raj and Sonu Sood are to comedy what Osama bin Laden is to peace.
Johnny Johnny and Teri Mahima Aprampar set a new low in both music and picturization.
Cringe-worthy performances, zero humor and a travesty of music do not a comedy or Entertainment make.
Tis’ better to hump corpses than subject yourself to a pointless depravity like Entertainment.