Bhoot Police Story: The film follows the demons of Bipudi (Saif Ali Khan) and Chiranjeevi (Arjun Kapoor) who are hired to catch a ghost that hunts a tea garden in the beautiful hills of Himachal.
Review: The tea garden is owned by sisters Maya (Yami Kamtam) and Kanu (Jacqueline Fernandez). Bipudi’s career goals are women (my type of any, she says) and money.
The younger brother wants to carry forward the legacy of his esteemed late father (Ullat Baba) by doing good work. Can the two help the bankrupt sisters who have become rich from the soul that hunts at night?
Director Pawan Kirpalani’s horror comedy has its moments, but the childishness is more than eccentric. The one-liners involved in relational policy and references to co-corona-co are fun. The structure and idea, get your attention early on.
Saif Ali Khan is pronounced in English in an unknown village dialect, which is accidentally funny in that distinctive Saif voice.
His ability to go for non-heroic characters was appreciated. But purpose and effort can be fun at some point. His performance contradicts you here.He tries so hard to be fun and he comes in a weird mix of not trying to invest in his character.
Arjun and Yami are honest and the only actors who understand this work. Jacqueline and Saif look like tourists in Dharamsala and they chose to act as entertainers in this film.
Stree is a great example of combining elements of horror and comedy into one. Boot police hope to make fun of Tongi Babas who deceive people.
It believes in mocking superstitions and blind faith and ultimately mocks its own precedent. The story is not an issue like the random thinking behind it.
Despite the failure of almost everything, the only flagman who really creates an attraction here is Jamie Lever, the talented daughter of Johnny Lever.
Her character Aishwarya Rai sings the dream love number ‘Aao Na’, while you roll with laughter as her husband struggles to suffocate. If you want to see this picture, look for her.