Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Heyy Babyy - Movie Review

Apun Ka Choice: The movie's strength lies in its storyline and appropriate casting of actors in their respective roles. On the whole, Heyy Babyy packs in enough masala and emotion to keep you entertained throughout its running time.

Heyy Babyy is a gross comedy, over-the-top drama.

For a first-timer, Sajid has effortlessly woven the scenes to piece a seamless movie; like a master knitter who weaves with the magic of long needles an amazing centerpiece for the table.

Hindustan Times:
Sajid Khan's direction is more dependent on lavish resources and star value than a distinctive style of storytelling. The music score by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy is nothing to hum about; the cinematography is patchy and the screenplay's latter-half is particularly laboured.

IndiaFM: On the whole, Heyy Babyy is an entertainer that has something for everyone. At the box-office, it has the potential to rock big time.

Movie Talkies:
Heyy Babyy is an enjoyable film.

Now Running:
Heyy Babyy, heart-warmingly funny.

A really annoying Babyy!

Times Of India: It's primarily the performances that save Heyy Babyy from being another run-of-the-mill comedy. If Akshay is his usual boisterous self, then both Fardeen and Riteish are competent as his funny buddies.

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