GayatriSankarA certain school of thought would believe that films need to exhibit cinematic values while the other would beg to differ. For them, movies are all about entertainment, entertainment and entertainment. And as Vidya ‘Silk’ Balan had rightly said in ‘The Dirty Picture’, it’s all about providing entertainment, you see! So who cares? As long as you are able to leave your routine life outside the theatre and are ready to take a fairytale ride on celluloid, it hardly does matter.
Himesh Reshammiya has stuck to his typical style but Sajid Wajid’s composition ‘Yeh jo halki halki khumariyan’ sung by Rahet Fateh Ali Khan will undoubtedly please your ears.Certain portions are a bit of a drag, but the comic sequences will make up for the monotony. The cast has put up a good show. Overall, SOS is worth a watch, a complete family entertainer!Ratings: Three Cheers to this one!
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