The moment I entered it was the new Eros of Bollywood, Upel Patel dancing with Tanish aka Nikky on screen. The hard work on her body and its exposure seems to have worked with Tanisha very well and he got another opportunity to oblige us with a cleavage show within two years. Just that the show was little restrained.
One Two Three is a decent comedy where most of the hall was laughing for a considerable good amount of times. Sanjay Mishra aka Apple Singh does an amazing job to tickle the funny bones along with Hirjee , Mukesh Tiwary and few more unknown actors. Audience looked bored only when the main heroes came on screen – Suneel Shetty, Tushar Kapoor and Paresh Rawal (who surprisingly looks boring).
I think Suneel Shetty looked best in Balwaan with his bulging biceps because he was one of the few pioneers to start the tradition of 6 packs in Bollywood. One should quit at his peak so that people ask “Why?” He decided otherwise to give us numerous chances to ask “why not and how long” about his acting. To make the matters worse, he is trying his hands at comedy. Even the participants of Biggest Looser Jeetega acted better than him on his reality show.
I really envy Tushar Kapoor and I know entire country does. After all with a looks as different from Jitendra's good looks as Tendulkar's upper cut from Saba Karim's and talent for acting as good as my talent for Sumo Wrestling, he keeps resurfacing like phoenix. Even phoenix might be blessed as much as him. Still he has played a plethora of characters in The Lover Boy (Mujhe Kuch Kahna Hai), an honest policeman (Khakhi), an underworld don (Shootout…), surprise attraction(???) in an item song (Sunday). Just wait for the day when he will play Vijay in Zanjeer’s remake soon to be announced by Ram Gopal Verma. He plays an aspiring underworld don where his heroine Isha Deol looks more macho then him. Although, she looks more macho than the most. Sameera Reddy is just about a deep cut shirt and looks old enough to be casted opposite Paresh Rawal. Upen Patel and Tanisha are not even worth discussing.
Direction looks loose on most occasions but you cannot help but get the feeling that with a better work, the movie could have been much better. The movie does make you laugh on quite a few occasions especially with the supposedly supporting star cast. Pity is, if the movie clicks, the undeserving lead cast will take away the credit and Tushar Kapoor might well win the award for the Best Comedian award if no where else than at least in Star Movie Awards.