Kill Me, Khan.

So, choreographer-turned-director Farah Khan makes her third Bollywood film, thinking that this will also be a box-office hit, like her two previous movies, packed with her usual dose of lame jokes and sad punchlines. But she forgets that this time there is no Shah Rukh Khan to save her tattered script, full of loopholes. Akshay Kumar struggles to make it work, but it is more like that kind of a struggle, where you try hard to patch up with your ex knowing fully well that he/she is a jerk and the relationship will never work out. Continue reading