Salman is back with his moustache, his uniform and Sonakshi, and he's killing it (when he's not killing criminals). Dabangg-2 is the same masala-heavy, enjoyable-if-approached-with-an-empty-mind Rajinifest that we've come to expect. So what are the funniest highlights of the movie? We think there are quite a few, and we've given out LOLscars to multiple people and things from the movie (though Chulbul Pandey monopolized the awards, as he does the movie).
First, we take you through some special awards.
So those were our awards, and we assure you we thought long and hard before leaving out things like the Masterchef Award (to SP Anand Mathur for eating like a pig, and concocting combinations like lassi with pizza) and the GPS Award (to Chulbul Pandey for always reaching his destination without an address). Speaking of Chulbul Pandey, we think he's a superman. Not only can he not be harmed in any way, he also waits till the end of the movie to take his shirt off (Salman in his mature phase?).
So it is only fitting that we compare Salman with the real supermen of this world - WWE wrestlers in trump cards. Here's how he might stack up against John Cena:
Dabangg-2 is a movie that raises blood pressures everywhere. Whether it's in the movie (Prajapati's Mood Swings and the hopelessly-in-love-with-Chulbul reporter) or in the audience (during pretty much every song), it's definitely not for heart patients. But the most dangerous moment, if you're supposed to avoid excitement, is definitely Fevicol Se. We won't talk much about the actual song, but we think it's just Munni again under a different name. Here's the proof.
Finally, Dabangg-2 is a movie that couldn't have been too hard to make. After splurging on the sets, the producers must have locked their money away and asked Arbaaz to manage without special effects, which is why some of the dances involve knuckle cracking and nothing else. Going by this trend, we think you could make Dabangg-3 in your basement, if you wanted. Here's a quick guide on how you could manage that:
So that's it from this special masala edition of the LOL-Scars. If you think of jokes we missed out (one reader told us Tiwari and Chaubey are a lot like Thomson and Thompson), head over to the Comments Section.
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