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Deven Chaudhary ( Ajay Devgan ) is developing a super car and wants to sell the design. But his customers Harsh Motors has him unexpectedly: The patent had already taken - the "Four Fox" company of Anthony D'Costa ( Sadashiv Amrapurkar) , Kailash Chopra ( Mukesh Tiwari) , Mahesh Saxena (Shakti Kapoor) and Rakesh Kapoor ( Pankaj Dheer) , previously rejected Devens Price for the design have the Auto Layout copied and can already be patented by bribery.


Deven wants the four hold accountable - and be killed by them. 12 years later. Devens son Raj (Vatsat Sheth) grew up with his grandmother (Farida Jalal). He is doing well in school, but a weakling. Until he (the beautiful Priya Ayesha Takia ) meets and falls in love with her. She gives him confidence and a new look. As Raj discovers the remains of his father's car and tinkering it in the garage of his boss Kartar Singh (Amrish Puri) a super race car named Taarzan. One night, however, the car animates and begins to kill the "Four Fox" manager. Inspector Khurana (Gulshan Grover) thinks Raj was the murderer, but the answer is not equal supernatural ... 

The directing duo Abbas-Mastan tried to thrillers like Humraaz and Baazigar something different, something that did not exist in Indian cinema so. This does not mean that the idea is new: Taarzan is based quite clearly on John Carpenter's Stephen King adaptation Christine (1983), however, is a lot funnier. In addition, it is probably the strangest reincarnation movie we were for a long time to see: The spirit of a dead animates a car. Strictly speaking, not really reincarnation, but it works on the same principle. 

The film is not successful, that's for sure, but he maintains okay. The car-effects and stunts are good, the narrative pace fast, the performer acceptable. The songs did not tear me away, but all of the curly-fuzzy kind. The beats are pretty, the sound dances to. Newcomer Vatsal Sheth shows in any case that it can move. It is a little pale, but his bright blue eyes might bring him a few fans. In debutante Ayesha Takia are other Vorüge are paramount: physical. She looks in her skimpy costumes quite neatly from, flatters the camera, but does not have stressful job. Doofe dialogues, as the approach of the two by "Rückkenkratzen" do not help. The first and quick kiss in the car come across better. Ever is for the two main characters, the este film half the more fertile. 

The other actors also act underutilized something Farida Jalal is again 08/15-mommy, Amrish Puri is for once nice, but his gags with the crazy son are silly. Rajpal Yadav also Clowns only rum - Gulshan Grover as his boss for quite amusing by his poker face. Ajay Devgan's guest appearance is not bad. In the center is holding up the Star of sheet metal or pixels: Taarzan, probably written for copyright reasons with two "A". 

He is not equal to nicer than "Christine". If he murders, no blood splashes and he never does someone hurt, is not angry - he even helps a stuck bus and pulls with a smiley face in the exhaust from. A suitable for families Avengers movie so. But the violence also disappears any gloom, any complexity. The film thus becomes pure fantasy fable that goes completely overboard and finally all bulky. 

That credibility is strained here, of course, is clear. But not only the car you have to push a few moments, even when the characters: As a school-Star is from the Bubi Raj, something happens quickly. Well, what can make a pair of contact lenses - the typical "Ugly Duckling" syndrome that even with such films as "She's All That" seems so fake. But precisely: Despite all these hahne büchenen incursions, the lack of depth and the predictability of events "Taarzan" halfway entertaining. And as he snacked on something new for the Bollywood market, even there a half star bonus. But Abbas-Mastan skills actually better ..

Baskaran, aka Boss (Arya) is a friendly young man who does not crowd the spleen, relying more on its anti-dry and on Providence for passing exams. Obviously, our method does not work, because it's been several years in a row he returns without success, his BA degree (the equivalent of the tray). He lives in the small but beautiful town of Kumbakonam, Tamil Nadu, with his mother, Sivakami (Lakshmi Ramakrishnan), her younger sister and brother, Saravanan (Panchu Subbu), veterinary and still single, to the chagrin of all ( his mother, his clients) who want to see him married.


Baskaran has only one friend, Nallathambi (Santhanam), who runs a hairdressing salon, Thala Thalapathi, in honor of his favorite movie stars (Ajith and Vijay), a curiosity when we know that allegiance to a star is often exclusive. Baskaran life changes when he meets a beautiful stranger on the bus. This unknown is none other than the teacher to monitor the exams that year and retired, of course, its anti-dry valuable to Baskaran and devoting it to another failure. 

Never mind, his little Baskaran continues the beautiful game of seduction, which is also - as of coincidences! - The sister of the future wife of his brother who has finally decided to marry. Baskaran learns that the beautiful is called Chandrika and if it is not completely immune to his charm, sometimes oaf, he does not enjoy a very rosy picture with his future in-laws. If Baskaran Chandrika hopes to marry, he will have to learn, find a job and show to all those who see in him a friendly glandular it is able to undertake and achieve something. It is not earned, even if it receives the unfailing help of his friend Nallathambi.

Led by Mr. Rajesh, now in the second film, Boss Engira Baskaran is a nice comedy, certainly not very original, but which in fact have a good time. Built on standard springs scriptwriting: a young man who falls for a young woman who is subjected to the test to win his sweetheart, especially the comedy pulls out of the game comic association between the two main actors, Arya and Santhanam, which already provides a comic role in the Tamil remake of Jab We Met , Kanden Kadhalai .

Unlike other South films where comic part, relegated to the status of "prerequisite" is often a patch, provided by a specialized actor or comedian Service, the not always subtle humor, Boss Engira Baskaran deftly mixes comedy and storytelling. The comedy arises from the nature of the characters, situations where they are, but also small winks in Tamil popular cinema, scattered throughout the film.

It is important to note the balance maintained throughout the film between the love story, the main frame of the narrative, and the story of friendship, secondary frame that showcases the first. So the Arya / Nayanthara torque works just as well as Arya / Santhanam association. All make their endearing character through a series of small details. Arya is equally comfortable and credible in this comic register, as in his other roles, yet very different, or that his co-star, Santhanam, yet a specialist.

The music of Yuvan Shankar Raja, without being exceptional, leave a good memory, especially the two Dappa , Ada Boss Boss and Mama, mama . The first is a classic presentation of the hero, with some references to other films, including a successful Arya (guess which); the second depicts, in comic fashion, the two lovers face to the father's opposition. Note that the glamorous Nayanthara is doing very well this dance number despite his sneakers to high heels.

In the end, you will understand, Boss Engira Baskaran is an entertainment film that fills hands down its function. Tamil them public is not misled by booking him a very warm welcome. Boss Engira Baskaran became a blockbuster and spent, in mid-December the bar of one hundred days of cinema release. It is also the most profitable film of the career of Arya, which was well inspired by participating in its production through his company "The Show People" and the second most profitable year in Tamil Nadu, just behind Endhiran, the Pharaonic budget superstar Rajni .

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