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No Problem Review

Overall Rating: 1.5/5

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Ratings:1/5 Reviewer:Rajeev Masand Site:IBNLive

No Problem, as you can tell, is a rather ironic title for a film that is offensive on so many levels.The core plot of this spectacularly stupid film involves a diamond heist gone wrong.
In the tradition of his previous films, Welcome and Singh is Kinng, director Anees Bazmee works with a non-existent script to create humor out of oddball characters and chaotic situations. I didn’t think much of either of those two films, but there were some genuinely comical moments in both. The gags in No Problem, however, fall flat repeatedly because the actors participating in them are in auto-pilot mode, and because the jokes are just not funny.I’m going with one out of five for director Anees Bazmee’s No Problem. Move over Housefull, 2010’s most abysmal comedy has arrived!

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Ratings:1.5/5 Reviewer:Taran Adarsh Site:BollywoodHungama

NO PROBLEM doesn’t have a smart plot, theek hain, no problem. But the bigger problem is it doesn’t have those genuinely funny sequences and crackling dialogue either that you associate with the accomplished director’s films. Honestly, I never expect to watch a path-breaking story in his films, but I do expect them to deliver hearty laughs, which NO PROBLEM doesn’t.Final word? NO PROBLEM is meant to be a crowd-pleaser, but, sadly, it lacks those clever one-liners, bursting-with-energy sequences and amusing goings-on to make your two hours in the cineplex worthwhile. NO PROBLEM has a huge problem: It fails to entertain!

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Ratings:3/5 Reviewer:Nikhat Kazmi Site:TimesOfIndia

There’s a similar incoherence and a method in his madness as he spins implausible yarns that have just one objective. They want to tickle your funny bone, any which way, even if means throwing reason and logic out of the window. But hey, when did the desi box office ever bother about inanities like sense and sensibility.The film does seem to be roughly edited in places and could do with some nips and tucks. Even the music (Sajid Wajid, Pritam, Anand Raj Anand) doesn’t have the chartbuster flavour of the Singh is Kinng audio track. But rest assured, No Problem will make you forget your problems, provided you are willing to get goofy and give up your quest for meaning in masala

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Ratings:1/5 Reviewer:Anupama Chopra Site:NDTV

No Problem is so staggeringly brain dead and relentlessly tedious that it makes Anees Bazmee’s earlier comedies, Singh is Kinng and Welcome look like classics. In fact as I watched this incoherent patchwork of singularly unfunny gags, I decided that No Problem is even a few notches below Akshay Kumar’s stunningly awful Kambakkht Ishq.This threadbare plot is an excuse for flat jokes, limp songs and action scenes, which are excessively violent for a comedy. People get shot, burned, electrocuted and brutally beat up.

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Ratings:1/5 Reviewer:Raja Sen Site:Rediff

It is fast becoming the norm, thanks largely to Rohit Shetty and Co, for our ‘comedies’ — a most misleading and insulting label — to forsake plot, story and logic and instead throw a bunch of oddballs at the screen, fervently hoping something — anything — brings about a laugh. Despite a lack of script, No Problem has a significant cast — yet not one of them is genuinely funny except, very occasionally, Sanjay Dutt, whose lackadaisical approach is bonafide. He isn’t even trying, which is refreshing in a film hellbent on tickling you, even if all it gives you is a painful poke in the ribs.No Problem is devoid of taste, flavour and jokes. As producer Anil Kapoor ignominously submits his pride to a flatulent ape, all this film shows us is how far you need to go to make a buck in this town.

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Ratings:1/5 Reviewer:Shubhra Gupta Site:IndianExpress

This has to be the most ironic title ever. The problems never cease in ‘No Problem’, an unending series of the most unfunny, disjointed scenes masquerading as a film. Don’t go looking for a plot. There isn’t one.Don’t go looking for sense. There ain’t none.‘No Problem’ provides us nothing but an increasingly urgent need to flee the theatre, as fast as possible.

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Ratings:1.5/5 Reviewer:Pankaj Sabnani Site:Glamsham

Although the film is titled NO PROBLEM, here are the problems we have with it: It’s madness sans method. Wafer thin and banal plot of characters running behind diamonds.In the entire film there are only about three to four moments that genuinely make you laugh. You end up laughing on the ridiculous narrative otherwise. Innumerable full length songs add to the trauma. Editing is pathetic with no continuity lapses. The tumultuous climax with several characters and gorillas is unappealing. Haven’t we seen such endings so many times in the past? NO PROBLEM is full of problems. This ‘problem’ has ‘no’ solution.

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Ratings:2/5 Reviewer:Blessy Chettiar Site:DNA

Clearly, some jokes are drab while many others are preposterous.The plot may appear convoluted, but who cares for logic when you are exercising your jaw muscles, even if only at intervals.Sub-optimal editing makes No Problem’s look problematic with the director jumping from one scene to another, like talking about different events in isolation.The comedy may be forced throughout the film, but the characters make it digestible. If Bazmee’s Welcome was a laugh riot, No Problem just about manages to tickle your funny bone. The film is capable of making you forget your problems, though momentarily.

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