Preview of READY
Producer Bhushan Kumar and director Anees Bazmi have come up with comedy movie Ready. Starting Salman Khan and Asin in lead roll. The other artist includes Arya Babbar, Paresh Rawal, Mahesh Manjrekar, Akhilendra Mishra, Manoj Joshi, Sudesh Lahiri of Comedy Circus fame, Arbaaz Khan in a cameo, Zarine Khan in a cameo & Item Number, Ajay Devgan in a cameo, Kangana Ranaut in a cameo, Sanjay Dutt in a cameo. The music for ‘Ready’ is composed by bollywood Music Director Pritam Chakraborty. Songs of the movie are beautiful and Mein karoon toh saala character dheela hai and Ringa ringa are already a chartbuster.
Ready is a remake of the South which was a blockbuster hit. It was 1st made in telugu and then in kannada. Well our hindi movie Ready too is must watch for Salman Khan with great comedy sense which is unmatchable that makes you watch this movie again. Asin also has a good comedy timing and her chemistry with Salman Khan is cute on screen.
Ready revolves around Prem (Salman Khan) who helps his cousin sister to elope with her lover. Later he helps his friend to get married with his lover as well but mistakenly, takes Sanjana (Asin). Co-incidentally Sanjana also wants to run from her greedy uncle who wants to gulp down Sanjana’s family inheritance. Later both Prem and Sanjana fall in love, but when time comes to express, her uncle finds her and takes her away. The sweet romance turns their way in convincing Sanjana’s uncle. The confrontation is non-violent. That’s when Prem’s family supports him in all his crazy plans. Comedy is essentially a part of the various schemes and conspiracies both parties plan to teach each other a lesson. The story gets twisted when Sanjana’s family comes to know that they have been tricked. Revenge takes over their minds which lead to yet another series of plotting and adventures for both families. Then the question is what happens to the love story?
Go watch at your nearby theatres when Salman Khan’s ‘Ready’ is ready for release on 3rd June. It’s definitely not among ignoring films.