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Shareef Badmash (Twin Dragons) Review
Can watch again
Good for kids
Good for dates
Wait to rent it
It's a clichéd saying that Indian films lack originality. But we have to commend
the makers that they plagiarize the right kind of movies. At least some do. So
here comes the hilarious original so deftly copied to make Nagarjuna's Hello Brother
and Salman's Judwaa, two movies that raked the moolah at the box-office.
Jackie Chan, the superstar of Hong Kong movies, has created a genre of movies that couples rib-tickling comedy with breath-taking martial arts. This film follows suit.
Starring in dual roles, Jackie plays Boomer, a streetwise martial arts expert living in Hong Kong, and his long-lost twin brother, John, a classical musician in New York.
They have never met, but when John travels to Hong Kong to give a concert, these totally opposite identical brothers become unwittingly mixed up in a case of a mistaken identity. With hard-hitting martial art thrills, Twin Dragon packs everything one has come to love about the wildly popular movies of Jackie Chan.
Worth a try, especially if you haven't been treated to Nag's and Salman's histrionics.