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  • Summary: Settled in London, Aman (Ali Zafar) hopes to marry Asha (Yaami Gautam ), an Indian girl, also based in London. He visits her parents' house to seek their permission to marry her. However, his plans to impress the family start failing when they discover that he is a Pakistani.
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  1. Reviewed by: David Chute
    Mar 10, 2014
    30
    Ethnically barbed hijinks ought to ensue, but jinks of any sort are in short supply, due to drowsy pacing and a string of distracting staging mistakes that suffocate just about every gag.
  2. Reviewed by: Rachel Saltz
    Mar 10, 2014
    30
    The cramped first half, mostly in the Singh apartment, is crudely unfunny.
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  1. Mar 12, 2014
    4
    Total Siyapaa is passable and doesn't live up to expectations. Aman (Played by Ali Zafar) travels to London to meet his loving girlfriend Asha (Yami Gautum) when he gets tangles into her family problems and other madcap family situations. Asha's mom ( Kirron Kher) has the most impact in TS. She is funny and makes up the viewers time into a funny ride. Other actors like Ali zafar and Yami Gautum are very good as well. Anupam kher is ok too, the film didn't make good use of him. The film has crude and sometimes really unfunny jokes about Pakistanis and how they waged war against Punjabis. I personally think that this film wasted its time on these jokes and could have made something good out of the unnecessary jokes. And the Anupam Kher girl stripping scene was absolutely absurd and bad. Overall, some of the jokes and the funny feel is good but it lacks in its productivity and jokes. I wouldn't recommend this one for theatres though. Miss it. Expand