From snatches of dialogue (about adulterated cement) to plot-points (about disappearing corpses), even lifting bits of the background score to try and underscore its salutation, O Teri borrows constantly from Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro and drowns it all in slapstick so noisy it all comes off as more lame than loving, more blasphemous than beholden, says Raja Sen. Satire isn’t what it used to be. Neither, of course, is the nation. We are a country who tunes in every night to watch ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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