The Shaukeens starring the hottie Lisa Haydon is going to release in two days and along with Akshay Kumar, there are three other men, Annu Kapoor, Piyush Mishra and Anupam Kher who are eyeing this dusky beauty in the movie.
Speaking about the movie, Akshay Kumar gets descriptive about a man's nature in life, "When a beautiful girl passes you, it's a man's nature to turn around. This is the story of the three lustful men in this story; any man who laughs at three lustful men is as lustful in his real life, but is just pretending to be virtuous!"
When the other actor in the movie, Annu Kapoor was asked about his shauq in personal life, this is what he said, "Puri duniya mein jo logon ko shauq hai who music aur sex (ka) hai. Nature ne manushya jaati ko jo do anupam vardaan diye hain, woh hain sex aur music."
He just declared that in his view, the only two things that matter most to a person are - music and sex. Well coming back to the movie, it is a story of three lustful men yet the movie is not cheap but rather cute says Akshay, "The Shaukeens is not a cheap film, it's a cute film. When I watched it myself even I felt bad for these three men. ‘Hey Bhagwan Koi Ladki Toh Dekh le Inki Taraf, Koi Bikini Mein Samne Aa Jaye Inke' is what you'll feel. You'll pity those men. And Abhishek's humor isn't pants falling and people slipping on banana skin variety. So there is a lot of smart humor in the film as well."
Basically this fun comedy movie will be going to show you a number of ways why boys will be boys irrespective of their age. Out of the many reasons they'll show in movie, here are 5 reasons why boys will be boys.
No matter how many girls they meet, all of them need to be referred to as ‘bhabhi' by their friends.
Who Saw The Girl First?
Half the time with their friends goes in deciding who saw ‘that' girl first.
Always Ready To Flirt
Any time is a good time to chance maaro on girls.
Boys' Way Of Saying Hi
Bhaigiri with friends is always incomplete without some abusive lingo.
Look At My Biceps
Most of their time passes in comparing their (apparent) smartness, strength and charm with others.