Rabba Main Kya Karoon revolves around the story of a
boy named Saahil (Akash Chopra), who is hopelessly in love with
Sneha (Tahira Kochchar). The couple plans to get married, but
Saahil's wicked elder brother Shravan (Arshad Warsi) tries to teach
the lessons of 'bhaaichara' to the innocent, loyal Saahil. Shravan
tries every bit to push Saahil on the wrong path and make him cheat
on his girlfriend Sneha, with whom he is soon to get
Saahil gets inspired and even tries to cheat on Sneha, but
somehow he couldn't do so. Saahil realises that he couldn't cheat
on his ladylove at any cost. But unfortunately, things take a worse
turn, that leads to misunderstanding between Saahil and
Performance wise, Akash Chopra and Tahira Kochchar fails to make
any worthy impression. Apart from their good looks, there's nothing
worth mentioning. Arshad Warsi and Paresh Rawal have mastered the
art of comedy, and that's what they have again proved in the film.
Other supporting casts Raj Babbar, Tinnu Anand and Himani Shivpuri
are good in their respective roles.
There's some fun and entertainment in Rabba Main Kya
Karoon. But considering the movie on the whole, it lacks
lustre and pace big time and falters in parts. Hence, I would give
2 points for this lame comedy flick.