: An aspiring filmmaker requests his group of friends to go on camera and answer some personal questions — mostly about their sex life, which he intends to compile and turn into a full-fledged film.
: Touted as India's first reality film, Sabki Bajegi Band is a recreation of actual conversation that the director apparently had with his celeb friends at a private party, hosted by him at his farmhouse. The movie also takes digs at commercial Bollywood potboilers, for being formulaic. Thus it is deliberately made in an episodic manner, giving the visuals a handheld camera treatment and dedicating each segment to Bollywood cliches (read item song, emotional scene etc). While the concept seems intriguing, the content and execution is far from being even remotely tolerable.
To begin with, you wonder what kind of social background do these so-called friends come from as their views are despicable. Each character displays Rakhi Sawant sensibilities and her passion for spouting ridiculous mindless statements that make you cringe.
One of the actresses in particular flaunts her knowledge (rather ignorance) on how to tell if a guy is gay by making astounding revelations. She says, "He is gay if he uses floral or bright handkerchiefs. He is gay if he checks out his shoe by kicking his leg back instead of front and he is gay if he loves his mother the most." The last point in particular makes films like MSG look intelligent.
To say the dialogues are 'poor' would be an understatement. They are downright offensive to relationships, men, women, homosexuals, heterosexuals, AIDS patients, babies, unborn babies, marriage etc. Also, since every character has questionable morals and character, all you end up hearing is 'kya tum iske saath soi ho?', 'lal lipstick sir wayyad kism ki aurtein lagati hai,' etc.
The film addresses topics like virginity, open relationships, extra-marital affairs, casting couch, and one night stands in probably the most immature way ever. 'Adult humour' is infused by showing a guy accidentally chewing a condom. Ironically, this Bollywood spoof about a bunch of horny friends talking porn is crass and ends up making a mockery of itself.