Ryan Reynolds' Deadpool 2 opened to rave critical reviews worldwide. The actor shines bright in this sequel that is raunchier, funnier and weirder than Deadpool. Ryan teams up with Josh Brolin and Zazie Beetz to star in what could be tagged as the funniest superhero movie till date. There were many outstanding moments in the entire movie and some hilarious digs that made me beam from ear to ear. Deadpool 2 writers did a splendid job in targeting all the superheroes in the universe and not differentiating between DC or Marvel. And while chuckling to this Merc with a mouth's funny one liners wasn't enough for me to cheer for him, the makers had an additional surprise for all their Indian fans. Yes, they had a Shah Rukh Khan song playing in the background in one of the scenes and me being a true SRK fan, I was all sold at that moment. Also Read: Deadpool 2 movie review: Ryan Reynolds’ undiminished charm and Zazie Beetz’s badass avatar will make you root for them
Wondering which Shah Rukh Khan song did they play in the background? Well, it was Yun Hi Chala Chal from Ashutosh Gowariker directorial Swades that released in 2004. Yes, you can hear the AR Rahman composition being played in the background when Deadpool and his X-Force are in Dopinder's cab going for their next mission. I won't reveal the details about the scene since I want you folks to enjoy it at your leisure time. This is just an additional motivation to book your tickets just in case you haven't yet. The song will instantly bring a smile on the face of all the Indian fans and SRK fans may even dance with joy. It was great to see some Indian connection in the movie after Dopinder of course. Wonder if the Zero actor even knew about it or he was totally clueless. Also Read: From Aamir Khan’s Dangal to Salman Khan’s Wanted, here are 21 films Ranveer Singh took digs at in Deadpool 2 Hindi
This isn't the first time when Deadpool makers have paid a tribute to an Indian movie. Previously in the film that released in 2016, we heard Mera Joota Hai Japani from Raj Kapoor's Mera Naam Joker playing in Dopinder's cab.
I was one of the few lucky ones who had an opportunity to watch and review the movie three days prior to release. The movie was personally very engaging for me. You will find yourself beaming from ear to ear on most of the occasions and you can blame the dialogues for giving you a major stomach ache. Self praising, hilarious and fourth wall breaking lines will keep you entertained throughout the film. While I have seen many superheroes movies till date, who catered to typical family audiences, Deadpool is different. It’s gross and justifies its R-rating which ultimately works in its favour. The movie is expected to create a havoc at the box office just like its prequel.
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