Golmaal Again comes back with less of fun and more of flatness
Making people laugh isn’t a piece of cake.
It not only requires creativity, but newness, involvement, right dose of fun, and a proportionate mix of reasoning too.
A little imbalance will do but dragging a comedy film is a big no.
That’s what happened with Golmaal!
Watch it If you like -
Few moments and situations are really funny, Colorful and feel good film setting, Performances are good, Some dialogues are creative
But Beware of -
There is no script post interval, Dragged and Dull, Not an out and out comedy film
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Rohit Shetty breaks his flying-cars pattern and tried to bring in some newness in his seventh highest grossing comedy film series in Bollywood. There is golmaal, there is fun, there is twist, but nothing stays throughout.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
Continuing from the second installment are writers Sajid-Farhad and Yunus Sajawal.
Chaos is an essential for a comedy movie, especially nowadays, more the chaos and confusion, more is the fun quotient. Relying on chaos to the fun element, well this is both a good and a bad thing, but in comedy films, there is something that’s a big no.
That’s movie length. Addition of unnecessary situations and dragged scenes doesn’t do any good to any film, and in a comedy film, these definitely doesn’t fit. What did fit though was the dreamy colorful backdrop of Southern India.
The first half is nice, entertaining enough with every actor trying to cast his/her impression. The second half has nothing, literally nothing, one-line story and a whole lot of screenplay. The fact is, even if there is no story, audiences expect fun and laughter, even that went missing.
Also. the movie is very predictable. People would adjust with that too, but then the audiences will go see this for a wonderful time and many expectations will be hurt.
The actors did full efforts to tickle our bones though.
Tabu was a surprise, it was good seeing her in a comedy film. Ajay Devgn as Gopal couldn’t deliver his past quirk. Arshad Warsi as Madhav on the other still has the funny expressions and spontaneity.
Tushar Kapoor as Lucky is like an entertaining constant. Shreyas Talpade as Laxman was really funny and comfortable in his role. Kunal Khemu was the most energetic one. Parineeti Chopra looked cute but acted decently.
Prakash Raj as Vasu Reddy, Mukesh Tiwari as Vasooli Bhai, Murali Sharma as Inspector Dande and
Neil Nitin Mukesh as Nikhil were good.
Johnny Lever as Pappi Bhai, Sanjay Mishra as Babli Bhai, Ashwini Kalsekar as Damini and Vrajesh Hirjee as Pappu, talented actors who deserved better situations/roles and more screen space.
Wait till you see a surprise actor whose mere voice and then presence will make you laugh.
Geet Sangeet (Music)
The songs are good, their placement too is good. The songs are very easy going with the movie flow, they don’t seem as an added or irrelevant annoyance.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
If you are a big fan of Golmaal franchise, then it’s better to watch the other three parts, because this one is a disappointment. It tried to deliver something new, deliver its best, but couldn’t.