Starring: Ajay Devgan, Kareena Kapoor, Tusshar Kapoor, Arshad Warsi, Kunal Khemu, Shreyas Talpade, Johnny Lever, Mithun Chakraborty, Ratna Pathak
Golmaal is back again to eat your brains, waste your money and make you regret all your life why you dedicated 2 precious hours to watch such nonsense. Well, not really. The movie is far better than the second part and almost as good (or bad) as the first. Gopal (Devgan), Laxman (Talpade) and Gopal's girlfriend Daboo (Kareena Kapoor) run a jet-ski business in Goa. On the other hand, three useless brothers, Madhav (Warsi), Laxman (Khemu) and Lucky (Tusshar Kapoor) are struggling to make a living and decide to start a jet-ski business too. Each of the sides are financed by some small time crook. Puppy (Lever) the crook who finances Madhav and his team, has stolen the queens necklace and has an uncanny habit of forgetting who and what he is doing every few minutes. Madhav and Gopal get into a tussle over who has the right to run the same business on the same beach and both sides swear enmity against the other and seek an opportunity to fight. Pritam (Chakraborty) has adopted Madhav and the boys but they don't know that they are adopted. Same goes for Gopal and Laxman who are adopted by Geeta (Pathak). Geeta and Pritam once loved each other but fate had its way and separated them for many years until they finally see each other in Goa. Will the boys dissolve their hatred to make their parents happy? The movie thankfully does not have the very typical cliched comedy that Bollywood is known to have. Punchy and hilarious dialogues are scattered across the movie which make it a fun watch. The movie spoofs on multiple movies and Indian personalities which makes it an even better entertainer. Even though the lines were good enough to make you laugh, it somehow seemed as if they weren't used to their full potential. Its a no-brainer which you might enjoy, but don't expect too much either.
Thumbs up: Fantastic dialogues, Johnny Lever
Thumbs down: Some boring bits