Golmaal

I got call from Anish on weekend asking if I would like to go for Golmaal and believe me, I was looking for someone to go for it as it had been long time for any movie and finally a movie had come which I wanted to go for. It was call at exactly right time and a prompt yes went from my side ;).

By 1630, I myself, Anish, Rajat, Virender and Deepak were there in City Center. Even at that time, parking was running full…I wonder if there is any time on weekend when parking in any mall on MG Road is not running out of space.
So yesterday, I watched Golmaal. Movie starts with a refreshing song. The story is about 4 guys. One of them is Sharman Joshi who is student of this college from where others 3 – Ajay Devgan, Tusshar Kapoor, Arshad Warsi were expelled about 10 years ago. But they are close friends of Sharman and hence help Sharman to get expelled :). There college activities are quite innovative and funny be it asking for donation/chanda for cancer treatment of Principal or leaking the papers. The customized 4-seater Harley Davidson bike is another fun part of this movie. Then after expulsion, getting into the home of a blind couple, the funny and emotional turn abouts and then entrance of this beautiful girl-next door – Rimi Sen. There are scenes where you just cant avoid laughing yourself, no matter how hard you try – when Sharman uses his handkerchief to get the feeling of cover over himself in its absence, translation of Tushar’s actions as he is mute, dialogues like kha kar khudkushi karoonga (will suicide after having food), Ajay’s dadagiri over rest of 3, pulling legs of others in front Rimi, then tries of Sharman/Arshad/Tushar to kill him, Arshad’s to innocent acts & his copy of Shushmita Mukharji as in movie Black – o man that was hilarious when he says – shayad baraf padne wali hai, Paresh’s B&W luv story, Vasooli/Sanju bhai, The Villiain, Brijesh Hirji’s snake fight! Perhaps it is debut of Ajay Devgan in a comedy movie but he wasn’t that boring. The chase for Rimi was comical and so was the finish! It is a beautiful story written by Neeraj Vora (Hera Pheri/Hulchul/Phir Hera Pheri/Garam Masala/Deewane Hue Pagal fame) and well directed by Rohit Shetty.
All in all, after The Da Vinci Code, it is the movie worth watching…after a big break of movies like Fanaa, Phir Hera Pheri, Corporate, Krrish, Superman etc. I loved watching this one.

After fun-time of 3 hours, we were out by 2000 and then shreded few thousands…it is impossible for us to refrain from shopping if entered on MG Road…specially when it is sale season by every big brand name like Levi’s/Lee/Arrow/Reebok…name it and it will be there.
Rating?…4/5

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