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Konkona Sen Sharma,
Obsessed with day-time TV soaps, Ekta Santoshi starts suspecting her husband, Gopal, of having an affair with an unknown woman. Not satisfied with his explanations, she decides to investigate, setting off a chain of hilarious events. These involve her dumb brother/hair-stylist, Lucky; her sister-in-law, Esha, who loves ACP Madhav Singh Ghai; two individuals both named Anthony Gonsalves; amongst many others that result in a hapless Gopal's arrest for the homicide of his co-worker, Subodh Mehra. Written by
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Golmaal Returns is back again with full of entertainment and enjoyment. I had to clear at first that Golmaal was not in my comedy hit list since I didn't really like it although it was positively received. To me it was a damn senseless and boring story, also performances were not deeply committed by the actors.
But this second version of Golmaal is quiet hilarious and hope it can be one of the best comedies of 2008. The most noticeable case with director Rohit is that he mostly repeats his favourite cast in his every movie. That includes – Ajay Devgan, Arshad Warsi, Mukesh Tiwari, Sanjay Mishra etc. This time he made a bit masala of suspense and action than Golmaal but comedy is still his favourite subject. The screenplay and dialogues are really impressive, which ignite to concentrate on the story. The new additions to this series are Shreyas Talpade, Anju Shuklani and Amrita Arora who were not in Golmaal. But Shreyas strongly proved that he is not less than Sharman who was originally casted as Laxman Prasad in the first version. This difference of casting was also handled differently by the director in t he story where Gopal (Ajay) meets Laxman (Shreyas) and asks his name, when after learning he replied there was also another Laxman Prasad who passed away. He takes out the picture of Sharman and shows to Shreyas.
Arshad Warsi as inspector Madhav also performed superbly better than Golmaal, where as Tusshar is the best in his role as a deaf but true romantic barber. And as Gopal done by Ajay Devgan, I had to say this is one of his best comedian parts he has offered in his career. He improved a lot after his previous comedies like Pyar To Hona Hi Tha, Ishq, Sunday, Hum Kisise Kum Nahin or Golmaal.
There is no doubt that Golmaal Returns is a clean and fresh movie without any dark side. This made the movie to be successful with majority of audiences.
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