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 ... See full summary »
When a child falls into the well of the temple and Abbas breaks the temple's lock to save the child. When Prithviraj arrives at the scene, Ravi says Abbas's name as Abhishek Bachchan to ... See full summary »
Four slackers and con-men namely: Boman Contractor, who lives a wealthy lifestyle with his eccentric dad, Nari, who loves his antique car more than his son, and asks his son to leave when ... See full summary »
Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge? is the story of Puneet and Munmun, a happily married couple living in Mumbai whose lives take an interesting turn when a distant relative, Chachaji turns up ... See full summary »
Konkona Sen Sharma,
Sameer Arya, Martand Damdere, Pankaj Tiwari, and Gautam Sesodia are friends who live in a small town in India. Broke, accident-prone, and unable to pay rent to their landlady, they are ... See full summary »
After selling fake examination papers to students, Madhav, Laxman and Lucky re-locate to Goa, and not only get into verbal & physical confrontations with Gopal and Laxman, but also ruin their jet-ski and fire-works businesses. Feeling threatened, they inform their bus-driver father, Pritam, who goes to confront Gopal and Laxman, and finds out that their mother, Geeta P. Chopra, is his long-lost love. Gopal's girlfriend, Daboo, overhears their conversation, and gets them dramatically married - just in time as Pritam is heavily in debt and is about to be evicted by goons led by Raghav. Chaos and violent confrontations will become the order when he takes his children to live with Geeta, and the newly married couple may conclude that divorce may be the only solution to end their respective children's disputes. Written by
Pathak and Chakravarty steal the show in this better forgotten mess
Rohit Shetty is back with his Golmaal sequel once again. The first film was bad enough, the second one was even worse. Unfortunately, I couldn't get out of watching the third one which horrendous to say the least. Shetty is a terrible director and Ajay Devgan should steer clear of comedy. Johnny Lever makes an irritating comeback. Kareena Kapoor should have quit movies a long long time ago. It's a pity to see actors like Arshad Warsi, Ashwini Kalsekar and Shreyas Talpade wasted in this mess. The supposedly dramatic sequences are laughably bad. The only part of 'Golmaal 3' that I enjoyed was the Mithun Chakrabarty- Ratna Pathak track. The flashback sequence, which pays tribute to Mithun's famous 'Disco Dancer' was hilarious as it parodies the 70's romantic movies. Prem Chopra does a laugh-out-loud job here. Chakravarty and Pathak steal the show. Without a doubt this would have been a better film had it focused on their storyline and the subsequent reunion. Enough 'Golmaals' already. Why not make something decent for a change or something that's at least funny?
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?