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I am not against mindless entertainers (I love One Two Three), and I was able to enjoy some moments in the previous two editions, but this movie is a complete waste of time. None of the scenes are funny and there is just no coherence, all the characters are shouting at all times and going overboard. I got a bad headache after watching it, I am glad that I didn't have to pay to watch it. Clearly worst movies of the year doesn't even deserve a 1 star. There is hardly any plot and the incessant shouting and fighting and impromptu song sequences do not help in any way.
My sincerest request to the director, please don't make a Golmaal 4 and please stop abusing the name of Hrishikesh Mukherjee's Golmaal!
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