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Gopal,Laxman1,Madhav,Lucky and Laxman 2 live in orphanage of Jamnadas.One day they come across an abandoned baby outside the orphanage and name her Kushi.Gopal and Mahadav don't get well with each other and often have fights.Gopal leaves the orphanage with Laxman 1 and Madhav also leaves with Lucky and Laxman 2.Years later they have grown up an earn good by doing con jobs and send a share to Jamnadas's orphanage.One day they come to know that Jamnadas is no more and they go to attend his prayer meeting.Anna their childhood friend who can communicate with spirits meets them at a prayer meeting.While the 5 boys leave the orphanage after the prayer meeting a strange figure follows them.Anna is sure the boys will come back in orphanage as the strange figure wants their help.Written by
Golmaal Again is a film directed by Rohit Shetty. The trailers for this film didn't excite me as I knew that it was going to be the same thing repeated all over again. And that is what I exactly got.
Plot: Gopal and his friends go to Jamnadas orphanage when its owner dies and discover something that changes their lives.
Story and direction: Knowing what Rohit Shetty has done in the past, I didn't keep my expectations high. The film starts off quite nicely. But as it progresses, I felt that it is the same thing all over again. When will filmmakers understand that the audience is evolving? I know that there is a section of audiences who love such films. But there is a limit. Comedy means to go slapstick for some people, which this film is all about. When the interval showed that there is some scope of improvement, again we go right back to square one. The film could have been so much better, but they wanted to go the conventional route. The film is 150 minutes long which could have been over in like 2 hours. The VFX were not up to the mark. But there was some good in this film. The cinematography and production design were not compromised. It looked very gigantic and huge. Also looked colourful, this is not a pain to the eye. We can doubt Rohit's directorial abilities but when it comes to action I can salute him. The way he directs those scenes are great.
Performances: I still don't understand what does Ajay Devgn get doing these kind of films. Arshad Warsi, Shreyas Talpade and Kunal Khemu basically do nothing here. Tusshar Kapoor is doing what he does best. Tabu is totally wasted. Parineeti Chopra has nothing to do except standing as a statue in most of the scenes. Prakash Raj was very bad. Johnny Lever wasn't also used considering the potential he has. Same can be said for Sanjay Mishra.
Music: I don't think that there was even a shred of some sensible music in this film. Even 5 music directors couldn't come up with one single great track.
Verdict: The basic idea for this film to be made was to cash in on Ajay-Rohit team popularity. I still think nothing can beat the first Golmaal. But still, I can say that this is a one-time watch.
I am going with a 5/10.
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