Taking the similar path as “No Entry”, director Rohit Shetty returns with a sequel of Golmaal as Golmaal returns (Which excludes Sharman Joshi). It is a story of an upper middle class family of Gopal whose Innocent wife Meera, who loves daily soaps more than anything always doubts him for whatever he does. But one night Gopal fails to return back home and that changes his entire life. The rest is all the madcap episodes in the process of digging inside the night’s mystery.
Speaking about this film, one will be in a position to guess the next scene in the move. Coming to narration the movie has very limited to offer as a story. The team banked on creating confusion and getting comedy out of it. The direction of the movie was similar to that of its prequel Golmaal.
Golmaal Returns has a huge list of star cast where some of them were over used and some were not used to the extent one might expected them to.
Ajay Devgan (Gopal Kumar Santoshi), he played a role of a manager in a fishery company based in Goa and he did a splendid job for the same. He was right on spot with his comedy as well as serious scenes.
Arshad Warsi (ACP Madhav Singh Ghai), we might expect a decent level of comedy from him, but this time he can be seen over reacting to the situation. And secondly, he was not used properly with reference to his actual potential. He was less comic as well as less effective as compared to his earlier films.
Shreyas Talpade ( Laxman Prasad Apte) – The key maker, who claims that he can solve all the problems and offers his services to Mr Gopal to get out of a particular situation, but later finds himself in the same trap. Coming to his acting he did a good job till the 3/4 th part of the movie but he ended up being wasted in the climax segment.
Tusshar Kapoor (Lucky), the silent comedian of the movie. We all loved his limited presence in the prequel but he is one person who can be seen everywhere in the film. He plays the role of Ekta’s sister who is also a partner of Gopal’s deeds.
Kareena Kapoor (Ekta), she has played the role of Gopal’s wife in movie. Her acting was over the bar of the normal acting lines and was similar to daily serials produced by Balaji Telefilms. To be honest she has delivered what the script has asked for and she did a good job in the songs too.
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Celina Jaitley (Meera), we can see her on screen after a very long time. Although her role in this movie was very limited but she did a great a job of playing a typical south Indian girl. She was able to deliver a pile of humorous south Indian dialogues with ease.
Rest of the cast includes Anjana Sukhani, Sanjay Mishra, Ashwini Kalsekar, Murli Sharma, Vrajesh Hirjee, Preeti Bhutani, Rakhi Vijan, Mukesh Tiwari, Ram Kapoor and Upasna Singh. The roles given to them were confined to a limited period on screen. Where some of them acted as a catalyst of the movie and some had a near zero importance in the movie.
The climax of the movie came as a huge disappointment. Everything was messed up and I couldn’t draw what was happening in there. It was like; the director decided of adding up something more to this film but ended up adding such a messy climax. One of the main plus points of this movie which I enjoyed throughout the movie was its double meaning dialogues and some scenes which were also similar. My advice to my readers would be to watch this movie with your friends rather than your family and I would like to give 1.5 out of 5 for the movie Golmaal returns.