Reviews|November 5, 2010 7:58 pm

Golmaal 3 Movie Review

After huge success of Golmaal 1 and 2, obviously there were high expectations for the 3rd part too. As expected, the shows were fully packed. Everyone wanted to enjoy the Diwali with the dose of laughter and I am sure everyone got the good amount of dose too.

So, the movie.. hmm.. the movie is basically basically a bad adaptation of old classic Khatta Meetha. Pritam (Mithun Chakraborty) lives with his 3 sons, Madhav (Arshad Warsi), Lucky (Tushar Kapoor) and Laxman (Kunal Khemu). On the other side, Geeta (Ratna Pathak) lives with his 2 sons, Gopal (Ajay Devgan) and Laxman (Shreyas Talpade). Pritam realizes that Geeta is no one but his girlfriend to whom he could not marry. And finally both decide to get married and stay together. But how successful will this move be? Will their children accept this? Well, no it’s not a rocket science nor it’s difficult to predict, so don’t think much and watch the movie to enjoy some fun moments.

On the story front, I would not like to comment on it as it was copy of the movie Khatta Meetha. Just few new characters to keep the comic theme alive. Like the other 2 parts, you need to keep your brain away and stop connecting the scenes with the logic. The first half was full of comic moments, most of the silly ones but yet funny. Really loved the Johnny Lever’s character, Puppy Bhai.

Like many other movies, the movie lost the track in the 2nd half. It kept dragging for quite sometime and got back on the track towards the last half an hour. There were many rude scenes in  the movie which I could not digest but sadly people were enjoying those scenes. Those scenes were mainly related to Gopal. The scenes with Gopal and guys pointing fingers at him. The scene with the dog biting Pritam’s buttocks.

On the acting front, none of them were impressive but Johnny Level stole the show with his superb acting. Lead actors.. hmm.. they all were funny but absolutely nothing new, they just carried what they had left in other 2 Golmaal movies. Mithun Chakrobarty was good in parts. Reena Pathak did not have much to do but she was good. Kareena was over the top in many parts.

So, overall, the movie was strictly okay, nothing great but it’s made for the masses and I am sure the masses will love this movie (as I saw people laughing out loud like crazy). I would rate this movie

Rating: ★★½☆☆