Double Dhamal Movie Review




Cast
Arshad Warsi

Sanjay Datt

Ritesh Deshmukh

Javved Jafri

Ashish Chowdhury

Mallika Sherawat

Kangana Ranaut

Shatish Kaushik

Director
Indra Kumar

Rating
**1/2

Double Dhamal

No animals were hurt in the making of this film, unless you believe Ashish Chowdhury in his gorilla suit to be abused by another gorilla (which is apparently the World monkeys Emraan Hashmi). Hashmi is ironic that in itself is often referred to as the chimpanzee, the human world. And yes, this film is about the famous-mad-quartet "Dhamaal" monkey around like the Indian version of "Planet of the Apes." And if the brand of humor known as "stupid fun" do not row your boat, not being on this roller coaster stop the madness. But if you do, enjoy the ride.


The film has a bit much, considering such films can even do without one. Our super-party, Adi (Arshad Warsi), Manav (Javed Jaffrey), Roy (Riteish Deshmukh) and Boman (Ashish Chowdhury) still love doing what they did in Dhamaal simple: make money without doing any constructive.


After several sequences inspired by "The Three Strooges" many young artists seriously injured and some terribly childish jokes confronted by their nemesis in the first part, Kabir (Sanjay Dutt). Kabir, who was a cop in the first part has suffered a career transition logic to become a millionaire crook. In its mission tirelessly to catastrophic for our four lazy lazy, it is now supported by two assistants, the love interest, Kamini (Mallika Sherawat) and sister Kiya (Kangna Ranaut) which two are fighting for space to screen, as they are often (wrongly) ignored.


The film chug along as fast as each gang are constantly trying to outsmart the other through fun situations and accoutrements exaggerated. Each of the four idiots are an average of three characters in the film and mimic atleast two Bollywood actors in each scene. They do all this while trying to seek revenge of Kabir, which leaves a greasy mess (go figure). So this time they want to destroy the Kabir personal, professional and domestic, as well. Why? There is a dialogue about how it makes a final revenge or something like that.


An interesting character in the film is minor Bhai Bata (Satish Kaushik), including an assortment abuse make him a complete joy to watch. His only winning includes "silent film dubbing artist KE" and "lower dropout hui ki phat ticket". The film also takes a dig at many others, but one of Guzaarish is hilarious. A fly buzzes around the nose Manav ( when he claims to be a lunatic) is crushed with a slipper Roy, adding, "Rich machchar Marne ki mujhe Guzaarish BHI Hi Puri PADT Karni Hain"


Disguise the most unspeakable Boman to cross-dressing as avatar Barbara Gori, where he took the title of the film (Double D) as a measure of some inappropriate endowded of his body. Yes, he stuck to the gorilla suit.


It is difficult to say whether a player is better or worse than another. Yet, Riteish and Arshad Javed Jaffrey are natural and non-homeless people could be more fun if he actually retarded. Mallika Sherawat will be chosen the most important for girls as he sneaks the product number of the film, which he is the right role.


Besides the title track, manage any sufficiently impress or push. No dance Sanjay Dutt in the title number can be just punching the air vague, but it did the trick.


The film is a simple reason: it is a lot of cards so that gag would be atleast some of you have not heard. And then, out of them, some want to really enjoy. Eventually, everyone will find something to hold on.


With everything going for the film, Kangana is very slury speak almost found its way to recovery. Hope it is around "Teeple dhamaal".


For more info: indipopbollywood.blogspot.com

0 comments:

Tu comentario será moderado la primera vez que lo hagas al igual que si incluyes enlaces. A partir de ahi no ser necesario si usas los mismos datos y mantienes la cordura. No se publicarán insultos, difamaciones o faltas de respeto hacia los lectores y comentaristas de este blog.

Advertisement

iphone-3gs300x250_banner

ShareThis