The four good-for-nothing jokers - Roy, Adi, Manav and Boman again see their old arch enemy - the corrupt Insp. Kabir Nayak. But he's no longer a cop and instead of chasing crooks, he's chasing money, driving a Merc and has a posh office and a lavish villa. The four madcaps decide that come what may, they will share Kabir's g...more
The four good-for-nothing jokers - Roy, Adi, Manav and Boman again see their old arch enemy - the corrupt Insp. Kabir Nayak. But he's no longer a cop and instead of chasing crooks, he's chasing money, driving a Merc and has a posh office and a lavish villa. The four madcaps decide that come what may, they will share Kabir's good fortune. And so they blackmail Kabir into making them his business partners. But soon their dreams are going to turn into nightmares as Kabir has his own hidden agenda. less
“With a senseless plot, ultra-loud performances and several over the top gags, Double Dhamaal registers itself to the list of most unsuccessful sequels in Bollywood. Give it a miss!”
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When the first thing that the Director has to offer you is Kangna Ranaut's cleavage, it has to go downhill from there. I mean, they are so in your face, its hard to notice anything else that is happening onscreen. Double Dhamaal truly starts with a double entendre. I wondered whether they had anything else to offer.
Turns out, they had. They had Mallika Sherawat's assets and Ashish Chowdhary's as well. The guy was at his obnoxious best dressed up like an overgrown, seedy looking woman. I sincerely hoped they had given him a couple of decent dialogues to match.
The film is an endless tirade (spanning an excruciating 2 hrs and 20 minutes) of inane dialogues and predictable sequences. There is one where a real Gorilla appears when Choudhary has to pretend to be one: Tell me if you haven't seen it before. There is an idiotic Mumbai 'bhai' who turns to Sadhugiri which ends in a 5 minute sequence lifted from Sunil Pal's act (He's a comedian who rose to the limelight 5-6 years ago, only to disappear again). And there are the 4 total buffoons who end up with mud on their faces in the first scene itself. Ironically.
And what about Sanjay Dutt ? The guy with his XXXXL size suits couldnt hide his paunch, or his receding hairline. He has literally hammed through such roles for the better part of his career, and he doesnt have any difficulty in this one. No actress worth her salt wants to work opposite him now, except Mallika Sherawat or Lara Dutta.
About the actresses, the lesser said the better. Mallika Sherawat has been instrumental in drawing 90% of the crowds with the promise of gyrating to 'Jalebi Bai', and she truly doesn't disappoint. Kangana is living under the impression that she looks cute while she grins goofily. Time for a reality check, and a hair dresser change too.
If Sanju Baba is still your hero, and you giggle on hearing 'Gaandol' and 'Bulund' without the 'Bu', go ahead and book your tickets because from what I witnessed in the theater, there were lots of people who were amused.
But seriously, What a way to start your weekend. Duhh !!