Yash and Raj are small time crooks and childhood buddies. Raj wants to lead an honest life, but alas, Yash always manages to do something. When Yash robs the First Village Bank, the innocent bank manager, Zandulal, also falls under suspicion. Zandulal manages to get some time to search for the two and prove his innocence. On ...more
Yash and Raj are small time crooks and childhood buddies. Raj wants to lead an honest life, but alas, Yash always manages to do something. When Yash robs the First Village Bank, the innocent bank manager, Zandulal, also falls under suspicion. Zandulal manages to get some time to search for the two and prove his innocence. On the other hand, Arjun Singh, a bungling cop is desperately searching for Marcos whose gang committed a robbery at International Diamond Centre. less
“No Problem has SEVERAL problems. Skip this one for sure!”
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For most of the mindless comic capers nowadays, makers provide an advance statuary-warning not to carry their brains to the theatres. But believe me, none could flaunt this tag better than the (not-so) thinking-tank of 'No-Problem'. Anees Bazmi thrives on such No-brainers and against all odds (Read 'critics') managed hat-trick of hits, namely No-Entry, Welcome and Singh Is Kinng. His latest offering also revolves around the same formula which juxtapose more than dozen characters which makes clown out of themselves (and sometimes, audiences too).
Though Anees' movies generally suffer from too many valleys and very few of peaks, but one thing is constant for sure; all the characters, whether good or bad, excels in buffoonery act. For a change, though, this time Anees Bazmi had the services of number of big stars and they come to the rescue of lack-lustre screenplay, to an extent. The biggest 'problem' with this ironicly-titled film is the fact that the characters and situations are so very predictable; once you make-up your mind as per the depicted mad-mad world, each and every move could be foreseen and that kills all the fun. There are surely few scenes that do tickle your funny bone (provided, the bone is not connected to brain) but those are too few and too far. Similar to the whole product, climax was also mixed bag; on one hand, Gorilla scene was highly uncalled for, but Anees' tribute to 'Singh is King" was satisfactory to say the least.
As I said, impressive starcast makes 'No-Problem' a decent watch. The likes of Sanjay Dutt, Akshay Khanna and Paresh Rawal plays their respective tomfoolery to perfection. Sushmita impresses to start with, but soon becomes too monotonous for her own comfort. While Suniel Shetty is wasted, its good to see Ranjeet with his 'Once in a Blue-Moon' enactment after a big hiatus. Kangna Ranaut hams for his life and Neetu Chandra thrives on her oomph-appeal. Vijay Raaz enthralls with his little cameo, though the preachings at the end could have been avoided. Like in No-Entry, the pick of the lot is Anil Kapoor who again sails notch above the script. If background score by Sajid Wajid is appealing, Pritam disappoints with a dismal performance (probably the not-so-happening songs are his 'original' compositions).
Maverick Verdict: If a senseless, baseless, brainless and spineless comic caper deserves your weekend evening, then go give it a dekko. No-Problem neither entertains to the fullest, nor it bores you to death; so make your 'pick' and choose/discard this 'flick'. In any case you would STAY IN PEACE jibing No Problem....No Problem!!!