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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Its ironic that a film titled No Problem, is riddled with so many, that just jotting them down could be a film schools summer assignment.
Not that one expected a classic form Anees Bazmee, whose last film rooster has Singh is King and Welcome to its (dis)credit. But at least those films gave us a laugh here, a tickle there, and some great music. No Problem has nothing to offer from the word go.
The film is confused. A comedy of errors, a heist adventure, an action comedy ala the Golmaal series, it tries to be all of these, ending up being a total washout.
The film has an apology for a storyline. Akshaye Khanna and Sanjay Dutt are crooks after diamonds, and they are being chased by gangster Suniel Shetty, and cop Anil Kapoor. The ladies are consistently hamming it up, and have nothing by way of a role in the film. Kangana and Neetu Chandra seem to be in the midst of Whose the worst dressed actress ever reality show, while Sushmita, playing a schizophrenic wife, is a total eye sore. The music is jarring to be polite to the composers, while acting is uniformly unbearable.
Pathetic pedestrian PJs for jokes, juvenile slapstick in the name of comedy, and insensitive bordering on racist dialogues (that I cant fathom who would find funny) make up for most of the films viewing length. It would have worked at least if there were some saleable stars in it. The entire star cast save for Kangana are have-been-still-not-retiring aged folks, while Kangana definitely fits better in a performance based character role than a mindless bimbo act.
In the past few years, I have come to expect the least from a bollywood comedy. But No Problem takes the charade a bit too far. Chuck it, if you want to retain your faith in Bollywoods ability to entertain.