Director Rohit Shetty’s hattrick Golmaal 3, starring a bandwagon of goofballs and comedians, will have you in splits for the entire length of the film. Although Golmaal 2 took a dip, this one hits the roof again with its comic capers. A perfect Diwali masti-ful family entertainer!
In a flashback mode we see old troubled man Mithunda as a dashing pelvic gyrating Disco Dancer of the 70’s. In order to win his love, Ratna Pathak Shah, he’s asked in a very filmy ishtyle by the girl’s father, who is none other than Prem, Prem Chopra, to fill a suitcase with greens. The 70’s spoof is super and we all love it! And as it turns out this Diwali both the chartbusters are colour riot spoofs of 70’s Bollywood. So returning to the super hilarious and shockingly nonsensical storyline … Mithunda slaves as a coconut vendor during the day (Agneepath), and halwawalla on weekends (Dance Dance) in order to earn the much needed lakhs. Its mockery of the poor boy-rich girl stories that woed Bollywood once. Mithunda once again sets the stage on fire while dancing to “I am Disco Dancer…” and pulls off an adorable self-spoof!
The film goes on to mock everyone from saifeena (Saif-Kareena jodi) to kamina (Shahid of Kaminey) to having gangster Pritam (Johnny Lever) suffer from the Ghajini syndrome of short term memory loss. He along with his two sidekicks (whose clothes will have you colour blind) have their own series of acts that could be aired on a comedy show.
Both lovers remain single and go onto adopt orphaned children. Kareena is the carefree, sparkling and bubbly girl who plays cupid and unites the two. The only problem is that Ratna has three foster children, Ajay Devgn (as the Hulk who’ll have you twist in slow motion in mid-air before crashing into glass), Shreyas Talpade (with a spectacular stammer), and chirpy Kareena while Mithunda has also adopted three hooligans, Arshad Warsi, Tusshar Kapoor and Kunal Khemu and both these factions have been warring over their gang financed businesses! They all come to live in one house and all hell breaks loose!
Multiple short storylines run in parallel. Each character has its own quirks and comic scenes which ensures ample entertainment. There’s comedy packed even in the implausible action scenes …a car on a giant wheel anyone? Leave your brains behind for this comedy circus and have a Diwali BLAST!