Polam Pol
A humorous film about dreams, aspirations, rib-tickling situations, packed in a quick-paced narrative.
2D

Polam Pol

Gujarati
ComedyDrama
12 Feb, 2016
2 hrs 25 mins
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722 votes
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The story of Polam Pol revolves around two friends Duggi (Jimmit Trivedi) and Montu (Ojas Rawal), who are like chalk and cheese, and are struggling to make a name for themselves as writers and directors of Gujarati plays. Duggi is street smart and dreams of becoming a film director, while Montu is a simpleton, straightforward and principled by nature. They both are in love with Anjali (Jinal Belani) their best pal from college days, but have never discussed this among themselves. All hell breaks loose when they finally share their feelings for Anjali with each other. Best friends become foes.

Mangilal (Jayesh More) and Bhikulal (Prem Gadhavi) are two brothers and have migrated to Ahmedabad from their village in Rajasthan, with dreams in their eyes to make it big in the city and to get married to a film actress. Duggi and Montu are frequent visitors to their shop and share a cat and mouse relationship with the brothers.

As a result of some crazy events and quirky circumstances Anjali meets Mangilal and Bhikulal and now both the brothers are besotted by Anjali and are in a race to outwit each other to marry her first.

All the four guys want to marry Anjali, but who eventually will?

Here onward starts a roller-coaster ride of funny situations, manipulations, chaos, hilarious behind-the-scenes drama, crazy backstage shenanigans all resulting into a wholesome entertainer Polam Pol.
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The film opens with Sanat Vyass play and director Tejas Padiaas small appearance in the film. Director of Polam Pol, Tejas arrives in the theatre as soon as the play of Sanat Vyas starts. He interrupts the play (by talking loudly), which leaves the audience laughing. The movie starts on a funny note, continues to amuse the audience till the end. The movie has some dull moments in between, but overall, it is surely going to entertain you. ...Read full review
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