Star Cast:Mithun Chakraborty,Ajay Devgn,Kareena Kapoor,Arshad Warsi,Tusshar Kapoor,Shreyas Talpade,Kunal Khemu
Music :Pritam,Kumaar (lyrics)
Producer :Dhillin Mehta
Written By :K Subhash,Farhad,Yunus Sajawal,Sajid
Editing :Steven H. Bernard
Studio :Shree Ashtavinayak Cine Vision Ltd
Distributed by :Eros International
Release date :5 November 2010
Preceded by :Golmaal Returns
Of course, it’s a no-brainer comedy and isn’t meant for people who prefer wisdom in wit too. And only the foolish would go hunting for a meaning in the madcap antics that explode on the screen as the ensemble cast assiduously sets aside the high brow for slapstick.
But no one’s complaining. Because Ajay Devgn’s angry explosions, Tusshar Kapoor’s verbal antics, Arshad Warsi’s rougish revelry, Sanjay Mishra’s delightful mis-spellings…are all rib-tickling stuff. And providing a perfect backdrop to this brazen display of testosterone and brattish tomfoolery are the senior citizens: Mithun and Ratna Pathak Shah who play the romantic couple in ’70s style. Mithun literally recreates his Disco Dancer chutzpah by romancing an Alice-band sporting Ratna Pathak Shah with his signature dance steps. But the one who’s obviously having the greatest fun amongst the band of boys is Kareena Kapoor as Dabboo, the orphan who is hell bent on creating the Hum Saath Saath Hain happy family out of the warring factions. Kareena’s vibrant, vivacious and ekdum bindaas, almost in sync with the outrageous palette of colours that Rohit Shetty uses for the sets and costumes of his film. You can’t be sad, mournful or morose after the colour blast — red, yellow, orange, pink, purple — that hits you in this over-the-top film.