Golmaal 3 - Notepad
Dir: Rohit Shetty
Any decent movie must either tell a good story or provide good experience. Though there is not much to call a story in Golmaal 3, it does provide a good experience nevertheless. Also, it is a mad caper spoof of several Bollywood movies – both retro and current.
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Warning: this section has some details that could distort your experience while watching the movie. I strongly recommend reading this only after you have seen the movie or if you have decided not to see it.
I wish Rohit had found a better way to include himself in the screen. Thankfully, that was at the end and audience just gaped mutely. I wish if that was more fun.
Ah, there is ‘Facebook’ in the movie and one of Kareena’s T-shirt reads, ‘Can Facebook Tweet?’
Interestingly, I didn’t spot a single family inside the theater, mostly a young crowd. But then it was morning of Diwali.
Few scenes that stand out – One, where gang of step brothers show each other things (lollypop, cactus plant et al) to torment the other. It is a suggestive scene, implying that this will be shoved up your ass. Yet the histrionics by the actors make it laughable when there are no dialogues. It ends with a note from ‘Hum Saath Saath Playing Out’
One emotional moment, when Tusshar reveals something heartbreaking to all his brothers. Considering Tusshar cannot speak, at that moment everyone including the step-brothers, instantly understands what he is trying to tell.
Mithun’s reaction to the gift by his step-children – yeh kuch odd sa nahi lag raha hai.
Tusshar Kapoor’s mute character always stands out in Golmaal movie, but this time he had to share it with Shreyas Talpade’s stammer.