Money Hai To Honey Hai - Notepad

wogma rating: Switch channels if it's on cable (?)
quick review:

An adorable idea pulped to a deplorable mince. 6 characters are so busy doing their own thing that the story just seems like a by-product.



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Plot Summary

An heirless business tycoon is about to die. He chooses 6 random people to inherit his business.

What Worked

Nothing really...except for the basic-basic idea.

What did not

Note: This section simply lists the things that I did not like in this movie. This is not the overall impression about this movie. Please read the full review here

  • How can there be a clause in the will that the company will not be sold!? Is it even an enforceable clause? Ok, assuming the clause is enforceable, how come talk of a sale came up later?
  • The Govinda-Lord Shiva swimming pool scene. What was that? Why was that?
  • The sudden infusion of familial feelings in the team.
  • Sudden burst of philosophical/preachy dialogues given to Govinda's dad.
  • Why was the will not read out in one go? Why was it being read out in installments as convenient to the twists in the story?
  • How come Ravi Kishan's character didn't know that the business had liabilities?


This section lists things that I think are not important to the overall impact of the movie. In most cases, it could be explained away by something like, "we noticed the glitch after the scene was shot and there were schedule/budget issues and thus we could not re-shoot it". I like giving the makers the benefit of doubt, but I am amused nevertheless. Hopefully, they will tickle you too.

  • The sketch pen tattoos that Govinda and Upen Patel wore were visibly smudged!