Over the past one decade, Director Rohit Shetty has assumed certain mannerism in his film-making style that appeals to the viewers who look for a good dose of entertainment and repels those who look for logic. ‘Golmaal Again’ the fourth instalment in the Golmaal franchise is another movie from Rohit Shetty factory that proves he makes movies for the masses and not for the critics.
Talking about the film, this Ajay Devgn starrer isn’t much different from previous films of Golmaal series. Gags, sports cars, garish setups, laughter and a new addition of ‘ghosts’, Golmaal Again has all the elements of a vast buffet that promise a good dose of merriment that you can only enjoy if you leave your rational brains back at home.
The five musketeers, Gopal (Ajay Devgn), Madhav (Arshad Warsi), Lucky (Tusshar Kapoor), Laxman (Shreyas Talpade) and Laxman, again! (Kunal Khemu) are orphans who grew up in a orphanage in Ooty. Upon learning that the a builder Vasu Reddy (Prakash Raj) and his associate, Nikhil (Neil) have some plans for the property, the gang of five decides to stop their endeavours. However, there’s a twist in the story, meet the friendly ghost ho has taken abode in the orphanage and the only hope is Anna Mathew (Tabu) whohas expertise in talking to spirits and helps the gang.
Again, Golmaal Again will disappoint those looking for substance but for those looking for style, it will just do the trick.