'Golmaal Again' Movie Review: Pinch Of Horror Added To The Fun Roller Coaster Ride With Gopal And Gang

| October 20 , 2017 , 18:26 IST

The latest version of his ever-loved 'Golmaal' series as anticipated was successful in bringing bright smiles on the faces of viewers this Diwali. Much like the earlier editions, Rohit Shetty's comedy-drama 'Golmaal Again' has it all, action, energy and fun element with a pinch of horror in it.

With a revised look and feel and some new faces added to the mix, the film is all one could ask for to make his stressful life happening. As usual, the gang of five jokesters, Gopal, Madhav, Lucky, two Laxmans with their perfect comic timing and lighthearted punches are able to uplift the viewers' spirits in the best way possible.

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The film starts with the gang coming back Seth Jamnadas' orphanage in Ooty where they were brought up for paying homage to their mentor. While they are mourning over his death, they get to know about the ill intentions of a greedy builder Vasu Reddy played by Prakash Raj and his associate, Nikhil (Neil Nitin Mukesh) regarding the ashram plot.

While the gang is at it, they get to know about the new residents of the area, which are some friendly ghosts. Despite trying their best, none of the five is unable to not show their fear which leads to some chucklesome moments. In such a petrifying situation, throw in an Anna Mathew, who apparently can talk to the spirits and guide the five in the case.

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Most didn't expect Tabu to do such a nice job with comedy given her history of playing serious characters but she nailed the role of an exorcist in the film. Parineeti was more or less invisible in the film expect when she was needed to add tadka to the mix. Her character was barely acting as a distraction, which was needed at times.

Despite the presence of ace comedians like Johny Lever and Mukesh Tiwari, it was Shreyas who stole the show while Ajay, Arshad, Tusshar and Kunal were playing their characters with perfection. Amidst the films focused on social issues and serious subjects, the film is a visual delight to watch.