Golmaal Again: 7/10 It was 2009 when I watched my first film in the theatre, and the film was 2012. There was a massive crowd, long queue of people waiting for their turn to get tickets, tickets prices were doubled up and people were blacking the ticket. It looked like if the whole city has come out to watch the film and I thought watching a film in a theatre is always like this. Since then, 9 years have been passed and I've watched almost 100 films in theatre but that my experience of watching a film in the theatre was never repeated again until tomorrow when I went to watch Golmaal Again. I tell you the crowd literally defined the word 'MADNESS', and I spent three craziest hours of my life in theatre and it was meant to be enjoyed. Suppose what could happen when 500 people yelling, cheering, whistling and clapping so loudly so you can't even listen half of the dialogues of the film. But, this time you don't make a complaint, you be part of their madness, their way of celebration. And, the whole story counts on as why I enjoyed the film very much.
Moving on to the film. It's way better than what it looked from the theatrical trailer. The film defiantly doesn't make sense but I'll be a fool if I even take that 'sense' thing into consideration. It was all down to some funny acts, some fresh punchlines and a reasonably fast-paced story with some Rohit Shetty's signature style action sequences. You get all that. The ghost angle worked big time, and every time Nana Patekar scene happened on the screen, we had a laugh riot. It was good to see Prakash Raj in an antagonist role after a long time. Tabu looked young and fresh. Parineeti Chopra is charismatic here and is the prime character of the film, she pulled out her role beautifully. Ajay Devgn and his old buddies have done a better job than the previous installment.
Well, the film doesn't get everything right their way. For me, climax didn't work, it was completely flat. I wanted it to have more dramatic and flamboyant, but they made a rustic end. Also, there were some same old routine jokes and some sounded forced, that was expected anyway. Ultimately, if you are going to watch it and you know the man Rohit Shetty and what he makes, you won't feel cheated or disappointed. The film stands out to the root of the franchise and can be called second best of the franchise. Rest is assured.
Go Go Golmaal..