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Jul 10, 2012

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Abbas wants a job, Prithvi wants an honest man. But Abbas spins a tale of twin brothers and multiple mothers - what happens when Prithvi discovers his vivid truth and lies?
You know those heart-charts they have in hospitals, the ones that trace a person's heartbeat up and down in waves? Bol Bachchan (BB) reminds you often of one of those. Rohit Shetty's latest movie has a constant up-and-down aspect to it, one sequence making you shriek in your seat with laughter, another sending your mind wandering off to the mundane. But at the very heart of things - Shetty's madly in love with the movies and BB is his homage to that all-time classic, Golmaal.
In Shetty's version, Abbas Ali (Bachchan) is desperate for work after he and his sister Sania (Asin) lose their parental home. A family friend Shashtri (Asrani) brings them from Delhi-6 to the feudal village of Ranakpur where Prithvijit Raghuvanshi (Devgn) is the lord of all he surveys. Blessed with two obsessions - speaking nothing but the truth and hysteria-inducing English - Prithvi is super-impressed by Abbas, even swallowing his story of being called 'Abhishek Bachchan' when events lead to Abbas breaking open a temple door. As Prithvi insists on employing 'Abhishek', Shastri's son Ravi (Krushna, positively sparkling as he reprises Deven Verma's role in all this golmaal) adds more wheels to Abbas's clattering spin, creating a Muslim twin brother and a super-pious mother to convince Prithvi of Abhishek's propah antecedents. With the mother played by small-time mujra star Zohra Bai (Archana Puran Singh in a loud, colourful role she carries off with the swagger of a satin sharara), and Abbas playing a highly effeminate kathak teacher, hired by Prithvi to teach his petulant sister Radhika (Desai) some dance, things only get funnier.
Devgn's at the top of his form here, mouthing lines like 'Hard work is the keyhole to saxophone' and 'Boy in armpit, hyper-noise pollution in city', meaning bagal mein chora, etc., with deadpan face and shining eyes. Bachchan sags at the start but sizzles with later hilarity, even pulling off a crazy dance sequence to Dola Re. You wish there'd been more of his mad antics but instead, the camera spends considerable time lingering lovingly on Devgn's cleavage as he drives a jeep, pulverizes liars and takes on his weasly cousin.
In contrast to the male leads, the two heroines look pretty but bring little more than a wardrobe of delectable kurtis to the film. In fact, the stellar supporting stars - Asrani, Krushna, Puran Singh and Neeraj Vora as Prithvi's suspicious sidekick Makhan - bring far more zest to the party. With its hilarious moments and film-buff touches - bits of Singham imagery, Bachchan channeling some of that Yuva aggression his way, references from Deewar to Dostana - BB's fun and games. But it's way too long and diverts you needlessly with that wicked cousin angle, a power plant that doesn't progress out of paper, an odd double-role for Asin, jokes overloading on the cheese at times and music that is surprisingly unmemorable.
On the plus side, BB's a dialogue-lover's delight - lines like 'fish and chips without water', Devgn conveying the situation of a 'jal bin machli' - sparkle across the plot and you can feel the love as the actors reprise bits and bobs of vintage Bollywood. On the downside, it exceeds by about 30 minutes and has that odd, uneven heart-chart quality accompanying the film. But that aside, BB showcases Shetty as the maharaja of madness, Devgn clearly his crown prince. And Abhishek? His judwa bhai, of course.
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24 comments:

  1. cool movie

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  2. Mann (New Delhi)July 13, 2012 at 3:24 PM

    Public wants entertainment entertainment entertainment......and this movie is entertaining..:)

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  3. nice film ful masti film AB done awesome and ajay as usual at his best

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  4. blessen (hyderabad )July 13, 2012 at 3:25 PM

    awesome movie worth watching laughed too much to the core very nice one I would rate 5 star Good concept ......

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  5. Davender (canada)July 13, 2012 at 3:25 PM

    A movie with no sense but lot and lot,s of laugh . must see if you have not had a laugh since long- long time. worth to see. Keep it up Mr director , good work. davender

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  6. Prabhash Kumar (sexy look)July 13, 2012 at 3:26 PM

    don't take your mind to theater just laugh to laugh for laugh . . Why to put loads on your mind guys . . Keep laughing :)

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  7. Beautiful movie.Love it. Everyone should see it with their family. Nice, humorous film after a long time.

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  8. Rohit could have done better. Lots of forced comedy especially Ajay Devgan's English and AB's sissy act. Archana Puran Singh overacted a bit.

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  9. We go to movie to laugh. And many will agree its not easy to make someone laugh...jokes are new. Rohit shettys hard work is seen in each seen. like notice the temple looks really old in background. The bus with men flying is a 1 second scene but how many takes would have taken for a 1 second scene with a life time risk. Its gr8 movie - i toh fully enjoyed...u can see couple of times also and still laugh. Its so difficult to keep a straight face and kep delivering funny dialogues...ajay has been so good at that. abhishek....he is good too...i think the fight scene reminds me of zameen movie where both are standing together and bodies flying everywhere !! all in all good show !!

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  10. @sumeet (dubai)
    seriously dude??? u think this movie deserves 5 stars??? except for ajay devgan,krushna and asrani everybody else in the movie was lame ...

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  11. Rajnish (Mumbai)July 13, 2012 at 3:29 PM

    As usual Abhishesk Bachchan should improve more in his acting.

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  12. Rahul (Hyderabad)July 13, 2012 at 3:30 PM

    A typical Rohit movie, go buy a large pop corn and chill. Krishna was surprisingly very good, other are as per the expectation. Asin and Prachi dont have much of the role. Rest the movie is watchable and will certainly help to relax. Note: dont take ur brain while entering the theatre.

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  13. Just loved the movie. I go to a movie to enjoy and get a few laughs. Daily life is already too stressed. This movie (after a long time) gave what I was looking for. Couldn't stop laughing through out the movie. Ajay Devgan's Hinglish and Abishek (doing his twin bro) and trying to incorporate the classic Golmal into the script, all too good. Keep it up....

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  14. Pankaj Kumar pankaj (New Delhi)July 13, 2012 at 3:32 PM

    @Jatan (Canada)
    But heavly influenced by commedy circus.

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  15. a r modak (johannesburg/RSA)July 13, 2012 at 3:32 PM

    more golmaal! THIS MAN SHOULD BE CALLED MR RO----HIT! not since hrishikesh mukherjee made the riotous comedy CHUPKE CHUPKE (or even santoshi's andaz apna apna) has a movie offered so much laughs......... the comic chemistry between abhi and dev is just superb! another member of the crore club, judging by the BO takings!

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  16. M Chinna Rao (Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh)July 13, 2012 at 3:33 PM

    A family entertainment movie, Ajay devgan and Abhishek Bachan combination is rocking. Direction is good. I wish all the best to the Team.

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  17. Abdullah Shaikh (Mumbai)July 13, 2012 at 3:33 PM

    Awesome Dialogues i like the dialogues and Specially Hinglish by Ajay Devgan. A must watch movie what a great performance by Krishna and VIP. Well it is th copy of lod Golmaal but then too people who like Hilarious Movies it should be an entertainment. Go and watch along with your Family no Vulgarity, No Galli, Only Laugh ans than to Sensible Dialogues. A Must Watch Movie.

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  18. nirmalendu (kolkata)July 13, 2012 at 3:34 PM

    BOL BACHCHAN.......... a gutsy effort by Rohit Shetty to direct a declared copy of d old 'Golmaal'... he filled dis old story wit innovative n unpredictable scenes... but he did keep many of d memorable scenes 4m d old 'Golmaal' as well... comedy is all abt dialogue n timing n dis film lives upto dis funda... excellent performance by Abhishek Bachchan ensures dis film to be a HIT...

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  19. Swapnil (Bangalore)July 13, 2012 at 3:34 PM

    Rohit and Ajay are back with what they do best - An entertainer full of Comedy and Action. With Rohit gerne of movies - you are not expected to take your brains into the cinema hall; so if you stick to those basics, you will be in for a laugh riot. Dont look for logic and you would be laughing your lungs out. Ajay rocks with his one liners. He has been in top form for 2-3 years now. Abhishek again gets to showcase his comic timing and he lives upto the bill. Krishna gets a meatier role than Asin and Prachi and grabs it with both his hands. VIP could have been exploited more. Archana does her part well. Recommendation - Go for it as Rohit starts from where he left Golmaal 3

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  20. Awesome movie, a must watch!! Dont remember laughing so hard and so much because of a movie in a long time.

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  22. Vaibs (Bangalore)July 13, 2012 at 3:36 PM

    Super Bakwaas movie, No way it is near to earlier of rohit's movie.. not sure why few people are liking it.. there is no subtance at all.. you don't even laugh at silly jokes..

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Item Reviewed: Bol Bachchan Watch and Download Free New Hindi Movie Description: Abbas wants a job, Prithvi wants an honest man. But Abbas spins a tale of twin brothers and multiple mothers - what happens when Prithvi discovers his vivid truth and lies? You know those heart-charts they have in hospitals, the ones that trace a person's heartbeat up and down in waves? Bol Bachchan (BB) reminds you often of one of those. Rohit Shetty's latest movie has a constant up-and-down aspect to it, one sequence making you shriek in your seat with laughter, another sending your mind wandering off to the mundane. But at the very heart of things - Shetty's madly in love with the movies and BB is his homage to that all-time classic, Golmaal. In Shetty's version, Abbas Ali (Bachchan) is desperate for work after he and his sister Sania (Asin) lose their parental home. A family friend Shashtri (Asrani) brings them from Delhi-6 to the feudal village of Ranakpur where Prithvijit Raghuvanshi (Devgn) is the lord of all he surveys. Blessed with two obsessions - speaking nothing but the truth and hysteria-inducing English - Prithvi is super-impressed by Abbas, even swallowing his story of being called 'Abhishek Bachchan' when events lead to Abbas breaking open a temple door. As Prithvi insists on employing 'Abhishek', Shastri's son Ravi (Krushna, positively sparkling as he reprises Deven Verma's role in all this golmaal) adds more wheels to Abbas's clattering spin, creating a Muslim twin brother and a super-pious mother to convince Prithvi of Abhishek's propah antecedents. With the mother played by small-time mujra star Zohra Bai (Archana Puran Singh in a loud, colourful role she carries off with the swagger of a satin sharara), and Abbas playing a highly effeminate kathak teacher, hired by Prithvi to teach his petulant sister Radhika (Desai) some dance, things only get funnier. Devgn's at the top of his form here, mouthing lines like 'Hard work is the keyhole to saxophone' and 'Boy in armpit, hyper-noise pollution in city', meaning bagal mein chora, etc., with deadpan face and shining eyes. Bachchan sags at the start but sizzles with later hilarity, even pulling off a crazy dance sequence to Dola Re. You wish there'd been more of his mad antics but instead, the camera spends considerable time lingering lovingly on Devgn's cleavage as he drives a jeep, pulverizes liars and takes on his weasly cousin. In contrast to the male leads, the two heroines look pretty but bring little more than a wardrobe of delectable kurtis to the film. In fact, the stellar supporting stars - Asrani, Krushna, Puran Singh and Neeraj Vora as Prithvi's suspicious sidekick Makhan - bring far more zest to the party. With its hilarious moments and film-buff touches - bits of Singham imagery, Bachchan channeling some of that Yuva aggression his way, references from Deewar to Dostana - BB's fun and games. But it's way too long and diverts you needlessly with that wicked cousin angle, a power plant that doesn't progress out of paper, an odd double-role for Asin, jokes overloading on the cheese at times and music that is surprisingly unmemorable. On the plus side, BB's a dialogue-lover's delight - lines like 'fish and chips without water', Devgn conveying the situation of a 'jal bin machli' - sparkle across the plot and you can feel the love as the actors reprise bits and bobs of vintage Bollywood. On the downside, it exceeds by about 30 minutes and has that odd, uneven heart-chart quality accompanying the film. But that aside, BB showcases Shetty as the maharaja of madness, Devgn clearly his crown prince. And Abhishek? His judwa bhai, of course. Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Ali Hasan
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