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Kamaal Dhamaal Malamaal Complete Movie Review

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Movie Name :  
Kamaal Dhamaal Malamaal
Movie Cast :  
Nana Patekar, Shreyas Talpade, Paresh Rawal, Rajpal Yadav, Om Puri, Asrani, Shakti Kapoor, Anjana Sukhani
Movie Director :  
Music Director :  
Sajid, Wajid
Rating :  
3 / 5

Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal PadiJohnny Belinda (Shreyas Talpade), based on every guy, lady and child within the village, is really a wimp. He will get frightened of everything and everybody. Not only that, he is a great for nothing soul who not help his ailing father David (Om Puri) and buys lottery tickets day-in-and-day-out wishing for any miracle which can make him a uniform. Johnny is deeply in love with Maria (Madhhurima), who is actually the daughter of David's sworn enemy Peter (Paresh Rawal). Johnny will get bashed up by every Tom, Dick and Harry within the village which is because of this continuous humiliation that he's exposed that makes him the nickname 'Bakri'. Enter Nana Patekar (a unnamed crook), who will get convinced by Johnny being his lengthy-lost brother Mike. The recently-switched Mike wreaks havoc all around the town, getting much-needed relief towards the embattled Johnny. Things are fine, before the real reason from the fake Sam's arrival around is revealed!

Even though the performances place in through the cast, composed of Shreyas, Paresh, Om, Nana, are very good, put these together in a single sequence and you'll understand that the adage 'too many cooks spoil the broth' is really true. The supporting cast, composed of Asrani and Neeraj Vora, lend some existence in to the film.

Priyadarshan's films are recognized to function as the 'theatre from the absurd' but sadly, the absurdity does not stimulate a guffaw any longer. His comedy-of-errors type of humour should have labored greatly well within the 2000s, but it's not only doing the secret any longer. Neeraj Vora's dialogues are funny, from time to time, but overall, the writing is extremely disappointing.

Performances are fine, dialogue is well-written, and however the writing and direction just goes haywire. Kamaal Dhamaal Malamaal is virtually Halaal! You may laugh in a gag or two, but simply insufficient steam to take for just two and half hrs!

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