(Govinda) and Sitara (Sanjay Dutt) are two small time crooks.
get entangled with an underworld don, Cobra (Ashish Vidyarthi) during
one of their police chases.
crooks manage to escape but Cobra gets arrested. He swears revenge.
up of being on the run, Tara and Sitara decide to escape to neighbouring
Nepal in order to live a peaceful life.
to cross the India-Nepal border, they must first get pass the Border
Security Force managed by Major Ram Singh (Jackie Schroff).
giving a sob story, they find their way into the Major’s house and
straight into the hearts of his two girls, Pinki (Nandini Singh)
and Priti (Amrita Arora).
Cobra gets wind of Tara and Sitara's whereabouts, he decides to
use them as bait in order to free his brother, Panther (Gulshan
Grover) from Major’s custody.
he kidnaps Tara and Sitara’s mother (Himani Shivpuri).
reaches Ram Singh's house under the pretence of a relative and blackmails
the crooks into getting Panther out.
happens next? Watch Ek Aur Ek Gyara because by hook or by crook,
both these small time crooks will make this film equal to eleven!
Dhawan has once again repeated the comic duo, Govinda and Sanjay
Dutt whom we have seen in Haseena Maan Jayegi and Jodi
his earlier releases, David has learnt from his mistakes. He
has managed to cover the loopholes which would otherwise bring the
is further elevated by the excellent comic timing of Govinda who
makes each of his co-stars fall in line.
delivers the wit and humour with sheer brilliance thus affirming
his position as Bollywood’s leading comedienne.
is well supported by Sanjay Dutt who gives as good as he gets in
the comic scenes.
chemistry between him and Govinda is electrifying. And
that’s the main reason for using this pair again.
Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy have done a good job. The title song, Beimaan
Mohabbat, Jogiya and O Dushmana are all great
foot tapping numbers.
is well worth noting that with this film, David Dhawan has teamed
up with producer Subhash Ghai.
Bollywood director who once gave us hits like Hero, Pardes
and Taal, is now venturing into film planning.
his approval, the film plan is passed over to a selected director
who then executes the film.
last experiment, Rahul, failed at the box office but with
Ek Aur Ek Gyarah, he will definitely receive fruit of his
the whole, Ek Aur Ek Gyara is worth seeing for its hilarious moments,
excellent dialogues and Govinda's comic performance.
by Manish Gajjar, BBC Shropshire’s Mr Bollywood.