comic caper focusing on four unemployed youths; Sam (Tusshar), Pakkya
(Sharman), Maru (Rajpal) and Goti (Kunal), whose friendship is
bound by their childlike notoriety and aimlessness.
four characters end up in more trouble than they bargained for,
with dreams of making it big with minimal effort.
Ritu (Tanushree), a girl from a filthy rich family, comes to their
neighbourhood, all four lads try their best to win her affection.
they soon discover a spine-chilling truth about this lass leading
to confusion and mayhem.
are used to director Priyadarshan's
brand of humour arising from utter confusion and chaos always having
you in splits.
his previous comedies featuring veteran actors like Akshay Kumar
and Paresh Rawal at the helm, Priyadarshan gives youngsters like
Tusshar, Sharman, Kunal and Rajpal a chance to showcase their comedic
four lads demonstrate brilliant camaraderie throughout by complimenting
each other in every on- screen situation.
the cast, Rajpal Yadav comes up trumps with his slapstick kind of
humour and excellent comic timing - a true genius comparable to
is closely followed by Tusshar and Sharman whose brilliant sense
of humour will bring the house down.
Khemu is a revelation to watch in a comic role showing a sharp contrast
from his serious character in films like Traffic Signal and
the whole, Dhol is an average entertainer but with enough
funny moments to tickle your funny bone.
by Manish Gajjar