One gets the feeling that Golmaal Again will be a blockbuster unless Rohit Shetty, the writer, comes out with a weak story, feels Syed Firdaus Ashraf.
Ten years is a long time to carry on a sequel, for any film director.
Unless, of course, you are Rohit Shetty.
In that case, you will not only make consecutive hits but also make its sequels a superhit!
The third instalment of Golmaal released in 2010, and one wonders why Shetty waited for seven years to make the fourth part.
The answer is right up there in the trailer.
The story of Golmaal Again, it says, has been written by Rohit Shetty himself.
While Golmaal had been written by Neeraj Vora, Golmaal 2 was by Rumi Jaffery and Golmaal 3 was written by Yunus Sajawal.
Shetty does not dissociate himself from his writers -- the screenplay of Golmaal Again has been written by Yunus Sajawal, and dialogue by his favourite writers Sajid-Farhad, who were part of Golmaal 2 and 3.
The original team of actors -- Ajay Devgn, Arshad Warsi, Shreyas Talpade, Kunal Khemmu, Tusshar Kapoor and Sanjay Mishra -- have now been joined by Tabu, Parineeti Chopra, Neil Nitin Mukesh and Prakash Raj. The actors continue with their hilarity.
Devgn, Warsi, Kapoor and Talpade are a class apart in the trailer, and their comic timing is fantastic.
One gets the feeling that Golmaal Again will be a blockbuster unless Rohit Shetty, the writer, comes out with a weak story.