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Coolie Raju imitates the wealthy prince to get the love of his life. But all hell is broken when his true identity is revealed. When the picture of Sarah (Sara Ali Khan) came up in the lap of Raju (Varun Dhawan), it was love at first sight. Coolie by profession, Raju wants to make Sara his wife by hook or by crook. This is exactly what Joy Kishen (Javed Jaffery) Sarah’s business father Jeffrey Rosario (Paresh Rawal) has to do with the revenge plan, who insulted Kishen to bring about a relationship that did not have his own social status. And thus, in the role of the prince of Singapore to seduce Raju and his family. Director David Dhawan and screenwriter Rumi Jaffrey didn’t change the script in this remake of their 1995 blockbuster with the same name, but this 2020 edition is all over.
The scale is big but the final product is certainly not good. Varun Dhawan is not only slipping into Govinda’s shoes but also spreading his path to glory, imitating almost every iconic actor of our time. From Amitabh Bachchan, Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan and Nana Patekar to finally Mithun – Varun’s only brief statement, seems to be not at all intelligent about his acting, being at the top, and making fun of what should be done. For some strange reason though, her skin tone tends to change. Sara Ali Khan looks all glamorous up and eye-catching, but it can’t take the need to work harder with her comic timing. Not that he has a lot of opportunities in this all-male show. Thankfully, we have some sustainable tricks here to save the day. And at the top of them is Johnny Lever. The guy laughs at you, no matter what he does on screen. As a chattering police officer, Lever is in top form and, surprisingly, the only voice of reason here.
He is the only one, who can say that Raj and Raju are actually the same people Duh! This fake double roll business seemed like an expansion even in the nineties, but David Dhawan and his team simply rolled with it, probably thinking that sanitized shots of cities, a seemingly rich color palette, and some designer tricks would continue the strategy. Well, it doesn’t do it enough for us. We have Paresh Rawal (playing a Catholic businessman) when he is happy and when he says, “Heavens in the dock” when he is confronted with an idea. The actor’s innate ability to entertain such ridiculous parts.
Javed Jaffrey and Rajpal Yadav are also good additions for some innocent fun, but we hope we have more of these real comedians. Witness Talsania and Sahil Vaid’s romance track is forced. They all face Farhad Samji’s usually silly lines that are incredibly teenage and sometimes puppy-worthy, depending on who delivers them.
The music of the film is catchy and the songs are well shot with all the shenanigans of a great Bollywood potboiler to take place. It takes a good look, but the song ‘Mirchi Lagi’ deserves a better remake, oh, and that’s true for the film as well. So the only way to be entertained with this insanity is to acknowledge how loud and meaningless it is without comparing it to the original.