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On Daboo's birthday, the family decides to go for a movie, but Gopal refuses. At the cinema, the goon who loaned Madhav gets into a fight with them. Geeta gets injured and Gopal arrives to save his mother. Back at home, Gopal is furious at Pritam and Madhav about the loans. That night, Lucky overhears the fact that they are orphans. He unites everybody and tells them that they are all orphans. Daboo comes and confirms the news. They are all now united, and the next morning the newlywed couple is surprised to see their families together. The united family opens a toy store with loans from Vasooli and Pappi. Pappi tries to recognise Pritam at the inauguration. When they all dance and celebrate, Pappi remembers and accuses Pritam of having the stolen necklace. Everybody thinks that Pritam is the necklace thief. Following a long chase and a hostage situation at their home, Pappi informs everybody that he himself had stolen the necklace and hid it in Pritam's suitcase. Daboo then tricks him into calling the police and he and his goons are arrested. The movie ends with Pritam and Geeta going on their first honeymoon.
Ajay Devgn as Gopal
Kareena Kapoor as Daboo
Mithun Chakraborty as Pritam
Arshad Warsi as Madhav
Tusshar Kapoor as Lucky
Shreyas Talpade as Laxman 1
Kunal Khemu as Laxman 2
Ratna Pathak Shah as Geeta
Johny Lever as Pappi Bhai
Sanjai Mishra as Daga
Vrajesh Hirjee as Teja
Ashwini Kalsekar as Chintu
Murali Sharma as Inspector Daande
Mukesh Tiwari as Vasooli
Vijay Patkar as Kandhaari
Prem Chopra as Geeta's father (cameo)
Viju Khote as Shambu Kaka
Rahim Ranjan as Rahim
Bismita Mohapatra as Sweety
The film received mixed to negative reviews from critics. On the review-aggregation website Mirchiplex.com, the film scored 2/5 based on 12 reviews. Mayank Shekhar of Hindustan Times rated it 1.5/5 and noted that "the filmmakers have six main actors to juggle with, and as many side comedians to lend parts to. Never mind the narrative, they would be happy with as any corny antics and dialogues with whoever was available." Raja Sen of Rediff.com gave a similar rating explaining that "[he] was not looking for sensitivity or smarts in Golmaal 3 [but for]...a few good jokes. [However], the film does not oblige." On the other hand critic Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama rated it 4/5, concluding that "Golmaal 3 is an ideal fun ride with thrice the enjoyment and gratification, thrice the magic and thrice the hilarity." The Times of India explained that "[although] the comic acts get repetitive...there is a laugh riot waiting for you at the multiplex this weekend." Vinayak Chakravorty of Mail Today gave it 3 stars out of 5.
The Indian Stammering Association (TISA) Criticism
The Indian Stammering Association, based in Dehradun, started an online petition to the censor board against the comical depiction of stuttering, severely disabling disorder that affects millions of children and many adults.
In October 2010 TISA filed a public interest writ petition against the director and producers of the film Golmaal 3 and the censor board of India at Uttarakhand High Court. It objected to the film's portrayal of stammerers as objects of ridicule, on the grounds that this promoted discrimination and the teasing and bullying of people who stammer. The film-makers and Censor Board have to respond to the court notice by 14 December 2010. After that the court will hear this case.
Golmaal 3 released in India and internationally on 5 November 2010 to coincide with the Diwali weekend, usually considered a profitable time of the year. The film's opening collections on the first day reached 8.32 crore and opening weekend net collections stood at 33.5 crore. Opening week gross collections were around 62.25 crore in India and 10 crore overseas.
The film had a strong second weekend in theatres, grossing 19 crore. During its second and third week at the Indian box office, the film grossed 31.75 crore and 9 crore respectively, therefore increasing the film's total to 103.50 crore. Meanwhile, the film earned $1,132,192 in United States and Canada, £638,496 in UK and $352,063 in Australia. Golmaal 3 was elevated to Blockbuster verdict and is currently the second highest-grossing Bollywood film of 2010.
Awards and nominations
2011 Filmfare Awards
Filmfare Award for Best Scene of the Year - Golmaal 3
2011 Star Screen Awards
Star Screen Award for Best Performer – Ajay Devgn
6th Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Awards
Apsara Award for Best Actress – Kareena Kapoor
Apsara Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role – Ratna Pathak Shah
2011 Zee Cine Awards
Best Actress – Kareena Kapoor
Best Music Director – Pritam
Best Supporting Actor – Mithun Chakraborty
Best Supporting Actress – Ratna Pathak Shah
Best Comedian – Shreyas Talpade and Johnny Lever and Tusshar Kapoor
The film's music was composed by Pritam while the lyrics are penned by Kumaar. The music was released on 8 October 2010.
No. Title Lyrics Singer(s) Length
1. "Ale" Kumaar Neeraj Shridhar, Antara Mitra 4:41
2. "Apna Har Din" Kumaar Shaan, Anushka Manchanda 4:27
3. "Desi Kali" Kumaar Neeraj Shridhar, Sunidhi Chauhan 4:06
4. "Disco Dancer" Kumaar Bappi Lahiri 4:56
5. "Golmaal" Kumaar KK, Anushka Manchanda, Monali Thakur 4:04
6. "Yaad Aa Raha Hai" Kumaar Sudesh Bhonsle 4:27
7. "Apna Har Din – Remix" Kumaar Shaan, Anushka Manchanda 3:57
8. "Desi Kali – Remix" Kumaar Neeraj Shridhar, Sunidhi Chauhan 4:01
9. "Golmaal – Remix" Kumaar KK, Anushka Manchanda, Monali Thakur 4:25
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