Sunday, 13 January 2013

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In the town of Goa Pritam meets his love Geeta after many years and they come to they are still unmarried and all their kids are orphans so Dabbu decides to have a marriage for them but will their kids live as one family?After selling fake examination papers to students, Madhav, Laxman and Lucky re-locate to Goa, and not only get into verbal & physical confrontations with Gopal and Laxman, but also ruin their jet-ski and fire-works businesses. Feeling threatened, they inform their bus-driver father, Pritam, who goes to confront Gopal and Laxman, and finds out that their mother, Geeta P. Chopra, is his long-lost love. Gopal's girlfriend, Daboo, overhears their conversation, and gets them dramatically married - just in time as Pritam is heavily in debt and is about to be evicted by goons led by Raghav. Chaos and violent confrontations will become the order when he takes his children to live with Geeta, and the newly married couple may conclude that divorce may be the only solution to end their respective children's disputes. Written by rAjOo (  I am not against mindless entertainers (I love One Two Three), and I was able to enjoy some moments in the previous two editions, but this movie is a complete waste of time. None of the scenes are funny and there is just no coherence, all the characters are shouting at all times and going overboard. I got a bad headache after watching it, I am glad that I didn't have to pay to watch it. Clearly worst movies of the year doesn't even deserve a 1 star. There is hardly any plot and the incessant shouting and fighting and impromptu song sequences do not help in any way.

My sincerest request to the director, please don't make a Golmaal 4 and please stop abusing the name of Hrishikesh Mukherjee's Golmaal!

Directed by Rohit Shetty
Produced by Dhillin Mehta
Written by Sajid - Farhad (dialogues)
Screenplay by Yunus Sajawal
Starring Ajay Devgn
Kareena Kapoor
Mithun Chakraborty
Arshad Warsi
Tusshar Kapoor
Shreyas Talpade
Kunal Khemu
Music by Pritam
Cinematography Dudley
Editing by Steven H. Bernard
Distributed by Shree Ashtavinayak Cine Vision Ltd
Release date(s)
5 November 2010
Running time 155 minutes[1]
Country India
Language Hindi
Budget 30 crore (US$5.46 million)[2]
Box office 167 crore (US$30.39 million)

Vasooli (Mukesh Tiwari), who has paid for the Jet ski business, asks Gopal for his money. Daboo fools Vasooli into calling and abusing the police who arrest Vasooli. That night, in the casino Lucky, while playing pool, by mistake strikes the ball on Daboo. Lucky tries to apologise, but gets misunderstood, and both groups get involved in a verbal fight. Madhav and his brothers also open a water sporting business on Pappi's loan. Pappi becomes the first customer but Gopal and his partners tamper with the jet by placing glue on the handle bars. Unable to control the jet, Pappi crashes into the jets from both the groups destroying both the water sports businesses
 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.[2] The film's opening collections on the first day reached  8.32 crore[17] and opening weekend net collections stood at  33.5 crore.[18] Opening week gross collections were around  62.25 crore in India and  10 crore overseas.[19]
The film had a strong second weekend in theatres, grossing  19 crore.[20] During its second and third week at the Indian box office, the film grossed  31.75 crore[21] and  9 crore respectively, therefore increasing the film's total to  103.50 crore.[22] Meanwhile, the film earned $1,132,192 in United States and Canada, £638,496 in UK and $352,063 in Australia.[23] Golmaal 3 was elevated to
Foto Hot Kareena Kapoor
 Foto Hot Kareena Kapoor
 Foto Hot Kareena Kapoor
 Foto Hot Kareena Kapoor
 Foto Hot Kareena Kapoor
 Foto Hot Kareena Kapoor
 Foto Hot Kareena Kapoor
 Foto Hot Kareena Kapoor
Foto Hot Kareena Kapoor
Foto Hot Kareena Kapoor

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