Four good for nothing men (Sharman Joshi , Rajpal Yadav, Kunal Khemu and Tusshar Kapoor) realize that the only way to get rich is to marry an “Amir Ghar Ki Ladki”. When the rich Om Puri along with his grand-daughter ( Tanushree Dutta) land at a neighbouring bungalow, the four men try their best to make Tanushree fall in love with them. And also try to make the audience laugh.
Cast: Sharman Joshi , Rajpal Yadav, Kunal Khemu and Tusshar Kapoor
Priyadarshan is known for classic comedies like Hera Pheri, Hulchul and Hungama. Audience expects laughter in abundance from a Priyan movie. So does Priyadarshan succeed in tickling your funny bone in Dhol?
Dhol bears Priyadarshan’s stamp all over it, the south Indian director is in form this time around. The first half is filled with humor, except for the first 20 minutes which disappoints to a certain extent. The plot gets serious in the second half. But fortunately Priyadarshan ensures the humor is not lost throughout. It’s mad; it’s funny but could have been a lot better.