Bol Bachchan (2012) *HQ*

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A young man Abbas Ali (Abhishek Bachchan) and his sister Sania (Asin) migrate from Delhi to Ranakpur when they lose their ancestral property to greedy relatives.In Ranakpur, with the aid of a family friend Ravi Shastri (Krushna Abhisheik), Abbas is forced to change his identity and impersonate as a Hindu named ‘Abhishek Bachchan’ to avoid communal tension when he breaks into a locked temple to rescue a drowning boy.

Impressed with his valour, Prithvi Raghuvanshi (Ajay Devgn), a stickler for honesty and truth, hires him on as a supervisor of his estate. However, things get out of hand when ‘Abhishek’ has to keep on lying to save himself from being discovered as Abbas Ali. Meanwhile, Abbas also falls in love with Raghuvanshi’s feisty sister Radhika (Prachi Desai) whereas the ‘pehelwan’ Prithvi is himself smitten with Abbas’s sister Sania. Thrown in the mix is a danseuse Zohra (Archana Puran Singh), who has to impersonate as the mother of ‘Abhishek’ and Prithvi’s right hand man Makhan (Neeraj Vora), who is suspicious of ‘Abhishek’ and his last minute invention of family member.

Shetty favourite Ajay Devgn is in top form as the short tempered pehelwan with a penchant for translating Hindi proverbs in broken English, with hilarious results. What works for Devgn is his deadpan comedy and his bouts of anger, which had made us laugh in the Golmaal series too. Abhishek Bachchan is quite passable as Abbas Ali but it is when he pretends to be the pansy twin that he makes us guffaw in delight. Bachchan Jr, who has not tried an out and out comedy film in a long time, sure shows promise in Bol Bachchan.

Unfortunately, Prachi Desai and Asin do not get to do much. Having said that, special mention should be made of Krushna Abhisheik, an actor who has made us laugh on the small screen with his comic timing. Krushna, a relative of the inimitable Govinda, brings the same magic to the big screen with his debut film and is an absolute delight to watch, whether he is bickering with his father Asrani or coming up with fresh lies at the last minute to save Abhishek’s skin. Archana Puran Singh, Asrani and Neeraj Vora too perform their parts well enough

Director Rohit Shetty has claimed time and again that Bol Bachchan is loosely inspired from Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s laugh riot Gol Maal and Shetty is gracious enough to doff his hat to the cult classic in quite a few scenes in the movie. Like all Rohit Shetty films, Bol Bachchan has its share of wacky humour, crazy characters, action scenes that defy the laws of physics and of course, cars that fly across the screen and perform somersaults in slow motion. Though the film starts with some melodrama about ancestral property and greedy relatives, things start getting funny when Devgn and Krushna Abhisheik enter the frame.

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