Three guys lying on top of each other in a position that would make you think that they are about to â€˜ding dongâ€™.Or imagine this.A guy falling through the air lands on his crotch on a pointed rock.Ouch!! Thatâ€™s the kind of humour Golmaal Returns offers. Itâ€™s a film that suspends reason and wit for juvenile humour.It has plenty of gags stitched one after the other in its threadbare script, but many of these gags are utterly lame.
Cast: Kareena Kapoor, Ajay Devgan, Tusshar Kapoor, Arshad Warsi, Celina Jaitley,
The film hardly has a story to write about.Gopal ( Ajay Devgan ) has an over-suspicious wife Ekta ( Kareena Kapoor ) whoâ€™s hooked to the Balaji teleserials. One night when Gopal is unable to reach home after saving a girl ( Celina Jaitley ) from a bunch of goons, Ekta demands an explanation.Knowing his wifeâ€™s suspicious nature, Gopal tells her a lie that he was with his friend named Anthony Gonsalves.But Ekta is adamant.She writes to Anthony and asks to meet him to cross-check if Gopal is telling the truth.
To hide his lie, Gopal makes his junior Laxman ( Shreyas Talpade ) pretend as Anthony.Gopal also takes Ektaâ€™s mute brother Lucky ( Tusshar Kapoor ) into confidence.Together the trio of Gopal, Lucky and Laxman fool Ekta into believing in Gopalâ€™s lie.But their bluff is called when the real Anthony Gonsalves shows up.To make things worse, enters inspector Madhav ( Arshad Warsi ) who is investigating a murder that happened on the night Gopal stayed out of his home. Now, Madhav is a cop who loves Gopalâ€™s sister Esha ( Amrita Arora ), but he canâ€™t stand the sight of Gopal.
As Gopal invents one lie after another, the story goes through a series of crazy and silly situations before culminating in an over-the-top climax.