Director: David Dhawan
Okay, David Dhawan's comedies are meant to be insane. His brand of senselessness, carried out with the loopy, casual abandon of Govinda, has made for some amusing entertainment. However, Ek Aur Ek Gyarah, Dhawan's new joint venture with Govinda, and with Subhash Ghai as the producer, certainly doesn't have that effortless sense of fun. It only adds up to sheer drivel and boredom.
The Govinda-Sanjay Dutt jodi returns to play Taraji and Sitaraji, two Punjabi-speaking crooks (a reprisal of Satish Kaushik-Pankaj Kapur's Neetu-Nonie act on the small screen) who unknowingly mess around with bigger crooks, Cobra (Vidyarthi) and Panther (Grover) who play the quintessential desh aur insaniyat ke dushman. Our loveable rogues are eventually reformed and rehabilitated after they wipe out the...